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Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia, 2007/03/22 - Today car entertaiment system not only provide surround sound option but high quality DVD standard video, audio, security and navigation, the car DVD player will fulfill you with these features, this buying guide will assist you to buy car DVD player.
Car DVD players is a in car entertainment systems for playing discs produced under the DVD Video standard include DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW and DVD+RW and most of the car DVD players will also compatible with VCD, CD, MP3, CD-R and CD-RW. Some newer system also play videos in the MPEG-4 ASP video compression format (such as DivX) popular on the Internet.
Car DVD Player Buyers' Guide Contents
1. Type of Car DVD players
2. Features of Car DVD players
Type of Car DVD players
There are standard ISO one DIN Car DVD player, standard ISO two Din DVD player, one DIN Car DVD player with Monitor, two Din DVD Player with Monitor, Detachable Front Panel DVD player, Sun Visor car DVD player, Headrest DVD player, Roof mount DVD player and some with built-in hard disk and GPS Navigation System. Have a look here for the complete car DVD player categories. Car DVD player with Two-Din 6.5-inch Touch Screen Built -in GPS Navigation System.
Features of Car DVD players
One important thing to consider when buying a car DVD system, the system varies from device to device , manufacturer to manufacturer, and need more attention when buy online, read the description carefully and always ask the seller to find out the answer whatever you are not sure. Some player are only the controllers that require additional purchases of the monitors, signal processors.
A car DVD player should have this standard features:
• Read a DVD disc in ISO - UDF version 1.2 format;
• Optionally decrypt the data with either CSS and or Macrovision;
• Decode MPEG-2 video;
• Decode sound in MP2, PCM or AC-3 format;
• Output a video signal, either an analog one (in PAL, SECAM or NTSC format) on the composite, s-video, or component video connectors, or a digital one on the DVI or HDMI connectors.
And some advance feature you should take in consider like Dolby Digital, DTS, Dynamic Range, Equalizer (process of changing the frequency envelope of a sound), Frequency Response (measure of any system's response at the output to a signal of varying frequency at its input), Impedance (commonly listed from 4 to 8 ohms, with some ranging from 2 to 16 ohms), Signal-to-noise ratio, Distortion (deviation from the original signal to the reproduced signal), Antishock (stores audio data in a memory buffer that is output if the main signal mistracks), Antitheft Protection.
Select the one with pricing you affordable, and consult your installer if the system fit your vehicle, the vehicle's electrical system can fulfill the demands of the player and the installation fees, usually the list price is not include installation fees for car DVD system.