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Is the show open to the public? or for venders only.

Thanks
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Chris, I called CES and asked them this very question. They told me it was open to the general public. I then registered on the CES web site without difficulty. The CES representative I spoke with on the phone told me just to put the name of my law firm as the company name, and to put it in the category of "other." They told me to register my wife in the "spouse" category. I have already received my badges. I have heard several statements to the effect that CES is only open to the industry, and there is at least one company web site that says this (probably as a clever device to get you to sign up through them), but I believe that the confusion might be explained by the fact the CES previously might have not been open to the general public.
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Nice, what does it cost?
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Here's a release from the DTS folks on their booth at CES 2001:

ATTENTION: ALL CES/VSDA ATTENDEES

Don't miss this DTS SPECIAL PURCHASE opportunity!!

*World's First DVD-Audio Titles from DTS Entertainment
*50% off on ALL in-stock 5.1 Music CDs
*Incredible "low" prices on select DVD-Video Titles

Visit the DTS Store at the Alexis Park - Room 2851

*First come, first served... while supplies last.

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DTS (Digital Theatre Systems)
818-706-3525
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Initially, if you registered before December 15, it was free. They just extended this to December 29, so hurry. Otherwise, it's $75 at the door. You can register online at www.cesweb.org.
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Thanks smitty.
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There are some areas that are closed to us common folks. Last year, for example, you had to be invited to see the Toshiba exhibit as it was inside a private room.
For fun, don't miss the special exhibits at the Rivera Hotel.
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Originally posted by kusamba:
There are some areas that are closed to us common folks. Last year, for example, you had to be invited to see the Toshiba exhibit as it was inside a private room.
For fun, don't miss the special exhibits at the Rivera Hotel.

What's special at the Riviera Hotel?
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