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Voyager In Car DVD Twin Headrest 7" Inch Screen Portable Players - £49.95 @ eBay / Velocityelectronics

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VYDVD7-PP Dual Car DVD Player (Player/Player) Box Contents

  • Easy Fit Car Stanchion Mount x 2
  • 12V Twin Player Car Power Cable
  • Screen Link Cable
  • Remote Control x 2
  • Earbud Headphones x 2
  • User Manual
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The new Voyager 7 PP, twin portable DVD player system, is the ideal companion for any journey. It’s all new slim-line design, vivid 7" widescreen display and patented car mounting system make it the perfect solution to keeping the kids happy in the car. Each 7" tablet style screen can be used independently to play two separate movies or linked together using the supplied cable to share one movie on both screens. The entire system can be installed and ready for use in less than a minute, without any need for tools. Then simply slide your DVD into the base of the player and

The new Voyager 7 PP, twin portable DVD player system, is the ideal companion for any journey. It’s all new slim-line design, vivid 7" widescreen display and patented car mounting system make it the perfect solution to keeping the kids happy in the car. Each 7" tablet style screen can be used independently to play two separate movies or linked together using the supplied cable to share one movie on both screens. The entire system can be installed and ready for use in less than a minute, without any need for tools. Then simply slide your DVD into the base of the player and off you go!

Support for USB and SD memory as well as remote controls As well as supporting a wide variety of discs the Voyager DVD player has an SD/SDHC card slot and USB socket (supporting up to 16GB). This is ideal for storing a number of movies or albums directly from your computer to be available to watch whenever you like - perfect for when you rush out the door and forget your DVD's!

The Voyager DVD system also comes with a remote control so the player can be comfortably controlled from your seat, making your journey that little bit more relaxing.

Auto Resume Being specifically designed with travel in mind we know how hard it is trying to keep the kids happy on long trips. With this in mind, all Voyager DVD players have an 'auto resume' feature that automatically remembers the point in a film where the players were switched off, so you won't have to worry about having to skip through chapters to keep enjoying your movie.

VYDVD7-PP Dual Car DVD Player (Player/Player) Box Contents
  • Easy Fit Car Stanchion Mount x 2
  • 12V Twin Player Car Power Cable
  • Screen Link Cable
  • Remote Control x 2
  • Earbud Headphones x 2
  • User Manual

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Would have been a great buy back in 2000
As a bloke settling nicely into his sixth decade in life, I find it amusing how expectations are rapidly changing with regard to screen resolution, playing formats & primarily the requirement for instant gratification. It really wasn't that long ago that these were 'state of the art' and they will still function well today. To a youth that hasn't yet caved to peer pressure and complain about anything less than 4k resolution on a 5inch screen the picture on these is certainly acceptable from 3 of 4 feet away (that's around a meter to you young-uns).
A few years ago my daughter was laughing at a particular mobile phone on 'how phones have evolved' display the museum, particularly at the one that up until about 2 years previous to that museum visit, had been my go-to phone. Things move so fast now.
I remember fondly the excitement of seeing a 640 x 480 crt screen resolution which seemed to me like a photo at the time, the early flat screen tellys that costs thousands of pounds, my first portable DVD player and my George Foreman grill.

True story Bro.
All the Best, from Grandad
Voted hot! And yes, you can use 2 tablets instead. But 2 tablets plus holders will cost you about £100 at least. Yes, you can do more with the tablets, but if you have 2 small kids, these are way better to keep them quiet in the car. I've tried both and this works better for us. May look old fashion, but it does the job.
mustafa_abid_78619/02/2020 20:57

Decent dealBut I’d rather get a cheap android tablet and a good holder for …Decent dealBut I’d rather get a cheap android tablet and a good holder for the back seats


Is there an Android tablet that plays DVDs?
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i thow my phone on the back of the headrest
Decent deal
But I’d rather get a cheap android tablet and a good holder for the back seats
mustafa_abid_78619/02/2020 20:57

Decent dealBut I’d rather get a cheap android tablet and a good holder for …Decent dealBut I’d rather get a cheap android tablet and a good holder for the back seats


Is there an Android tablet that plays DVDs?
mustafa_abid_78619/02/2020 20:57

Decent dealBut I’d rather get a cheap android tablet and a good holder for …Decent dealBut I’d rather get a cheap android tablet and a good holder for the back seats


Just kidding. I'd do the same, but this is handy for those that have a huge collection of DVDs and may not want to use apps for films or have limited internet access.
Looking for something similar but with screen mirror link. So you can mirror YouTube from your phone. Any advice?
Voted hot! And yes, you can use 2 tablets instead. But 2 tablets plus holders will cost you about £100 at least. Yes, you can do more with the tablets, but if you have 2 small kids, these are way better to keep them quiet in the car. I've tried both and this works better for us. May look old fashion, but it does the job.
Would have been a great buy back in 2000
For those who want it fast it is the same price on Amazon with prime delivery.
Mr.Nutts19/02/2020 21:24

Just kidding. I'd do the same, but this is handy for those that have a …Just kidding. I'd do the same, but this is handy for those that have a huge collection of DVDs and may not want to use apps for films or have limited internet access.


