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Liquid Video Wireless Headphones

Does anyone know how i can get a replacement set of wireless headphones for a Liquid Video Car DVD system? Is any IR wireless headphone compatibile? thanks.

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I got replacement ones at Best Buy. The don't have to be specifically LiquidVideo

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