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2009-10-06 23:27:58
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Only the most expensive car dvd players have a build in tv tuner.


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A car player means that the player is built into the car. A portable DVD player can only be played in the car by connecting a DV-power cable to the car battery.

Built-In car dvd player updates very quickly, so some well-known companies will not produce the Built-In car dvd player, because their products a year and even longer to do the test. Most of the built-in DVD player are OEM brands, as in-dash car dv player,the Brand is OEM, all prices are cheaper than other brands

Fist you need to install a car DVD player in your car. Then insert a DVD in to the car DVD player.

Panasonic make DVD players with video games.

audio and Video is the basic function of the car dvd player,Check the car dvd player setup options

Yes, you can use an in car DVD player outside of a car.

There are many brands of car dvd player. The best depends on requirements you have on the car dvd player. Just take the quality and price into consideration.

It is legal to install a car DVD player in the dashboard, but you have to wire the system in a way that shut of the DVD when the car is in motion.

Hennessey is the tuner that built it, it uses a lotus elise chassis and a twin turbo corvette motor.

All car dvd players have a radio in them.

Some car DVD players do come with a tv tuner. They ofter require a booster TV antenna, but in most cases this is included in the purchase package.

Kenwood makes a great car DVD player that is actually reasonably priced.

There are three main componets: the dvd player, the car video monitor, and the sound system. You need to mount the dvd player to either the dashboard or roof and run several wires from the audio of the dvd player to the speakers of the car.

A portable DVD player can be easily installed in your car. The first thing to do is buy a power supply outlet that can be connected in your car then use this outlet to connect your DVD player. Also a cable can be used to connect the player to the car speakers.

Generally, no. If you've got; - A DVD-Audio compatible media player in your car, - Special DVD-Audio authoring software, Then you could burn an audio DVD and listen to it in a car. However no kind of DVD will work in a regular car CD player.

Most, if not all Dvd players for the car have a remote.

DVD players in cars is so common nowadays that just about every car manufactured includes a DVD player. Almost any mechanic will be willing to install a DVD player into a car.

As long as the DVD player has been fully charged, there's no need for it to be plugged into the car. However, if the DVD player is about to die or has no battery life, you need to plug it into the car so it can work.

They can,but it's not necessary.Since the front passenger and driver can't use the dvd player they will want to hear the stereo.Therefore the dvd player usually uses headphones.

Putting a DVD player in your car will have a mild, but unsubstantial effect on your battery's voltage output.

A person can learn how to put a DVD player in car by following the simple instructions that must be included in the DVD manual. Most of those DVD players made for the car are designed with DIY features.

Perhaps high digital touch screen, PIP function, original 2-ZONE function, built-in DVB-T function, Support iPod iPhone, hand free Bluetooth, Steering Wheel Control and so on.Support 3G & Wi-FiBush has been voted the best budget car DVD player, but many other good DVD players are out there, including the Logik Car DVD player. Many companies supply good DVD players.

Yes a car DVD player can play MP3 file. already we have Car PC now, everything that a PC can do, it also can.

Checking prices from other car DVD player from shoppingkool and dhagte, the market price of BV395OT is expensive.

Yes car DVD player will also play your CD and most Mp3 files.

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