Here’s to short and quiet car rides. As you know, rear entertainment systems can make road trips “seem” so much faster. The kids are occupied and you have the the control of the sound in your hands. When you use and FM transmitter and a rear entertainment system in you car, truck or van. You have the a recipe for sanity on those long car rides.
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Inexpensive DIY Rear-Seat Entertaintment Systems
posted by Robert E. Calem
Automakers charge a lot of money for optional rear-seat entertainment systems, with prices ranging up to thousands of dollars. But if you’ll only be entertaining the backseat passengers (kids) once in a while (on long road trips), there are much less expensive alternatives: do-it-yourself systems that you can install only when needed.
Some accommodate those now old-fashioned DVDs you may have collected. Others connect to the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch or other portable devices that store downloaded videos. And nearly all are easy to set up––although, unlike those rear-seat entertainment systems built in at the factory, they will tend to clutter the vehicle’s interior with dangling cables and velcro.
Here are our picks of the newest and easiest to install do-it-yourself rear-seat entertainment systems to consider for your next road trip.
Article Courtesy: Techlicious
The Whole House FM Transmitter 2.0® is your first choice when you want to build your own back seat theater. It allows you to broadcast the music to either an FM radio or to you can use the cars FM radio. It all depends on how you want to hear the sound. In fact…using our FM transmitter, you can save hundreds if not thousands of dollars.
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