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Old 02-29-2004, 01:52 AM   #1
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Just a thought about it... i dont know if anyone remembers me, but i got my problem sortef out with my radio wiring problem... either way, jsut thinking about where you could put TVs. There is the headrests, would they fit? and teh glove box maybe? could you pop one in there? you could have the player in the center console, or the glovebox either or... does this sound plauseable?
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Anything can be done. What are the approximate dimensions of the control unit and tv'*?
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By TV I assume you mean a monitor hooked up to a DVD player or PS2. The work to have a working TV in there...I dunno...you'd need a long cable line! :P

But yes, some members have monitors set up in their cars
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I did for a while, but like Jim said, the cable just wasn't long enough.....
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i had a 5.5 screen PS2 and DVD i work nice
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I was thinking about getting a pioneer with a screen. I have a friend that can get them for like $400 or so.
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