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IN DASH SYSTEMS

DVD receivers — car stereos that play DVDs — are great for families with kids. You can connect a rear monitor, throw on their favorite DVD, and enjoy near silence from the back of the car as you drive to your destination. But since you can't watch movies up front unless you're parked, what good is a DVD receiver in a car that isn't full of impatient children?

Simple. DVD receivers have wonderful screens, are loaded with features, and inject a sense of "cool" into your vehicle. Think of a DVD receiver as sort of a "command center" for entertainment in your vehicle — even when you're not playing a movie.

Nice big display

DVD receivers come in a couple of flavors: double-sized to fit a larger dash opening, or single-sized to fit a vehicle's standard opening. The single-sized models usually have a motorized screen that slides out when you turn it on.

When you're not playing movies, the large screen acts as your receiver's display — and it's a whole lot easier to read than the 2- or 3-line displays of typical car receivers. You'll enjoy being able to read more information about what you're listening to. Bigger icons, split-screen capability, and more screen real estate add up to a satisfying car audio experience. You'll be able to keep your eyes on the road a whole lot better if you're not squinting at your display, or waiting for the info to scroll by.

Most DVD receivers offer touchscreen controls. You can just tap the screen to access menus, change sources, or tweak the sound.

 

OVERHEAD MOBILE DVD SYSTEMS

Imagine this: it's summer vacation time. You've got the family packed into the minivan and you've been on the road for hours. It's hot, even with the air conditioning on. But not once have the kids in the back complained, asking if you're there yet. In fact, you've been enjoying the radio, and haven't heard a peep out of them, except maybe the occasional fit of the giggles. How is this possible? You have the power of mobile video on your side.

Mobile video has really taken off as a fun, viable, and even necessary addition to in-car entertainment. Several new SUV and minivan models feature mobile video components as factory options, and a growing number of people have decided to retro-fit their vehicles with video entertainment systems.

 

HEADSET DVD

To the average consumer, putting together a mobile video system for your rear seat passengers can be a little intimidating. It can be confusing to figure out how various products work together — does Brand A's monitor work with Brand C's wireless headphones? — and even more confusing to determine how it will all fit together in your vehicle. How much should you spend on a backseat video system? What exactly do you need? And once you've got the stuff, how do you install it in your car?

Why replace your headrests?
The idea is simple — instead of tearing up the original headrest to install a monitor, just replace it with an exact duplicate headrest that contains a 7" video screen.

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