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Car Video: Articles & Videos

How to Choose a Mobile Video System

How to Choose a Mobile Video System

by Matt Freeman

From sleek, retractable in-dash televisions to high-performance monitors, from in-dash DVD players to easy-add-on portable systems, it's obvious that mobile video is here to stay.

 
The advantages of having a touchscreen receiver in your car

The advantages of having a touchscreen receiver in your car

by Dominic Devito

Why put a large-screen receiver in your dash? Large touchscreens, loads of built-in features, and easy viewability are just some of the advantages to building your stereo around one of these receivers. You'll also have expansion options like navigation and a rear-view camera available in the future.

 

How to Install a Mobile Video System: General Tips

by Crutchfield Writing Team

Automotive video system components vary by manufacturer, but there are a few general rules you can follow when installing a car video system. Check them out here.

 

Car Video FAQ

by Crutchfield Writing Team

Why would I want a car video system? How do I put together a mobile video system? Do I have to buy everything for my system at one time? What about multi-channel sound mobile theater? Plus more...

 
Mobile Video Installation Guide

Mobile Video Installation Guide

by Todd Cabell

Our exclusive Mobile Video Installation Guide provides details on suggested system layouts and wiring routes for several major types of mobile video systems. The large, easy-to-read format is modeled on our MasterSheet® instructions, and includes helpful diagrams and a list of the tools you'll need.

 
Car Video Glossary

Car Video Glossary

by Crutchfield Writing Team

Learn about the features and technical specifications you'll encounter when checking out mobile video systems.

 
Vizualogic's Dual Headrest Monitor Package

Vizualogic's Dual Headrest Monitor Package

by Charlie Pastorfield

Learn how to install a first-rate backseat mobile video system. Charlie Pastorfield reviews his installation of Vizualogic's dual headrest monitor package in a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado.

 
Crutchfield ShortTakes Video: Portable Video in Your Car

Crutchfield ShortTakes Video: Portable Video in Your Car

by Todd Cabell

This brief video shows you how to install and use a portable video player in your car.

 
Crutchfield Labs: open for business

Crutchfield Labs: open for business

by Steve Kindig

Our new in-house Labs will help us dig even deeper into the equipment we sell. From acoustically optimized listening rooms to advanced test benches, we'll bring you meaningful measurements along with real-world impressions from our savvy experts.

 
Video: Introducing the Crutchfield Labs

Video: Introducing the Crutchfield Labs

by Steve Kindig

Steve, Crutchfield A/V Editor, gives us a tour of the Crutchfield Labs. He talks about why we built the Labs and how they can help us find you the right gear.

 
Video: Kenwood LZ-T700 Touchscreen Display for DNN Receivers

Video: Kenwood LZ-T700 Touchscreen Display for DNN Receivers

by Zak Billmeier

Made to link wirelessly to a Kenwood DNN990HD or DNN770HD navigation receiver, the LZ-T700 acts like a backseat tablet, providing your passengers with all the audio and video content available through the in-car network that you set up through your Kenwood DNN receiver, your compatible smart phone or other Wi-FiĀ® source, and the LZ-T700 7" touchscreen.