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IT Pro Portal -- Just because you speak the same language as someone else, it doesn’t mean you pronounce your words in the same way.

There are so many regional variations of English that it can be difficult for a person born and raised in one area of a country to understand the accent of someone born and raised just a few hundred miles away.

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I’ve watched TV shows where people speaking perfectly good English have been subtitled because they have a really strong accent that not everyone can follow.

If people struggle to comprehend other people, you can only imagine the problems machines have with these variations. If you’ve ever spent time repeating the same set of words or commands in a variety of accents in an effort to have a piece of software understand and respond to you, you’ll appreciate what I’m saying.

The problem of not being understood by voice activated technology is particularly problematic in cars. When driving your focus should be on the road rather than trying to get your vehicle to recognise your request to place a call or play a music track.

Thankfully, Ford has a solution in the form of its global voice-activated SYNC Technology which responds to local accents. It can understand accents from Bavarian German to Liverpudlian English in 17 languages. The driver only has to say a few words, and accent will be recognised and remembered (should another driver use the vehicle the system will update a saved file to recognise their voice).

Read the rest here: http://www.itproportal.com/2015/09/26/ford-develops-accent-detecting-voice-recognition-car-tech/

Massive Audio has announced the launch of its new website.

The new platform http://www.massiveaudio.com incorporates a new elegant look that is fast, easy to navigate on PC’s or mobile devices and offers more support and technical information. Videos and access to social media links are a simple “click or touch” to navigate and users will love the ability to upload their ride on Instagram. Find Massive Audio Catalogs, Datasheets, User Guides, Software Updates and other helpful information in the Support section.

“The new look and flow of the site is warmly welcomed and the new platform allows the company to update instantly when new content is available. The launch is not the end of the story," said Jeremy Larsson, operations. "There is a lot of work to make the user experience even better so expect more updates over the next few weeks.”    

Additionally the Company has officially announced the release of their new Bluetooth and Wired Headphone collection. These amazing sounding and incredibly valued priced headphones are built for comfort, function, style and sound quality. Their leather ear pads and adjustable headband ensures a universal comfortable fit. The built-in noise canceling microphone captures your voice perfectly for gaming or talking on the phone. On board buttons allow you to have full control over music, phone, mute and volume. The rechargeable battery has a 30 hour, of constant music, capacity and is easily charged via USB. You can even share your music with friends via the auxiliary IN & OUT jacks. Designed with a glossy white piano finish, stylish logos let Massive or Doctor Who fans sport these headphones in style. The oversized 57mm speakers produce superb sound quality and even include a SUPERBASS button that will deliver hard hitting bass. Keep your phone or iPod in your pocket and relax while these headphones do all the heavy lifting and hitting. All headphones fold for travel and come with a Massive Audio or Doctor Who carrying bag.

Aftermarket mobile electronics manufacturer AAMP introduced American International NDK735MG and Best Kits BKNDK735MG installation dash kits for the 2014 - 2015 Rogue. These new American International and Best Kits dash kits are painted a black metallic gloss and facilitate the installation of one Double DIN radio or a Single ISO radio with pocket.

For a complete installation AAMP offers PAC radio replacement interfaces RP4-NI11, Best Kits wire harness BHA7552 and antenna adapter BAA36,American International NWH704 and antenna adapter NI6.

WhaTech -- The demand for automotive control functions that are accessible directly by the driver is increasing in automobiles, owing to extensive use of sensors and modern automotive control amenities in passenger cars. The major objective of automotive cockpit electronics is to enhance the driving experience, provide convenience, safety and improved controls. Automotive cockpit is used for the human-machine interference (HMI). The controls that are accessible directly from the automotive cockpit includes global positioning system (GPS), transmission, in-car telephone, rear display, CD players, wireless interference, advanced parking support systems, in-car lighting, climate control, Wi-Fi and others.

Explore more or request TOC on Automotive Cockpit Electronics Market at: https://www.psmarketresearch.com/market-analysis/automotive-cockpit-electronics-market

Based on product type, the global automotive cockpit electronics market can be segmented as driving control system, infotainment, driving assistance system, and comfort system. Based on the type of automobile, the global automotive cockpit electronics market can be broadly classified as sedan cars, hatchback cars, sport utility vehicles (SUV), and others.

