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Planet Audio P10.1ES 10.1" Flip Down TFT Monitor DVD Overhead Player

Sorry, this product has been discontinued.

For 2014, offers three TFT monitors – 12.1-inch, 11.2- inch and a 10.1-inch model, all equipped with "EZ-Snap-On" color skins (in black, tan, and gray) and a built in DVD player. With communication technologies like built-in infrared transmitters, FM modulators, USB and SD/MMC memory card ports these are truly the perfect back seat entertainment. Whether it's watching movies or playing games, think Planet Audio Video!

Product Details:
  • Built-In Infrared Transmitter
  • FM Modulator
  • USB Port
  • SD/MMC Memory Card Port
  • Digital Widescreen TFT display
  • Resolution: 1152 x 234 pixels
  • Brightness: 500 NITS
  • Wide-angle, off-axis visibility
  • Swivel bracket permits 30 left/right rotation
  • Front controls
  • NTSC/PAL compatible
  • Audio/Video connections
  • Built-in dome lights
  • Slim-line single unit design
  • Wireless remote control
  • DVD, DVD-R, CD, VCD, MP3 and MP4 compatible
  • USB port SD/MMC card port
  • Anti-skip mechanism
  • Last position memory
  • Infrared audio transmitter
  • Built-in FM Modulator
  • Customize your monitor housing color to match the interior of your vehicle: Interchangeable Black, Grey, Tan Housing Included
  • Built-in DVD Player. Included: Interchangeable Black, Grey and Tan Housings and Two Pairs of Dual Channel Headphones

Note: You'll be receiving (1) Overhead Player. The picture shows different angles of the item.

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