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The DVD players are usually installed by the automotive manufacturer, and are tied into the car's stereo system. It project audio into the car's speakers. aftermarket car dvd units also can tie into the car's speaker systems, but may have their own independent speakers. A lot of units come with the wired or wireless headphones, so you can watch a DVD in the backseat, without disturbing others. More information www.justcardvd.com
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, the message you are getting is "amp guard". This is the mesage it will
display when a short in a speaker wire or speaker with low impedence is
hooked to the internal amp and sends it into protect mode, shutting
down the amplifier section while the rest of the unit continues to work.
check all of your speakers
and the audio only should be that your handbrake is not up or check the grass green wire connect it to ground and this will allow you too watch dvd's whilst u drive