The automobile manufacturers are facing crucial issues regarding safety requirements, since a long time. As a result, the government regulation towards the passenger safety and environment has become more stringent in the recent years.

Many latest advanced features, such as electronic stability control (ESC), advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS), and Anti-lock braking system (ABS), have boosted the automotive cockpit electronics market in the recent years.

North America accounted for the largest market of automotive cockpit electronics in 2014. The automotive industry in North America continues to be one of the largest industries.

In 2014, the automotive sector in the U.S. reached $500 billion in terms of revenue. 

Read the rest of the story here: https://www.whatech.com/market-research/transport/97276-global-automotive-cockpit-electronics-market-size-share-development-growth-and-demand-forecast-to-2020-just-published

28 Sep

How To Plan For The Next Five Years

Monday, 28 September 2015

Entrepreneur -- Where do you see yourself in five years? Will you be a workaholic on Wall Street, living the simple life in America’s heartland or will you be a successful entrepreneur with a million-dollar business? If you are reading this article, I am guessing your answer is the latter.

While trendy strategies come and go, there is no substitute for classic goal setting. Here are a few tried-and-true tactics to propel your business to success.

Review your goals every day.

Goal setting is like getting on the scale -- you’ll see greater success if you do it every morning. As entrepreneurs, dreaming big is standard practice. The distinguishing factor between the big dreamers and the big doers is that the doers take action.

“Sometimes our biggest life goals seem so overwhelming. We rarely see them as a series of small, achievable tasks,” writes Jack Canfield in his book, The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be.“But in reality, breaking down a large goal into smaller tasks -- and accomplishing them one at a time -- is exactly how any big goal gets achieved.”

Read the rest of the story here: http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/250951

Programmable Web -- At last week's Ford Developer Conference, Ford announced that its new SYNC 3 platform would include an API open to the developer community. API access to the platform will allow developers to build apps that integrate with SYNC 3 enabled vehicles. SYNC 3 enabled vehicles include features such as voice recognition, touch screen, and more.

Ford named the technology that allows app-vehicle communication AppLink. AppLink allows the app developer community to integrate with SYNC 3 enabled vehicles with voice control and allows apps to appear on a vehicle's SYNC screen. Ford first rolled out a developer program in 2013. Since the initial launch, over 90 smartphone compatible apps have been developed for AppLink. The latest release should only increase that number.

Epsilon Electronics has employed a new West Regional Sales Manager, Adrian Stoner. Adrian contains a degree in Business Administration and has been working in the sales and marketing field, in particular the 12-volt industry close to 18 years. He has a wide variety of experience in the consumer electronics sector and has worked with high-profile companies, which include Clarion, DEI, Alpine Electronics, and most recently Kicker.

Adrian Stoner is excited to work with Epsilon and has many goals to attain including "…to review the region, assess customer needs and get feedback on what’s needed to grow our brand with current partners as well as vet out potential new customers.”

Furthermore, he foresees many changes ahead in the company including “We are looking to grow our brand image, grow our sales and of course grow company margins.  This will mean some behavioral changes for the company as well as in our regions.”

AutoMobility has developed an online tool for remote start retailers, enabling them to select make, model, and year of a vehicle in order to let them know the data bus manufacturer’s product compatibility, if an analog remote starter is required, T-harness availability, remote control and telematics compatibility for that specific vehicle.

“There are three manufacturers of automotive data bus kits, it is confusing for installers and sales people to know what is the best solution for a particular vehicle, especially on newer vehicles where many times an analog remote start is not required, this on line tool will take a lot of guessing out of the process and cut down on tech support calls especially during the busiest times of the year,” said Rob Nelson, president of AutoMobility.

AutoMobility is Canada's largest mobile electronics distributor. Headquartered in Montreal, along with offices and warehousing facilities in Toronto and Vancouver, customers benefit from complete national sales support and expedited shipping.

Since 1991, AutoMobility has been servicing mass merchants, consumer electronics and wireless retailers, as well as 12V specialty and new car dealerships. Its mission is to offer the most technologically advanced devices and accessories in vehicle remote start and security, radar detection, mobile video, dash cam, and audio sectors.

Crimestopper has announced that it will be featuring its complete line of products including blind spot detection systems, DVR, mirror monitors, back-up cameras, remote start systems, security systems, as well as the Hydroblast Washer Fluid Heating System during the 2015 SEMA Show, held in Las Vegas, Nev. from Nov. 3-6, 2015 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, booth # N12017.

