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Hi ladies! You all are so helpful with everything, I'm hoping someone can help with this. We just bought a 2003 Expedition and it has a DVD entertainment package. Unfortunately, it seems that you have to listen to the DVD through the radio. So when the kids are watching Spongebob (for the 100th time), i have to listen to that instead of a cd/ radio, etc. Does anyone have an entertainment system (from the factory) that might have a suggestion on how to change that? The owner's manual is pretty much useless.
We have a DVD in my SUV and it came with wireless headphones (they take batteries). I would check with the dealer and see if you can get some, or order some from somewhere. It's nice that the kids can watch their movie (they love wearing the headphones too) and we can listen to the radio!
There isn't a headphone jack anywhere on the monitor or anything?[/b]
Yes... apparently the thing to have is wireless headphones (they didn't come with), but the problem is with the baby. Somehow I don't think Cooper will tolerate headphones We have portable dvd players that we used in the other car, but the kids were able to just listen to them in the back. It's not a huge deal. We don't let the kids watch DVD's in the car except for vacation. We drive about 12 hours each way for vacation, and the DVD player is a life (and sanity) saver. I was just hoping that someone would say, "oh, you just need to press this button and it will only come out the rear speakers" (or something like that.)
We have a DVD in my SUV and it came with wireless headphones (they take batteries). I would check with the dealer and see if you can get some, or order some from somewhere. It's nice that the kids can watch their movie (they love wearing the headphones too) and we can listen to the radio![/b]
LOL... we must have posted at the same time! So if you buy the wireless headphones you can play the radio in the front? I wonder if I got the headphones and kind of attached them to the sides of the carseat (the baby's carseat is in the middle) and turned the volume up really high, if the boys would be able to hear. Kind of like surround sound.... Don't mind me, my technically challenged brain is rambling again...