There are several ways to watch movies in your car or truck, but car DVD players strike a good balance between affordability and picture quality. While you won’t get an HD viewing experience in a car DVD player, this isn’t always a big deal when you’re working with car multimedia .
Many Automotive LCD Displays are not even capable of displaying HD resolutions, but those that can be connected to a car DVD player with overdrive to provide a great viewing experience.
Checking the settings of the DVD in the car
The five main types of car DVD players are:
- Portable DVD devices A: They are very portable and easy to set up, but they are the least integrated.
- Headrests DVD players : They can be tricky to install, but they make very good use of the available space.
- Roof / Ceiling Mounted DVD Players : They are tilted down from the ceiling, so they are good if you want multiple passengers to be able to watch one big screen.
- DVD Head Units / Multimedia Receivers : this is very convenient, but the screens are small and it will be difficult for passengers to see them.
- Car DVD players with remote control : This option provides more flexibility, but installation can be tricky.
Some of these car DVD players come with built-in LCDs, while others need to be paired with some type of screen or monitor.