My daughter's car seat is in the middle, so that's not ideal for her. Easier for her to look up or straight ahead.
Originally Posted by detonate69
I would recommend head rest monitors. I have 9" monitors with built in DVD players and headphones in my silverado. Had them for a few years now, no problems and work great. The cool part is they replace the entire head rest so you can always go back to stock and take them with you to a new car. Cost is comparable to a good flip down. Go to a reputable stereo shop, not a big box store you'll get better more knowledgeable service.
Besides the above issue, this won't work for my Avalanche, as I have a North Face Edition. There is nothing out there that will even look like an okay match as the seats are very different from normal Avalanche seats, and no way I'm hacking up headrests that would be very difficult (or impossible) to replace.
Originally Posted by Elliottsx80
i would just go to best buy and buy one and the warranty they sale, my buddy put one is his 2006 tahoe and that thing has broke a few times and they just keep replacing it for free. the last time he went in they didnt carry that model anymore so they upgraded him for free to the newer model.
And the winner is...this, oddly enough. But not exactly what you suggested, as I don't like Best Buy's warranty program. Normally, they are overpriced, but out of morbid curiousity, I took a look at what they had for sale, and look what I found:
$31 shipped = mine. A deal I just couldn't pass up...we will see how it goes. Soundstream is a name brand where most of the these LCD units are either some unknown brand or crap brand (Pyle, Boss, etc.). Hopefully it works out!