Car DVD Player

Cutting edge technology has made it hard for customers to keep up with the newest and latest car stereo systems. Most of our cars now come equipped with sound systems that rival our home audio systems. Not only do our cars have great audio systems, American drivers are catching on to the “gotta have it now” car DVD player craze.

The car DVD player usually comes with LCD screens for crystal clear video viewing. The screens are usually positioned on the back of the headrest in some cars or just behind the mirror in other cars. A car DVD player is a great feature to have in your vehicle since it will not only keep your kids quiet and entertained on long trips, but these devices usually come equipped to play CD’s and mp3’s too. Another great thing about a DVD player for you car is that many of them come with a navigation function. That means that it has a GPS receiver. You can get directions on your LCD screen by viewing a map and you can see exactly where you are when you are traveling.

With all of these great feature options, drivers today are not hesitating on purchasing a good car DVD player and having it installed if it does not already have one. After market DVD players can be purchased and installed in your car where ever you want it to be.

If you are in the market for a car DVD player, take all factors into consideration before making your purchase. So, what should you take into consideration and look for in a car DVD player? For starters, you should know that most will not come with speakers and you will need to purchase them as a separate component. You may also need a TV tuner and an antenna, as well as electrical wires and brackets. When talking to the sales person, be sure to ask about all the other components that you need to buy too. When making your car DVD player purchase online, be sure to read all descriptions and details so you will know what else you need to buy for it to work.

Next, you will also want to make sure that the USB port will be compatible with your USB device so you can listen to the music you already have on your flash drive. You will also need to make sure that the car DVD player will support the major DVD formats. Take into consideration that not all DVD players will do that.

Here’s a special consideration. Does it have an LCD touch screen? The last thing you want to do while driving is to try to change your music or pause your video by any other means than a touch screen. Even a remote is harder to use when you are driving than just touching the screen to change the movie or music on your car DVD player. The touch screen feature is not that much more expensive to have so it is to your best interest to make sure the player has this feature.

Once you start shopping for an aftermarket car DVD player, you may be overwhelmed by all of your choices. If you are not sure about the one you should get, you can start by getting advice from your friends who have already bought one and had it installed. Ask them if they would recommend their particular brand or if there is anything they do not like about it. If you can not find a particular brand for your certain make of car, check out the universal car DVD players that are on the market too.

This Car DVD Player Review is Written/Updated on Apr 25th, 2009 and filed under Consumer Electronics. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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