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Old 20th June 2006, 22:47   #1
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Hi, As my signature says, I have a Dicor. It has a Venicebeach CD player as an OE HU. I want to have a DVD option in my car and I'm considering a DVD changer or a Flip down Monitor with a built in DVD player. The rest of my stuff are:
1) Infinity Kappa series 202A amp
2) Pioneer 904 amp
3) An old Sherwood amp
4) A Pioneer 7 band equaliser
5) 2 Pairs of Pioneer 690R speakers
6) 2 Pioneer 1000 watt subs (forgot the model)
7) Pioneer 6" components in front

What are your suggestions.

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Check out a thread by Navin. He uses a DVD changer.
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Ditch the EQ...

If there are TWO things you should never use - the TOP SPOT is taken be the VERERATED TS 20 Tweeters... and coming a close second would be an EQ .. of ANY type!!
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I want to have a DVD option in my car and I'm considering a DVD changer or a Flip down Monitor with a built in DVD player. What are your suggestions.
1. use a DVD changer and use a FM modulator to connect the audio to your stereo. you can get a NecVo changer and 2 5" LCD hed rest screens for 20K.

2. flip down monitors restrict rear view for the driver. they are ok for SUVs and vechiles that dont have to play dodgeball in city traffic but in city traffic i'd recommend considering headrest monotirs.
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Thanks Navin. I'm going ahead with your advice and getting a Necvox DVD changer. Does 12K sound OK to you for the changer alone?

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Actually I paid 16K for the changer and 1 screen 2 years ago.
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