“Crimestopper is dedicated to providing the motorist with the most advanced remote start and early warning systems available in today’s marketplace,” said Alvin Klement, national sales manager security & safety products. “Additionally, we are pleased to offer our dealers and distributors a wide array of merchandising solutions, lucrative programs, and advanced tools to manage their business with us. I am excited to talk with current and potential customers about these benefits.”

Featured products on display at the 2015 SEMA Show include:

LV-HB55 Hydroblast Washer Fluid Heating System

The Hydroblast unit is designed to enhance the driver’s all-season safety and convenience by increasing overall performance of a vehicle washer system. The unit works with virtually all existing washer/wiper systems. The Hydroblast is connected, in-line, with the existing windshield washer hose at a point between the washer pump and washer nozzles, and then mounted in any direction. This system only requires power and ground connections, so that you do not have to splice into the heating system. It works with the existing washer fluid switch. Once the unit is activated the washer fluid inside its heating chamber will be heated and kept within pre-determined temperature limit of 140 degrees F (60 degrees C), so there is always hot fluid inside the unit’s heating chamber which can be used by a driver for cleaning and de-icing the windshield. MSRP: $199.00

BSD-754 Universal Front and Rear Blind Spot Detection System

The BSD-754 is a blind spot detection system designed for use on most vehicles. The system uses four sensors (two front and two rear) to cover all four corners of the vehicle. When the turn signals are activated, the BSD-754 will activate and if there is a vehicle in any of your blind spots, the sensors will pick up the vehicle and alert the driver with two LED indicators as well as audible tones from a buzzer inside the vehicle. The BSD system works well for all applications such as driving down city streets or highways, parking or making simple turns. MSRP: $229.95

SV-9164 OEM Replacement Style Mirror with 4.3-inch LCD Screen and Built-in Parking Assist

The SV-9164 is a replacement style rear view mirror that will not only give the driver a 4.3-inch monitor to view a backup camera, that is included but also comes with a full rear parking assist system to let the driver know how close they are coming to a potential hazard. The mirror comes included with a 170 degree back-up camera and four ultrasonic sensors that mount in the rear bumper. The mirror's screen will display the camera as well as the sensor distance readings when the vehicle is shifted into reverse. MSRP: $349.95

Crimestopper remote start systems to be featured at the 2015 SEMA Show include:

RS2-G3 2-Way Single-Button Remote Start System

The RS2-G3 is a 2-way remote start and keyless entry system that uses a single button transmitter for operation at a range of up to 2.500 ft. The transmitter’s single button operates the remote start and keyless entry of the vehicle using different button sequences. There are two remotes for the system, the 2-way LED remote which will confirm remote start and keyless entry by lighting up a series of LEDs on the top of the remote, and a 1-way companion remote. MSRP: $199.95

Crimestopper’s full line of remote start and remote start alarm systems are compatible with Fortin and ADS integration modules in full 2-way data mode.

 For more information, visit www.crimestopper.com.

ARMORZ Inc., one of the premier leaders in the mobile accessories industry, has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter in order to introduce its newest product. This campaign has a funding goal of $20,000, which needs to be raised in order to bring “TAP” to market. TAP is an intelligent screen protector that is designed to enhance the iPhone experience while providing nearly indestructible protection.

The idea for TAP started when the engineers at ARMORZ heard the exciting news that a new version of the iPhone was going to be unveiled in October 2015. The new phone is bigger and better, but the bigger size also comes with even more operating problems for users.

The creators at ARMORZ state, “TAP is the world's first intelligent screen protector for the new iPhone 2015. It is geared for one hand use of the iPhone. We use the latest technology to gain better access to the iPhone's critical features. It improves screen sensitivity and allows for more nimble navigation. Get where you're going faster and more conveniently!”

TAP by ARMORZ is scratch and impact resistant, and comes in sizes to fit iPhone 6, 6+, and the yet to be released iPhone. TAP offers two button precision touch navigation, heightened touch sensitivity, and one handed operation of the iPhone in order to provide a user with better efficiency and quicker operation.

One of the best aspects of TAP is that no App or jailbreak are required to access the features, it is a simple “plug and play” operation. TAP is .2mm thick and made of 9H hardness scratch resistant tempered gorilla glass with an oleophobic coating to provide superior fingerprint and smudge resistance.

