How to demonstrate the infrared function of the headrest DVD player

Here we explain how to use the wireless infrared headphones with the headrest DVD players. First press MENU, go to Settings> "SOUND" and select "IR". Then press "V-" or "V +" to select A or B. Then the IR lamp will turn red. Second, insert two AAA batteries into the headphones, then select the appropriate channel on the headphones. For...

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FORMATTING HIGH CAPACITY USB / SD

Recently, some customers have given feedback that the player says "Video codec not supported" or "Video resolution not supported" when playing movies via USB / SD. It is because the player only supports 576P AVI / MPG / FLV / VOB / DAT / DIVX - Video files and AVC / H.264 encoding or MKV / MP4 files are not...

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Extra 5% off Semi-Annual sale

Summer is here, the children's summer vacation has begun! Whether you are going out to travel or staying at home, you need a DVD player! Not only will your child feel happy, but you can also relax without having to entertain the boring child. There are many different types and styles of DVD players, and there is always one for...

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How to install a headrest DVD player in a car?

Nowadays, families are spending more and more time in their cars than ever before, which means children are getting more bored and restless in the car. So sometimes they just need something to keep their attention on trips.A great solution to keep your passengers occupied is a headrest DVD Player. This way, everyone can enjoy their favorite movies or TV...

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DVD player input video from car radio via AV cable

Question: Hi there, I bought a headrest DVD player. The player has video/audio and S-video output. Is there a way to connect it to the car radio?   Answer: Most Autojoy DVD players have AV input and output functions, if your car radio also has AV output functions, everything is easy to solve. If your car radio and your headrest...

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The last memory function of the DVD player

Last memory function also means last position memory, can date back to the days of magnetic tape-based media. We all hope that the tape was paused the last time to continue playing the next time. Early DVD players had no memory for the last position and also suffered from starting over and over again after a disc was ejected. Nowadays,...

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