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How do you hook up a car DVD player?

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2012-04-06 15:48:06
2012-04-06 15:48:06

Depending on the vehicle if it has a LCD or Navigation you can use a NAV-TV Video interface to add a DVD player to the car- in some instances the vehicle comes equipped with a factory DVD, you can use the DVD Bypass from NAV-TV to have Video in Motion.

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