In recent years, the DVD player has moved from the comfort of your own home to the car. The car DVD player has served many well on those long journeys, where the kids are bored and your flustered partner is increasingly getting redder as she tries to comprehend the map in front of her. Those days of stressful journeys are over, since inventors fitted the DVD player in the car to entertain all the family. Since the original DVD player was fitted, a number of new technologies have vastly improved its performance and usability in the car, as well as its aesthetics.
One of the favourites on this currently advancing market is the EISA awards participant, the JVC KD-AVX77. Its an ideally small system for the dash, which combines the latest of technologies within a small confined space. Its user friendly, as the latest touch screen technology is utilised – meaning you no longer have to fiddle with those temperamental buttons. Picture quality is superb due to the latest LCD TFT technology, which combined with a wide screen, provides you with the experience of Cinemascope viewing. Furthermore, its Ultra Wide Viewing Angle LCD format means no longer is there any glare from any angle Autel maxisys mselite.
This unique little number also has the excellent advantage of owning a split screen mode, making those arguments over which programme to watch part of the distant past. Moreover, split screens usefully allow for dual tasking, so that you can control the DVD system and the car stereos control panel at the same time. The inbuilt proximity sensor is another excellent feature that acknowledges your presence, by lighting up the screen, when in range. Furthermore, Dual Zone technology enables you to relax and listen to your music in the front, whilst the kids watch their favourite film in the back – making the entire family happy!
The JVC KD-AVX77 accepts all formats, from films to MP3 and can be used with i-pods, i-phones and other equivalent technologies through USB. Full speed control of these technologies is combined with a two way control system to enable you to access your music and films, easily and quickly. Even your phone can be connected to this system, as the built-in Bluetooth system allows for handsfree calling and audio streaming.
Lastly JVC went for the personal touch to this system, as the graphic user interface (GUI) can be altered and changed to your liking. This piece of latest technology is undoubtedly an example of how Car DVD players are set to be transformed within the next few months. Car DVD players are available from around £200 to £500.