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Choosing the Best Rear-Seat Entertainment System for Your Family

How to find the best rear seat entertainment system for you and your family is easy with the help of the on-site service professionals at Mobile One Auto Sound.

Mobile One Auto Sound provides top quality products and brands and even has professional installation services to make sure that your investment is in the best hands. Offering this top notch service and helping you find the best rear seat entertainment system fit for you, your family, and your vehicle’s needs is just the beginning of the Mobile One Auto Sound team’s abilities.

What’s the Source of Entertainment?

Rear-seat entertainment systems have options for playing your kids’ favorite movie (over and over, and over again). You can choose a seatback entertainment system that accepts DVDs if that is your primary form of video watching - an aftermarket car DVD player.

Many of our seatback entertainment systems offer other ways to watch Frozen as well. Options like HDMI hook-ups, USB ports, SD card slots, and even connecting via the Voxx Link app for both Android and iPhone compatibilities.

Many of our seat-back entertainment options have multiple options for getting those favorite giggles from the back seat while you focus on driving. Whether you’re grabbing a few DVDs from the entertainment center as you walk out the door, or you’ve got everything downloaded on a USB that can be taken anywhere, there’s an aftermarket seatback entertainment system for you.

What Kind Of Rear-Seat Entertainment Installation Will Work Best For Your Needs?

There are several options for seat back entertainment system installation. The first thing to consider when thinking about an aftermarket seatback entertainment system is how many screens you need for your vehicle, or if you’ll want to use the aftermarket car DVD player for multiple vehicles. This will affect the rear-seat entertainment installation.

If you’ll only be using the screens for one vehicle, you can either establish a built-in custom headrest rearseat entertainment system or opt for a removable option for flexibility. If you’re interested in using the screens for multiple vehicles, opting for a removable option can be a more economical option than opting for the built-in headrest option for each vehicle.

If you’re going to choose the built-in headrest option for your vehicle, consider how many headrests you currently need, and how many you may need. Opting to install both headrest entertainment systems for the backseat at the same time, could make more sense in the long run. Do you have a third row seat that you need to install in-seat entertainment for as well? Consider all of these options when consulting with our Mobile One Auto Sound team for what’s right for you and your family.

Who Gets Control of the Seatback Entertainment?

While most seatback entertainment systems can be controlled on the device, there’s a wide variety of reasons that the front seat adults may want to control what’s going on in terms of back seat entertainment.

Your child’s age may have an impact on whether or not you’d like to control the rear seat entertainment from the front seat - or even just their maturity level. While children who are very young may not have the ability to operate a rear seat entertainment system, children with a lack of maturity may not have earned the option of operating the system themselves, or may need parental supervision while doing so.