Farenheit TID-831NRB DVD receiver: the Big Screen comes to the dashboard
Ken Nail has written about car audio for Crutchfield since 2003, after four years as Crutchfield Sales Advisor, and 10 years as a music teacher. He's an avid music listener, whose favorites are classical and film music. When not chained to a desk, Ken spends most of his time training for triathlons and marathons, and likes getting outside for backpacking, downhill skiing, and bicycle touring. He attended West Virginia University, where he received a Master's Degree in Music Performance and a Bachelor's Degree in History.
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We get to see some pretty cool gear come through the door at Crutchfield, but the Farenheit TID-831NRB really turned some heads. Most in-dash DVD receivers with retractable screens have a 7-inch screen, but Farenheit has broken through with a model that packs an 8.3-inch screen inside the chassis of the receiver.
Some clever engineering and space management is the key. Rather than try to explain it, here's a short video I took so you could see how Farenheit got that big screen into that little slot for yourself. And yes, the Farenheit TID-831NRB screen deployment looks that cool in real life.