DVD? What does this stand for, is it some new satellite streaming tech service or something?
wipe0wt209720/02/2020 14:07

DVD? What does this stand for, is it some new satellite streaming tech …DVD? What does this stand for, is it some new satellite streaming tech service or something?


I know, right? But we're all different. I can't remember the last time I bought a DVD for myself.
Screen Resolution:
480 x 234 pixels (RGB)
marcin3x19/02/2020 23:13

Looking for something similar but with screen mirror link. So you can …Looking for something similar but with screen mirror link. So you can mirror YouTube from your phone. Any advice?


A tablet
Do these come with a free delorean? Dvd's how 90's.
Mr.Nutts19/02/2020 21:23

Is there an Android tablet that plays DVDs?


If you've got plex setup, of netflix, or (to a much much lesser extent) amazon prime then it's simpler to get a cheap fire tablet tether it to your phone and stream all the movies you want.

You could even put some films onto an sd card put it in the tablet and play them on vlc player.

Then when the journey is over you take the tablet out of the car and can still use it to keep the kid happy with games or whatever.
What’s wrong with “yellow car” or “I spy”?!
World’s gone mad!
sheffield78819/02/2020 23:22

Voted hot! And yes, you can use 2 tablets instead. But 2 tablets plus …Voted hot! And yes, you can use 2 tablets instead. But 2 tablets plus holders will cost you about £100 at least. Yes, you can do more with the tablets, but if you have 2 small kids, these are way better to keep them quiet in the car. I've tried both and this works better for us. May look old fashion, but it does the job.


You can pick up 7 inch fire tablets for about 30 quid
I tried the fire tablet on back of my headrest and my two year old kicks it off the holder so as usual it's a no go for me whatever I try with our kid
d70cw621/02/2020 07:06

What’s wrong with “yellow car” or “I spy”?!World’s gone mad!


(If there’s one kid, or two that are bored of each other...) Some people would prefer to concentrate on driving safely than playing I Spy.
richh21/02/2020 06:58

If you've got plex setup, of netflix, or (to a much much lesser extent) …If you've got plex setup, of netflix, or (to a much much lesser extent) amazon prime then it's simpler to get a cheap fire tablet tether it to your phone and stream all the movies you want.You could even put some films onto an sd card put it in the tablet and play them on vlc player.Then when the journey is over you take the tablet out of the car and can still use it to keep the kid happy with games or whatever.


I was just joking around because this is a DVD player and somebody said to get an Android tablet.

I already knew all that, but thank you for sharing your ideas for others.
Mr.Nutts21/02/2020 07:39

(If there’s one kid, or two that are bored of each other...) Some people w …(If there’s one kid, or two that are bored of each other...) Some people would prefer to concentrate on driving safely than playing I Spy.


Subpar parenting. As I said: yellow car. There’s always yellow car.
d70cw621/02/2020 07:50

Subpar parenting. As I said: yellow car. There’s always yellow car.


Subpar due care and attention (applies to playing yellow car or I Spy).

Ps I’m messing, I’d play it while driving
As a bloke settling nicely into his sixth decade in life, I find it amusing how expectations are rapidly changing with regard to screen resolution, playing formats & primarily the requirement for instant gratification. It really wasn't that long ago that these were 'state of the art' and they will still function well today. To a youth that hasn't yet caved to peer pressure and complain about anything less than 4k resolution on a 5inch screen the picture on these is certainly acceptable from 3 of 4 feet away (that's around a meter to you young-uns).
A few years ago my daughter was laughing at a particular mobile phone on 'how phones have evolved' display the museum, particularly at the one that up until about 2 years previous to that museum visit, had been my go-to phone. Things move so fast now.
I remember fondly the excitement of seeing a 640 x 480 crt screen resolution which seemed to me like a photo at the time, the early flat screen tellys that costs thousands of pounds, my first portable DVD player and my George Foreman grill.

True story Bro.
All the Best, from Grandad
efc_4ever21/02/2020 07:30

I tried the fire tablet on back of my headrest and my two year old kicks …I tried the fire tablet on back of my headrest and my two year old kicks it off the holder so as usual it's a no go for me whatever I try with our kid


Zip ties?..... for the legs not the tablet!
d70cw621/02/2020 07:06

What’s wrong with “yellow car” or “I spy”?!World’s gone mad!


While we are at it, why dont we buy the kids sticks and a hula hoops for them to run down a busy main road, while they are being targeted by nonce's, as they avoid the knife gangs and acid attacks! world gone mad alright, so we change our routines to avoid the madness.
Edited by: "MrSprkle" 21st Feb
sheffield78821/02/2020 10:06

Used.


