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Old 04-18-2013, 06:30 AM
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anyone have the factory rear dvds?

I'm trying to justify the $2000 cost, it seems like they just throw 3rd party standalone dvds in the back. I saw the same ones from the ford website on ebay for $250/piece instead of $2000 for the pair

the salesman told me they each load their own dvd which is nice and i wonder if it has wireless headphones. i'm having trouble finding info
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I have the factory installed headrest DVD's made by Invision. I couldn't be happier with them. I think they are actually Panasonic players. The headphones are dual channel and can be used on both players. You can choose to watch what's on Channel A on both screens or play separate DVD's on each player
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Old 04-18-2013, 12:46 PM
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I have the Invision set in my 2011 Limited. I do like them, however, I wished they were more tuned to the truck. There is no connection between them and the Navigation Console, so if you have little kids it is a real problem. They will play through the stereo but via FM so really they are just aftermarket players mounted in "FORD headrests" as a pricey option.
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yea the only connection is the fm modulator, and in our case we dont want to hear their dvds playing through the whole truck, so i'm going to opt for something after market and more simple

it will be cheaper and i can always plop it in another car
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