There's no denying that every trip, from a quick trip to the local supermarket to cross-country vacation hauls, are much easier and more enjoyable when the kids have access to engaging entertainment options. Backseat video systems allow your kids to watch their favorite movies and cartoons, or in some cases, even play their video game system.
Headrest LCD monitors can be mounted in your front-seat headrests, or, you may replace the headrest entirely with all-in-one units that include pre-installed screens, DVD players or iPod players. There's an array of options available to match your interior like color, grain and stitching.
These systems require no custom modification to your vehicle and can typically be installed within a couple of hours. Don't put yourself through another agonizing trip with the little ones, call Soundworks today to learn more.
Flip Down Systems
There are certainly some inherent advantages to an overhead monitor. Mounting a monitor on the ceiling of your vehicle makes it much easier for all your backseat passengers to see the picture. This type of monitor is also well out of harm's way whenever you're loading or unloading cargo from your vehicle. Some include built-in dome lights, in case you have to mount it over your vehicle's factory dome light. Some are compatible with housings that have been designed for specific vehicles (that let you retain factory ceiling-mounted controls and displays). Some overhead monitor/player combos even feature built-in wireless FM modulators, which beam the audio signal over an unused FM frequency directly to your factory stereo, as well as infrared transmitters, that send the audio signal wirelessly to a set of compatible headphones.
Most systems come with wireless infrared headphones allowing the user to hear crystal clear audio. Meanwhile, mom and dad up front can enjoy the radio or some peace and quiet.
Most systems come with multiple inputs, and much like your TV at home, almost any source can be inputted. That's right... that includes your favorite Game Systems.
Other Source Units
Other technology like Apple TV, iPods, Tablets, and hard-drive devices are also a possibility with most setups.