I agree Shawn, the price needs to come way down. I don't think many people care about watching live TV in cars anyway. There's a screen in my wife's van and I've never once thought "Wow, I wish I could use that small screen to watch what I'm already DVR'ing at home".
I would hazard a guess that the large majority of people watching TV in cars are kids who just want to see the same Teletubby DVD again again anyway.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
HAHAHAHH I soccer moms and soccer dad running around in a minivan watching tv, OH GOD i'm using public transportation!
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Signal at highway speeds huh? Will I still get signal when i'm blasting down the highway at 120mph in my Mustang?! :-D lol
I can see this becoming a feature offered in luxo vehicles in the future. I'd put it in my car if it wasn't so expensive.
TV in cars is a bad idea unless it's in the back seat and turned down. Talk about distracted driving,.........
This idea will bomb out due to crappy-bo-bappy signal issues.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
Well two things:
1. If the signal is via Satellite, and reliable, this could work.
2. This would be good for passengers in the back seat or truck drivers taking a break.
It's like a pocket rocket you can have all the time! TV tuners is a must on a car, you can't enjoy TV viewing without a good reception! My car has antenna but gives a poor reception at high speed when I bolted Antenna Nut Socket the tuning become responsive but satisfactory only.
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