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Isuzu Car Video Equipment

There is a wide range of car video equipment available for Isuzu vehicles. Whether you want to watch a film or stay safer on the road, video equipment can help.

Entertainment Systems

Modern Isuzu entertainment systems, such as the ones found on recent models of the D-Max truck, do not only play CDs. They are also compatible with DVDs, allowing you to play movies on screens located in the vehicle. This feature is especially useful when paired with headrest or flip-down monitors, as it allows you to keep back seat passengers entertained during long drives. Some newer aftermarket models of car DVR also offer a suite of other functions including GPS navigation, games and portable Wi-Fi hotspot creation.

Video Monitors

A car DVD player at the front of the vehicle is no good without screens for the passengers. Display monitors come in two basic types: headrest monitors are built into the backs of the front headrests for people in the back seat to watch, while flip-down monitors are built into the ceiling and can be flipped down when needed. Flip-down monitors can be made larger and so are particularly useful for larger vehicles. They can also be cheaper than replacing four headrests in a three-row vehicle. Some monitors also come with their own DVD drives, particularly flip-down monitors.

Rear View Monitors

Backing up without looking is one of the main causes of car accidents. Isuzu rear-view monitors and cameras are designed to take some of the guesswork out of reversing. Isuzu wireless rear-view monitor and camera kits are especially convenient as they require less wiring work before they can be used. By placing a rear view monitor on the dashboard, you can spot any obstructions and judge distance more accurately than by looking over your shoulder, especially when the display is equipped with rangefinding lines. This is especially useful on large vehicles, where the size of the back end can obstruct the view from your mirrors.

Other Video Equipment

Car video equipment isn’t only for watching videos. You can also make your own. Dash cams are increasingly popular among motorists. They capture footage constantly through the front windscreen, which can come in handy if you need to make an insurance claim after an accident. Some devices also record the inside of the car, which can help to identify anyone who steals from your vehicle while you are away.

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