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1 DIN Video In-Dash Units GPS with DVD Player

Car video technology has made some amazing advancements in recent years, with many vehicle owners wanting to have video in-dash units installed in their cars. You can retrofit a 1 DIN video in-dash unit to most makes and models of existing cars if you want your vehicle to have the technology and convenience of a newer model at the fraction of a cost. These units can be installed at home with the right know how, or you can have a professional set them up for a small fee.

GPS Capable

In-dash units are ideal for those wanting a GPS in their car, without the need for purchasing a standalone unit that someone might easily steal. GPS in-dash units can assist you with directions, point you towards local areas of interest and inform you of traffic updates in the area, making them far more useful than a standard map.

DVD Player

An in-dash video unit with a DVD player is more than just an entertainment system as this one small feature has a number of uses. For the adult, an in-dash video system can allow you to use a reversing camera for safety or view a GPS map. If you’re travelling with children, the DVD player feature can keep your children entertained and remove the stress from longer journeys on the road.


Connecting an in-dash video unit with GPS and DVD player means that you’re also able to connect your car’s stereo system, too. Some of these setups come with the complete package including speakers, or you can link them they to your existing speaker setup. These stereos have AM/FM capability, with some higher end models also offering a 2-way radio.

Car Compatibility

You can purchase 1 DIN video in-dash units for almost every make and model of car, new or old. These systems come listed with compatible vehicles so you can find the best fit for your car, and often at a fraction of a cost compared to what you would pay to have brand new car video equipment installed by a dealership.

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