Don’t you wish you could keep the family entertained on a long road trip, or even a short one? Mobile Video is the perfect solution to a stress free and more enjoyable drive by keeping your passengers entertained and relaxed. Turning your car into an entertainment center on wheels is simple and there are several options to fit your price point.
Options for a Back Seat Entertainment System
There are several options to consider when purchasing a back seat entertainment system. The most popular way is getting a headrest video monitor installed. Headrest monitors allow you to view DVDs and, depending on the model, some also seamlessly support smartphone integration, USB, and SD cards. By replacing your factory headrest with one that matches the interior of your vehicle and includes a built in video monitor, you get two monitors that have the ability to play two different things at the same time. So no more loud, kicking and screaming, and fighting over what to watch! The simplest and most popular way is by getting a headrest video monitor installed.
Another popular option is the overhead video monitor which is a larger, single monitor installed into the ceiling of the vehicle. This option is perfect for playing multiplayer video games (that’s right, video games!), or for passengers who enjoy watching the same program together.
How does the Sound Work?
Both the overhead and headrest video monitors can play sound through wireless and wired headphones so that everyone can happily listen to what they want without bothering other passengers.
Simple Tablet Integration
Have a tablet or Ipad? A simple solution is to use a headrest mounting system that attaches easily to the back of the passenger or driver’s side seats. Change the tilt for the best viewing angle then safely and easily remove it at the end of your trip.
Keeping your back seat passengers entertained means a happier driving experience for everyone in the car. And if kids are involved, whether or not they are occupied and distracted (so that you’re not!) can be the difference between a good trip or a very, very, bad one.