Question about Farenheit DVD-36 Car DVD Player
You want to pick a frequency where there isn't an existing station, so the radio will have a clear signal from the dvd player.
If the DVD player only has a few frequencies to choose from, then tune the radio to each one (with the DVD player turned OFF) and see which one has the most static and the least signal from radio stations in your area.
If the DVD player can be set to any frequency, then just pick a frequency (usually down on the "88" side of the FM band) with the least local signal, then set your DVD player to use that frequency.
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Posted on Feb 09, 2010
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