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Let’s face it; today’s newer vehicles typically come already connected to your digital life. Many models feature navigation systems, video game consoles, satellite television and more. If you own an older model vehicle, however, you probably don’t have any of these modern-day luxuries. But don’t worry; Daddy O’s has you covered with a full suite of video solutions that will help make your drive more tolerable.

Back Seat Entertainment System

Are you tired of those road trips where the kids fight with each other constantly? We can help. At Daddy O’s, our professional installers can work with you to create an entertainment system that will make any drive, long or short, more enjoyable. One of the easiest ways to achieve backseat bliss is to install a headrest video monitor. This allows your passengers to view DVDs and, depending on the model, integrate with your smartphone, USB, and SD cards. We begin by replacing your factory headrest with one that matches the interior of your vehicle and includes a built-in monitor. Each monitor has the ability to work independently from the other, so passengers have the ability to play two different things at the same time. It’s the perfect solution for growing families or bored adults.

Overhead Monitors

Another popular solution is an overhead video monitor. This is a larger, single or double monitor that is installed into the ceiling of your vehicle. It’s the perfect option for playing two-player video games or those who enjoy the same types of movies and programs. Both the overhead and headrest video systems can play sound through wireless and/or wired headphones, which means the driver can continue to listen to his or her favorite station while backseat passengers enjoy a movie or play a game.

The Perks of a Back Seat Entertainment System

Are you tired of those road trips where the kids fight with each other constantly? We can help. At Daddy O’s, our professional installers can work with you to create an entertainment system that will make any drive, long or short, more enjoyable. One of the easiest ways to achieve backseat bliss is to install a headrest video monitor. This allow your passengers to view DVDs and, depending on the model, intergrate with your smartphone, USB, and SD cards. We begin by replacing your factory headrest with one that matches the interior of your vehicle and includes a built-in monitor. Each monitor has the ability to work independently from the other, so passengers have the ability to play two different things at the same time. It’s perfect solution for growing families or bored adults.

Car Headrest Video Screen

Overhead Monitors

Another popular solution is an overhead video monitor. This is a larger, single or double monitor that is installed into the ceiling of your vehicle. It’s the perfect option for playing two-player video games or those who enjoy the same types of movies and programs.
Both the overhead and headrest video systems can play sound through wireless and/or wired headphones, which means the driver can continue to listen to his or her favorite station while backseat passengers enjoy a movie or play a game.

Car Dropdown Video Screen
Car Headrest Video Screen
Car Dropdown Video Screen

Mounting Systems

If you don’t want to invest in a built-in system, consider having Daddy O’s install a mounting system that attaches to the back of the passenger’s or driver’s side seats. This allows your passengers to use their tablets to watch movies and play games without the expense of installing headrest monitors. It’s inexpensive, safe and easily removed at the end of any trip.

Talk to an Expert

Before you decide which vehicle entertainment system is best for you, stop by our Orange Park or Regency location to talk to one of our audio/video experts. Our professional staff will be happy to explain the different packages and options, as well as help you find one that fits your budget. From start to finish, we’ll be there every step of the way. Contact us today to learn more.

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