Voyager 9 inch In Car Portable DVD Player with Easy Fit Mount £69.99 @ Amazon
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Voyager 9 inch In Car Portable DVD Player with Easy Fit Mount £69.99 @ Amazon

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Found 10th Nov 2014
Looking for a replacement as my old system broke. Found this on a Amazon deal. Good spec, with 9'' screen hi-res panel, clever looking stanchion pole fitting system, auto resume and Infra red transmitter. Should keep the kids quite on the 4hr Xmas trip to the in laws!

The new Voyager 9, portable DVD player system, is the ideal companion for any journey. It’s all new slim-line design, vivid 9" widescreen display and patented car mounting system make it the perfect solution to keeping the kids happy in the car. The 9" tablet style screen can be installed and ready for use in less than a minute, without any need for tools. All you then need to do is insert your DVD and off you go! The Voyager DVD players are fitted with high resolution LED true colour pixel displays (800 x 480px) ensuring you always get a perfect picture. Unlike many other portable DVD players the Voyager DVD systems are specifically designed to be used in the car. They have a wide viewing angle and an inbuilt anti-skip mechanism which allows everyone in the car to keep enjoying a movie even on those bumpy journeys. The Voyager DVD system supports a huge range of disc types and formats, including: DVD, MP3, CD, JPEG, CD-R/RW, DVD+/-R and DVD+/-RW. The wide range of format support means that it can be used not only as a portable movie player but also a music player and a picture viewer. The DVD players are powered by the 12V car cigarette lighter cable (included) which provides endless hours of enjoyment. A 240V mains power cable is not included, but is available as an optional accessory.

4 Comments

Cue the crash & your children will look like Zao from die another day.

Is it 1 or 2 screens ?

Looks like 1 screen
Not for me tgerefore

mittromney

Cue the crash & your children will look like Zao from die another day.



this looks to fit around the struts on the head restraint and the player then dropped into it. So much more secure than a velcro fastening system.
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