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Date Registered: 02-2005
Location: Geelong, Victoria
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Re: In-Car Portable DVD Player Question


Jalal, looked at the sony & was impressed except for the size for my particlar application. Price was around $699 when I bought mine 9 months ago, so $399 is an excellent price. Sony generally build very good quality gear.
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if you like you can borrow mine to get a feel for sizes and stuff. Its very similiar to xtrailing's
 
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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Thanks for the offer Pete.

Can you please tell me where the wires are coming from in your unit? is it similar to xtrailing where the 12volt cord is located on the side? If yes, then I don't think it will fit on the centre armrest between the 2 front seats, as the distance between them is 19cm exactly.

The wires on the sony unit come from the back and it measures 19cm wide and 24cm long.

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Hi Guys,

Thanks for all your responses and suggestions.

I have considered my options carefully over the weekend and decided to go with the SONY unit, which I have just bought emoticon

It was more suited for my needs and would make great fun for the kids at the back (especially when they plug-in that PS2 in it) LOL

I haven't yet fitted it and will probably do so this weekend (I have to hide it from my wife in the garage until then emoticon )

Will take some pics when I do.

Cheers guys.

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Hi Guys,

Got home this afternoon and the wife wasn't there (luckily for me) emoticon

So I ran like a 10 year old hiding from his Mom and started un-packing my new toy to test it out emoticon

I'm extremely happy with this unit and the way it fits between the 2 front seats gives an impression that it was tailor made for the Exy emoticon

I have tested my DVD collection and it accepts everything and any region discs Image

The best thing about it was that the back of the player (where the speakers are located) is flat and it has actually increased the height of the centre armrest and I can lean on it comfortably while driving (an added bonus to the hopelessly low arm-rest)


I guess it's now Image for the kids at the back.

I wish I could get someone to drive me around while I sit at the back and watch movies on long trips LOL emoticon

Here are some pics, which I managed to take (before my wife got home) emoticon

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The other good thing about this player is that it's black and will be practically invisible from the outside when folded down (with my 20% tint of course) emoticon

I have not tested the FM Transmitter yet, not enough time to do that today.


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Date Registered: 06-2005
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Looks like a nice fit emoticon

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quote:

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Looks like a nice fit emoticon




It is. Thanks for your help Paul emoticon



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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Hi Guys,

Those of you who have a slim-line PlayStation 2 and would like to use it in the car as a DVD player, can now do so in style. emoticon

Thanks to THIS product, which is now available to buy from JB Hi-Fi for $259 (includes: remote, 2x controllers, car adapter and 8" screen)

Just bought one for my bro. in law emoticon

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