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Let me make sure I understand this. When you have a DVD play in English, you get a buzzing noise in your wireless headphones. But if it plays in Spanish, it sounds fine?
Does this occur with every DVD, or just a certain DVD?
Have you tried listening to it without the headphones - using car speakers. If so, did you have the same problem?
If you can answer those questions for me, I can try to figure out what's wrong here.
I don't know what type you have...However, Audiovox makes a wired FM modulator that plugs into the back of the radio (wired from the DVD player) that permits the DVD player sound to be heard through the vehicle's sound system. Relatively inexpensive and simple to install. I hope I've helped. If so, please rate my assistance and leave a comment to help others. Thanks and good luck.
As far as i know, all Rosen in-car dvd players come with IR (infra-red) headphones so the sound is transmitted that way rather than using a lead from the headphones to the unit, therfore no sockets are neccessary!
Hope this helps....
i have a 2005 f-150 and it was bought used, no wireless headsets and remote but i learned if you push buttons 2 and 4 together on the cddeck you can use the radio through the speakers and the kids in the back can used the headphone jacks to listen to the dvd player.