In July, Complex’s Tech Editor Damien Scott visited the Sony Electronics booth at the Chicago stop of the DUB Show Tour 2011. The booth showcased the latest in car audio and navigation gadgets, including Sony’s XNV-770BT audio receiver which features an extra-sharp 7-inch touch-screen display, connectivity with iPod, USB, and Bluetooth and GPS navigation powered by TomTom. 

Additionally, Sony showcased their DSX-S300BTX digital media receiver with Bluetooth technology, which provides hands-free phone access and streaming audio ability. An integrated USB Tune Tray features iPod connectivity behind the sleek flip-down faceplate and boasts innovative audio technology, creating the ideal sound experience for any music fan's ride.

The booth also featured Playstation gaming stations, a fully tricked out Dodge Challenger and “Black Beauty,” the custom car featured in the movie Sony Pictures film Green Hornet. The legendary DJ Quik and Kia Shine dropped by the booth for autograph signing sessions after their performances on the main stage.