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Old 06-03-2016, 01:55 PM   #1
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What's the easiest way to rig up an external DVD player to my main TV (over Cab class C) so my Passengers can watch movies on the road
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What's the easiest way to rig up an external DVD player to my main TV (over Cab class C) so my Passengers can watch movies on the road
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If you're only talking a DVD player, and not blue-ray discs, you can buy a real simple DVD player almost anywhere for dirt cheap....see Walmart, they have them for under $20. Simple blue-ray and DVD are not much more. For signalling..... the oldest method using coax will send the movie across. Next oldest is the old A/V cable (red/white/yellow). Then component (red/blue/green) etc. etc.

As far as power......does your TV work on 12 volt DC, or only 110 volt AC. A DVD player as mentioned above needs 110 volt AC. You might be able to use a converter plugged into your cigarette lighter socket nearby, but you'll have to add up the power needs.
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