No. They've been £35, that's the main Amazon offer on them, in Christmas sales, Balck Friday, Prime Day Valentine's etc.
The 8" was recently £45 too, instead of the usual £60 (reduced from, I think, £90)
Mr.Nutts21/02/2020 10:24

No. They've been £35, that's the main Amazon offer on them, in Christmas …No. They've been £35, that's the main Amazon offer on them, in Christmas sales, Balck Friday, Prime Day Valentine's etc.The 8" was recently £45 too, instead of the usual £60 (reduced from, I think, £90)


So, £35x2+ about £10 for holders brings this to minimum £80-90. And yes, I know you can use the tablets for something else, but if you want it for something else, you will get better and more expensive ones.
Not saying is not possible, but in our case we always have to stop the car and deal with the tablets, while with the DVD we have no issues.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 21st Feb
sheffield78821/02/2020 10:34

So, £35x2+ about £10 for holders brings this to minimum £80-90. And yes, I …So, £35x2+ about £10 for holders brings this to minimum £80-90. And yes, I know you can use the tablets for something else, but if you want it for something else, you will get better and more expensive ones.Not saying is not possible, but in our case we always have to stop the car and deal with the tablets, while with the DVD we have no issues.


I wasn't saying one is better than the other. I was just letting you know that you can get the 7" for £35

It's just personal preference, and whatever's easier... there's no moving parts in a tablet, no spinning disc, you might have loads of DVDs, 1/2/3 kids, kids that can/can't change the disc, can/can't use a tablet, digital copies of films, WiFi access in between journeys, if you'd use a tablet for anything else.
It does also have a usb and sd card playback function. The dvd shouldn't be the only focus here...
Mr.Nutts21/02/2020 10:40

I wasn't saying one is better than the other. I was just letting you know …I wasn't saying one is better than the other. I was just letting you know that you can get the 7" for £35 It's just personal preference, and whatever's easier... there's no moving parts in a tablet, no spinning disc, you might have loads of DVDs, 1/2/3 kids, kids that can/can't change the disc, can/can't use a tablet, digital copies of films, WiFi access in between journeys, if you'd use a tablet for anything else.


Thanks. Yes, there are lots of advantages with the tablet, I agree. My kids have both, tablets and DVD player. Our DVD player plays from memory stick, we never use disks. And no risk of running out of battery, no risks of small kid pressing the wrong 'button' on the tablet and start screaming. While both my kids use the tablets more often, it works out better with the DVD player when we drive long distance.
But yes, it depends on individual circumstances, one of our kids is still too young and the DVD makes it easier for us.
There are lots of solutions, somebody mentioning streaming video from phone to tablet, but you need a decent phone, a decent tablet and so on.
While this technology seems old, it is still useful. Same as using a camera and the phone vs a designated baby video monitor, we find the video monitor better.
I guess it depends on individual circumstances. I wanted to get for my eldest the Amazon lower specs tablet, but despite the cheap price, I paid slightly more for an Android tablet so do not have the hassle of bloatware, installing APK files for Google play store and so on.
sheffield78821/02/2020 10:53

Thanks. Yes, there are lots of advantages with the tablet, I agree. My …Thanks. Yes, there are lots of advantages with the tablet, I agree. My kids have both, tablets and DVD player. Our DVD player plays from memory stick, we never use disks. And no risk of running out of battery, no risks of small kid pressing the wrong 'button' on the tablet and start screaming. While both my kids use the tablets more often, it works out better with the DVD player when we drive long distance. But yes, it depends on individual circumstances, one of our kids is still too young and the DVD makes it easier for us.There are lots of solutions, somebody mentioning streaming video from phone to tablet, but you need a decent phone, a decent tablet and so on.While this technology seems old, it is still useful. Same as using a camera and the phone vs a designated baby video monitor, we find the video monitor better. I guess it depends on individual circumstances. I wanted to get for my eldest the Amazon lower specs tablet, but despite the cheap price, I paid slightly more for an Android tablet so do not have the hassle of bloatware, installing APK files for Google play store and so on.


(I love a good tangent...) I'd prefer a dedicated baby monitor system, and there's other things in life where I'd choose the old-school/traditional set up over a modern "smart" option.
Tucalito20/02/2020 09:35

Would have been a great buy back in 2000


Still is for the right purpose!
justabout7221/02/2020 07:15

You can pick up 7 inch fire tablets for about 30 quid


Does it come with a remote control? No? Aw well...
I don't see the attraction in these. I had two brand new ones that I advertised on Gumtree and eBay no takers whatsoever. Eventually I just give them away to a charity shop.
bamshopper21/02/2020 13:34

Does it come with a remote control? No? Aw well...



Yo Alexa... do you come with a remote control?
Brave posting this with all the "Tech Snobs" floating around

Heat!
Xzibit would love these.
Same price on Amazon
Varied reviews, but the most recent ones aren't the best, many said they didn't last long. Great for the price, but doesn't sound like they are built to last
Mr.Nutts19/02/2020 21:23

Is there an Android tablet that plays DVDs?


Whats a DVD? 😹
wipe0wt209720/02/2020 14:07

DVD? What does this stand for, is it some new satellite streaming tech …DVD? What does this stand for, is it some new satellite streaming tech service or something?


DooVeD
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