The Dual Screen Car DVD Player

A dual screen car dvd player is the answer for those long trips in the car for quality entertainment and a place to plug in your home video game system on the road. The average price range for these units starts in the range of $150.00 to well over $400.00 depending on the type of screen, size and brand that you choose to install. There is also another option where the unit comes in a bag with the dvd player and screen that is very portable. This unit can be sat on the child's lap or can be centrally located if more than one person wants to watch.

Using a dual screen dvd player on vacation helps children to entertain themselves in the car by watching a favorite movie or playing a video game. One word of caution for these is to be careful with the volume level - if too loud, it can be distracting to the driver, and it should not be overly loud in the child's headphones as it can cause hearing damage. Talk with your children about the appropriate level of volume, their proper use and safety tips regarding the driver.

If you plan to do your own installation, follow manufacturer's directions and use the proper tools. This allows you to run the unit off the car's battery instead of off a charged battery that has a limited time period.

A dual screen dvd player is a great investment if you do a lot of on the road traveling. Consider your overall costs before choosing a unit, discuss safety considerations with your children, and you will enjoy the benefits that this entertainment package offers.

Upgrade Car Audio Speakers First

There's nothing quite like the sweet sound of your favorite music coming clearly through your car's audio system. Unfortunately, the stock speakers in most older or inexpensive cars really are nothing quite like that. Unless you happen to get a new car with expensive factory audio upgrade, you're forced to listen to tinny, crackling distortions that drive any music lover nuts.

To get a complete stereo system upgrade worth paying for, you normally need to spend a few thousand dollars to replace everything from the head unit, the power wiring, speaker wires and speakers. And of course you would be adding aftermarket amplifiers, speaker enclosures and other accessories.

You can get a huge improvement in sound just by replacing the factory speakers that came with your car. The cheap speakers that come with most cars are made with the lowest quality material and construction methods to keep the costs down.

Even inexpensive aftermarket speakers will sound better than these. At the lowest end, an aftermarket speaker will have better quality cones, domes, and wiring. If you can spend a little more money, you can get into some more exotic materials such as carbon fiber or specially designed plastics.

Going up one more step, you can get speakers designed for stock speaker replacement that will have a special configuration that puts two speakers, typically a mid-range and tweeter, into the same space as a single speaker. And if you have a compatible vehicle, you can even get tweeter and mid-range speaker kits that have the tweeter in a separate enclosure for you place in an appropriate spot in your car. By replacing the speakers first, you're able to enjoy better sound immediately while you take the time upgrade the rest of your system.