Top 10 In-Car DVD Players Alton IL

Long trips with the kids have never been easier thanks to a vast array of affordable in-car DVD players available. Options range from complex multi-screen units with stereo integration to simple ceiling-mount versions. Read on for more detailed information in the following article.

Ultimate Electronics
(314) 551-0123
607 Lambert Pointe Dr
Hazelwood, MO
 
Mid America Satellite
(314) 781-4900
3047 Bartold Ave
Saint Louis, MO
 
Ultimate Electronics
(314) 291-6777
12290 Saint Charles Rock Rd
Bridgeton, MO
 
Computer Repair and Networking - St. Louis
(618) 345-8409
709 Patty Drive Suite D
Maryville, IL
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Information Technology Services, Electronics, Computer Consultants
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St Charles Broadband Llc
(636) 916-3706
700 Fountain Lakes Blvd
Saint Charles, MO
 
Radio Shack
(314) 344-8148
De Paul Plz
Hazelwood, MO
 
C Rae Visions Engineering
(618) 288-5518
17A Schiber Ct
Maryville, IL
 
Love Tv Sales and Service
(314) 739-0007
12302 Natural Bridge Rd
Bridgeton, MO
 
Satellite 4 U Llc
(314) 429-1700
2308 N Lindbergh Blvd # A
Saint Louis, MO
 
Today's Satellite Inc
(314) 716-5422
11838 Dorsett Rd
Maryland Heights, MO
 
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Top 10 In-Car DVD Players

Top 10 In-Car DVD Players By Zach Bowman, DriverSide Contributing Editor


The Clarion VT1500B
Long trips with the kids have never been easier thanks to a vast array of affordable in-car DVD players available. Options range from complex multi-screen units with stereo integration to simple ceiling-mount versions. Either way, choosing to go with a professional install is your best bet for quality fit and finish and long-lasting entertainment for your kids – not to mention some much needed peace and quiet behind the wheel. But before you can figure out who’s going to handle your install you’ll need to pick a DVD player that fits you and your family’s needs. Here’s a look at DriverSide’s top 10 in-car DVD players.
 


The Alpine PKG-RSE2



The Clarion VT1000T
1.   Clarion VT1500B
 
Prices for Clarion’s big-daddy DVD player tend to fall between $800 and $900 depending on which vendor you go through. That may seem pricey, but this unit offers one of the largest screens of any of the in-car clan. At 15.4 inches the screen is bigger than some computer monitors, and thanks to its built-in IR headphone transmitter everyone in the back seats can listen to the film while you motor on. There’s even an RCA output if you want to add more screens in the future.
 
Screen Size: 15.4 in
Price: $850
 
2. Alpine PKG-RSE2
 
With a crystal clear 10.2-inch screen, the Alpine PKG-RSE2 has plenty to offer. Alongside standard features like a remote control and IR headphone capability, this unit boasts a great FM modulator. The function allows you to broadcast sound from the DVD over your car stereo without having to run extra wires. What’s more, the modulator has a wide frequency range so you’re guaranteed to find a clear channel. At around $700, it’s expensive, but worth the money.
 
Screen Size: 10.2 in
Price: $700


3. Clarion VT1000T
 
Consider this unit the VT1500B’s little brother. Though it comes with a smaller 10.2-inch screen, the video quality is crisp and clear. The size also comes with a price savings, as the VT1000T can be had for between $600 and $700 depending on where you pick yours up. Fortunately, this model retains all of the features of the bigger Clarion, which means you’re still guaranteed IR headphone capability, normal, cinema and widescreen displays and RCA outs. 
 
Screen Size: 10.2 in
Price: $650
 
4. Boss Audio BV 12.1BGT
 
The Boss Audio BV 12.1BGT offers a great selection of features. Just like higher-end models, an FM transmitter is standard alongside IR headphone capability. Handy integrated dome lights help to shed some light on your interior and work alongside your factory units. A remote is also included in the package, though they’ve been known to have some reliability issues. The Boss Audio BV 12.1BGT can be had for between $400 and $500. 
 
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