The team at ARMORZ has been hard at work with all of the essential groundwork for TAP, and they are now ready to bring it to market which is why they have launched their Kickstarter campaign. They have finalized their prototype design, and are ready to launch the full manufacture phase with a projected shipping date of October 2015 for their earliest supporters and November 2015 for the remainder of the early supporters as well as distributors. All supporters of this campaign have the opportunity to pre-order TAP by ARMORZ at a substantial savings off of regular retail price. This screencover can be ordered from a single protector to a multi-pack of ten units. Full details can be found on their Kickstarter campaign page.

DD Audio has officially released the much anticipated Z2b super amp. Years of R&D have went into making the Z2b the most stable, durable, and highest output amplifier in it’s class. This amp is capable of output levels of over 22,000 watts from it’s 37x10.5x3-inch chassis.

With a retail of $4,999 the Z2b comes in at less than $0.25 per watt. From more information on specs and features go to http://ddaudio.com/products/mobile-audio/amplifiers/z2b.

Omega Research and Development Technologies, Inc. is replacing the long term STR-242-LED strobe kit with a more universal STR-F09 strobe kit. This new kit includes 2 White LED strobe lightheads, a controller with multiple pattern options, and a lighthead flange mounting kit.

This system retains all the essential features of the previous model such as rugged LED strobe lightheads and a small, easy to wire controller, and adds more strobe pattern selections and brighter lightheads. The new STR-F09 lighthead can be rear-mounted into most vehicles’ headlight or marker light housing. The included flange kit can alternately be used to secure the lighthead to any interior or exterior panel.

As with the previous kits, you can install multiple STR-F09 kits and tie them all together to create a fully synchronized 4, 6, or 8 light lighthead systems.

Boston Globe -- Waze, the smartphone app that maps out faster routes using traffic information submitted by its users, is now using City of Boston data on crashes to alert drivers to the most dangerous intersections.

As part its campaign to eliminate fatal crashes, the city partnered with Waze to let people know when they are passing through areas with the highest rates of traffic collisions. The app warns motorists to drive cautiously and slowly when approaching the intersections.

Waze announced the partnership on Wednesday as part of a nationwide launch of the new feature. Four other major US cities — New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Washington D.C. — are participating.

Read the rest of the story here: https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2015/09/16/smartphone-app-waze-uses-data-from-city-remind-drivers-dangerous-intersectons/4NDjrVFPfYj5c1GS3begEP/story.html

Detroit News -- Two senators are pressing automakers to answer questions about cybersecurity issues in the wake of the industry’s first ever recalls for hacking risks.

Sens. Ed Markey, D-Mass., and Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., sent expanded questions to 18 automakers asking for an update to the information on each “company’s protections against the threat of cyberattacks or unwarranted invasions of privacy related to the integration of electronic systems into and within automobiles.”

They also want automakers to disclose “any changes to their vehicle fleet or characteristics, policies, practices and experiences that may have occurred since the company first responded to Senator Markey’s original letter” in 2013.

The Alliance of Automobile Manufactuers — the trade group representing Detroit's Big Three automakers, Toyota Motor Corp., Volkswagen AG and others --said the industry is responding.

"Advanced computing and connectivity are critical components of vehicle safety systems, and they are also critical to innovative technologies that provide societal benefits such as reduced traffic congestion and decreased environmental footprints. The auto industry is working to keep pace with the dynamic nature of cyber threats by incorporating security by design, developing internal expertise, and cultivating procedural and operational partnerships with organizations specializing in cyber defense,"Alliance spokesman wade Newton said. "By year's end the industry expects to establish an Auto industry Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) facilitating the exchange of important threat information -- and countermeasures -- in real time."

Read the rest of the story here: http://www.detroitnews.com/story/business/autos/2015/09/16/senators-want-answers-auto-cyberhacking/32497293/

Detroit News -- Two senators are pressing automakers to answer questions about cybersecurity issues in the wake of the industry’s first ever recalls for hacking risks.

Sens. Ed Markey, D-Mass., and Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., sent expanded questions to 18 automakers asking for an update to the information on each “company’s protections against the threat of cyberattacks or unwarranted invasions of privacy related to the integration of electronic systems into and within automobiles.”

