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I HAVE BOUGHT A CAR WITH A VST DVD PLAYER INSTALLED IN THE HEADREST. i AM TOLD THAT i NEED WIRELESS HEADPHONES TO BE ABLE TO HEAR THE SOUND. THE PLAYER WILL PLAY WITHOUT THE HEADPHONES BUT i CANNOT GET SOUND. wHAT TYPE OF HEADPHONES DO i NEED. THE MODEL OF THE dvd IS DVST-111 tHANKS

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There is an item you can purchase from your local Radio Shack dealer that allows you to plug from the dvd player into the cigarette lighter. That is what we use. Works great!

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