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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-04-2013, 09:40 PM Thread Starter
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Added some headrest monitors

The wifey ordered these for me for Christmas. They are 9inch touch screen monitors with a built in DVD player and game system. They also include the ir headphones and a fm modulator to play through the car audio system.

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Nice what brand? Did you DIY on the install?


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They look huge. How big?


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Did you DIY on the install?

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They are from ebay not any popular brand just thought the touch screen part was different and liked that. I did DIY which was super easy just pull on the top of the rear seat panel and it will just pop off. You might have to replace the little clips at the very bottom I broke 1 but it holds on fine with one broken. As for power I tapped into the rear power outlet by simply opening the armrest and pulling on the hvac control and the whole rear panel will come off.
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I just installed the same ones just a couple days ago. Tapped it to the fuse box and like you, I did break the clips at the bottom of the back seat panels as I was writing the cables through. I don't think you can remove the seat panels without breaking them (at least one of them). One of the clips on the side broke off too lol so I'm not so sure how I'll fix that. The seat panel still holds in place though.
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LCRS65 I like how you keep your X nice and clean. I purchased seat protectors that you install behind the drivers and passengers seat, to protect against the kicking and scuffing the seats. They're a clear vinyl that doesn't take away from the vehicles look. The amount of snow and salt we have you need them. they're inexpensive.

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Looks great. Also love the little trash can behind the rear vents .

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The look good, huge.

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car dvd players headrest installation

My car dvd players headrest is easy to install. I just fixed it on the headrest. It just like a tablet pc headrest dvd.
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They are from ebay not any popular brand just thought the touch screen part was different and liked that. I did DIY which was super easy just pull on the top of the rear seat panel and it will just pop off. You might have to replace the little clips at the very bottom I broke 1 but it holds on fine with one broken. As for power I tapped into the rear power outlet by simply opening the armrest and pulling on the hvac control and the whole rear panel will come off.
I too am in the market. Can you send me a link to that specific ones, or at least provide the exterior measurements of that units you installed so I have reference when I am looking?
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Her is a screenshot of the listings on ebay depending on what color you need
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Can you post the front of the headrest? I am looking to add these my mdx (when I get it) i always see back shots never fronts. THANKS!
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