They also want automakers to disclose “any changes to their vehicle fleet or characteristics, policies, practices and experiences that may have occurred since the company first responded to Senator Markey’s original letter” in 2013.

The Alliance of Automobile Manufactuers — the trade group representing Detroit's Big Three automakers, Toyota Motor Corp., Volkswagen AG and others --said the industry is responding.

"Advanced computing and connectivity are critical components of vehicle safety systems, and they are also critical to innovative technologies that provide societal benefits such as reduced traffic congestion and decreased environmental footprints. The auto industry is working to keep pace with the dynamic nature of cyber threats by incorporating security by design, developing internal expertise, and cultivating procedural and operational partnerships with organizations specializing in cyber defense,"Alliance spokesman wade Newton said. "By year's end the industry expects to establish an Auto industry Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) facilitating the exchange of important threat information -- and countermeasures -- in real time."

Read the rest of the story here: http://www.detroitnews.com/story/business/autos/2015/09/16/senators-want-answers-auto-cyberhacking/32497293/

DD Audio’s VO-CCX8 coaxial PA driver recently received a makeover that improved its aesthetics while addressing some customers requests. The VO-CCX8 now sports an updated DD Audio logo on the dustcap along with a revised frame and a fresh new rubber frame gasket.

The new frame offers eight mounting holes vs. the previous four-hole version for more secure mounting. The new rubber frame gasket provides better aesthetics while allowing for an improved seal between the frame and the enclosure.

The VO-CCX8 has proven to be useful weapon in the arsenal of any installer wanting to build systems that are capable of getting very loud without compromising sound quality. With a retail of $199, the updated version of these drivers is in stock and available for your next install.

KICKER Performance Audio announces that Q-Class interactive displays featuring KICKER L7 Subwoofers, QS-Series Components and IQ-Series Amplifiers are shipping nationwide, and Authorized Q-Class Dealers are already receiving them. These displays are built to educate and entertain consumers across the country.

KICKER has engineered an experience as entertaining as it is informative – a display not only active, but interactive. KICKER Q-Class amplifiers, subwoofers and separates are included in the towering seven-foot display which boasts 1,500 watts of RMS power. It also features a large LCD screen with interactive videos directly linked to buttons on the board.

Kip Litsey is the Associate Marketing Director of Business-to-Business for KICKER and the primary architect of the interactive displays.

“It’s hard to give an accurate, presentable demo because you don’t always know what source you’re starting with,” Litsey said. “We use an uncompressed ‘.wav’ file, and with no head unit in the system, so you know you’re always getting the same experience every single time. If someone wants to use their own music in the display, we include the (KICKER) IQI™ module (a Bluetooth® accessory to KICKER IQ-Series Amplifiers) to pair a phone or tablet and stream their own music.”

Through market research and retailer feedback, KICKER recognized that salesmen and consumers alike often found themselves a victim of inconsistent displays. Whether it’s from altered audio settings, inconsistent volume levels or a lack of relevant on-hand information, the negative experience seemed as undesirable as it was avoidable.

The display’s system prompts the user to select from several different styles of high-resolution music stored within. The user’s selection and the next available song is then displayed on-screen. While videos are playing, a side window on the LCD screen shows relevant “factoids” about the product being displayed, all in high definition. A button press changes the show completely, allowing the viewer to experience several consumer-friendly training videos.

The display is equipped with an IQ1000.1 Mono Amplifier powering a pair of 12-inch L7 Subwoofers for bass. It also includes an IQ500.4 Four-Channel Amplifier, powering two sets of QS-Series 6-3/4-inch component speakers.

To adjust the sound quality, the display also includes the KICKER IQRC Remote, which comes standard with Q-Class mono amplifiers. The remote allows the user to adjust both amplifier levels and equalizer settings.

When not in active use, the display also acts as a “silent salesman” running Q-Class demo videos non-stop and inviting the customer to press the “Demo” button. The entire production is fully interactive with KICKER TWEEQ software, a standard feature of IQ-Series Amplifiers. It can be accessed via USB or Bluetooth, making for an easy demonstration of the system’s full potential.

Craig McGinnis of Metro Audio Dynamics in Omaha, Neb., was one of the first to receive the selling tool.

“Our sales guys think it’s great,” McGinnis stated. “What they love the most are the actual informational videos on it. Instead of wondering about the difference between the old (Solo-Baric®) L7 and the new Q-Class L7, we just pull up that video and boom – there it is. They watch that video and know why the new one is a way better woofer.

