Until recently, auto multimedia systems were only seen exclusively in high-end and luxury vehicle models – they were not part of the usual setup of a vehicle used for daily commutes. Playing video games or watching movies did not become the norm until the late ‘90s to the early ‘00s.
Multimedia systems in vehicles can now be enjoyed through OEM setups, third-party video head units, portable screens and DVD players, and other multimedia sources.
There are three basic categories of car multimedia:
We offer a car-specific Multimedia adapter, which enables the integration of an external video source into the existing car entertainment system. It will be easy to connect an iPhone (Apple CarPlay), Android Device, DVD player, digital TV, or rearview camera to the car’s navigation system.
A considerable amount is usually spent for a navigation system with a TV function, and it is normal to want to enjoy these functions as well while driving. The TV function will also be a source of entertainment to passengers. However, the manufacturers usually block the TV reception and playback of DVDs when the vehicle is in motion. As a result, will only be only possible to enjoy the extra features of the new and most likely costly equipment whenever the car is moving very slowly, or when it is not moving at all. The solution is the TV-free adapter.
Auto Multimedia Sources
Video game consoles
MP3- or WMA-compatible head units