Mobile Video

Car video is quickly becoming one of the most popular aftermarket installations on the mobile electronics market. It's not hard to see why—if you've ever been on a long, mind-numbing car trip or stuck in grueling bumper-to-bumper traffic, you understand just how convenient it would be to have access to an in-car DVD player to keep you entertained as the miles or the minutes tick away. Thanks to increasingly advanced mobile video technology, motorists can now enjoy their favorite movies with the same clear picture and crisp sound that they'd experience in the comfort of their very own home theater. If you're interested in finding out more about the advantages of car DVD systems or want to learn about our installation procedures, contact the team at Auto Audio today.

We're proud to offer a wide stock of car video components, and some mobile video options our customers enjoy include:

  • Drop-down screens
  • Stationary ceiling screens
  • Headrest screen mounts
  • In-dash screens
  • Back-up cameras and sensors
  • In-dash navigation capability

Our mobile electronics technicians have years of experience performing custom car audio video installations of all types and magnitudes. Whether you're interested in a complex mobile video system complete with the latest in-car DVD player features or would like to speak with a technician about designing a customized installation tailored to suit your specific needs, just send us an e-mail or call us at your earliest convenience. One of our representatives will be more than happy to answer any questions you have about our products and recommend a car audio video system that is perfect for you.


Drop Down Video Monitors

Take entertainment for the back seat to a whole new level with overhead car video monitors! With so many options, there's something for every need and budget. The most common mobile video entertainment system is a roof mounted drop down screen, varying from 8.5 to 15 inches. Most units have built in DVD players and wireless headphones.

Let us help you choose the right drop down video monitor for your vehicle today!


Vehicle Headrest Video Monitors

Keep backseat passengers entertained with Headrest Video Monitors, making road trips better for everyone.

Headrest monitors allow you to view DVDs and, depending on the model, some also seamlessly support smartphone integration, USB, and SD cards. By replacing your factory headrest with one that matches the interior of your vehicle and includes a built in video monitor, you get two monitors that have the ability to play two different things at the same time.

Call or email us today to find out what mobile video option would work best for your vehicle and start having better road-trips!


Vehicle Satellite TV

Tired of watching DVDs or playing video games on your vehicle's video screens? Adding car Satellite TV lets you hit the road with up to 185 channels of live DIRECTV sports, news and movies, plus watch your local channels and catch the big game!

Perfect for long road trips with kids, camping trips, creating your own drive-in theater, and tailgating!

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In Dash GPS Navigation

Today's in dash navigation systems come with so many advanced features that you can't really compare them to any other standalone device out there.

Features vary by brand and model but may include:

  • Touchscreen display
  • Turn by turn voice guided navigation
  • Voice recognition software
  • CD/DVD/MP3/WMA playback
  • Built in Bluetooth
  • USB Direct Control for iPod
  • App Mode for select smartphones
  • Sirius XM ready
  • Pandora radio
  • HD Radio ready
  • Back up camera ready
  • Remote control

When you get navigation installed, what you're really getting is a complete "infotainment solution" that is conveniently located where it should be: always safely within reach.


Back-Up Cameras

he main purpose of Backup Cameras and Sensors is simply to provide a view of what is behind you while you're parking or backing up, but they also offer a safety advantage in helping you to see a child, pet, or other hazard.

How a Back-Up Camera Can Help You

Every year, thousands of children are hurt or killed because a driver backing up failed to see them. For the most part, back-over accidents take place in residential driveways or parking lots and oftentimes it's the parent or close relative at the wheel. With the installation of a back-up camera system you are eliminating a large blind zone and preventing many of these accidents.

How They Work

With an aftermarket rear view camera system, a small camera can be built into a license-plate holder or on a vehicle's bumper.

Back-up camera systems also require a video screen for viewing. These screens can be built into a replacement rear view mirror or a small screen that mounts to the dash. Also keep in mind, many in dash multimedia receivers and GPS navigation systems come back up camera ready.

Back-Up Sensors

Back-up sensors are an alternative to a back-up camera, allowing safer driving while backing up, but not necessarily the expense of adding a video screen for viewing. Back-up sensors are installed on a vehicle's bumper and alert the driver of hazards by beeping when you back toward a solid object.

Contact us today to find out which back-up warning system would fit your vehicle and  start down the road to safer driving!