“That display is the statement piece for that section of the store. We’re selling more KICKER than anything else right now. We have it right in the front as you walk in, so customers immediately see this huge blue display. People go over there and start playing with it, so it works perfectly for us.”

The Q-Class display is currently in 100 dealers’ stores nationwide, and is available for order from KICKER Sales Representatives or Regional Coordinators at the factory. A sister display for KICKER’s Marine line is also available.

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® today announced programming updates for the second annual CEA Innovate! conference. This two-day conference is poised to once again bring together innovative minds in the industry to lead engaging panels and sessions.

The event will feature luncheon keynote addresses from Mark Randall, serial entrepreneur and chief strategist, vice president of creativity at Adobe and David Pogue , founding editor-in-chief, Yahoo Tech and host of PBS' NOVA ScienceNow.

Thought leaders from Canary, Digital Trends, CEB Iconoculture Consumer Insights, Dundee Venture Capital, Indiegogo, KeepUp, Phone2Action and TransLink Capital will also take the Innovate! stage to talk all things innovation.

KENWOOD USA announced it is set to ship two new smartphone-compatible multimedia receivers this month. The Excelon DDX6902S (MSRP $850.00) and DDX6702S (MSRP $800.00) expand the family of units equipped with Apple® CarPlay®, the Apple-produced in-vehicle interface for iPhone®. 
While the pair’s predecessors—the Excelon DDX9902S and DDX9702S—are equipped with both Android™ Auto (a smartphone interface made by Google to work with late-model Android-powered smartphones) and Apple CarPlay, the two new units focus solely on the iPhone. Siri®, Apple’s voice-activated and voice-responsive intelligent assistant, is the user’s primary interface to select entertainment options, open apps, reply to text messages and get turn-by-turn directions.
“We are committed to enhancing the connected lifestyle,” said Tony Mercado, marketing manager for KENWOOD. “iPhone users have deeply integrated relationships with their devices, and extending the safe function of those devices in the vehicle is vital. Adding the Excelon DDX6902S and DDX6702S to our current flagship units lets us deliver that fun and functionality to more consumers at lower price points.”
Each multimedia receiver features a high-sensitivity, 6.2-inch screen bordered on the left by a physical knob and menu buttons. In addition to controlling the multimedia unit, the screen connects to an optional back-up camera to automatically show the view behind the vehicle while in reverse gear.
Onboard entertainment options include a full suite of content including digital channels via HD Radio®, CD and DVD, and terrestrial AM and FM. Both units are also SiriusXM-Ready™ and can connect to the optional SXV300 tuner (sold separately) to access hundreds of audio channels (subscription required). With a connected smartphone, the entertainment options increase with built-in control of Pandora® Internet Radio and iHeartRadio®.
Built-in amplifiers enable each unit to power directly connected speakers, making them ideal drop-in replacements for factory radios. For custom applications, the Excelon DDX6902S includes three 5-volt pre-amp outputs and a 7-band equalizer. The Kenwood DDX6702S includes three 4-volt pre-amp outputs and a 5-band EQ. For more details please visit the Kenwood website at  www.kenwood.com/usa.

Alpine Electronics will participate in the 17th annual Sand Sports Super Show, a consumer expo for dune and dirt sports being held at the Orange County Fair and Event Center in Costa Mesa, CA on Sept. 18-20.  Every fall, the Sand Sports Super Show is the highly anticipated gathering place for sand sports enthusiasts and their families to see the latest gear for their off-road adventures.
Alpine will have a 40 x 20 booth showcasing the Alpine Restyle 9-inch dash systems.  Alpine’s Jeep Wrangler and Ford F-150 demo vehicles will be available for consumers to sit in for an in-vehicle experience of the Restyle dash systems and Alpine sound systems.  Consumers will also be able to interact with the 9-inch dash systems for RAM and GM trucks through free-standing kiosks which incorporate actual dashboards from these trucks.
Alpine sales reps along with Alpine retailers Car Audio Depot of Pomona, Audiolab Car Stereo of Laguna Hills, and Audio Toyz of Las Flores will be on hand to give demonstrations of the Restyle dash systems and answer product questions.  
The Alpine booth will be located in space #304 in the FF Zone.  Additional information can be found sandsportsupershow.com

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