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Design for rear seat car entertainment (over-head video and headrest dvd), support Infrared wireless connection via IR transmitter ( battery needed,not included),dual channel and intuitive volume control for the setup
UNIVERSAL COMPATIBILITY – Compatible with Volvo,Dodge,Chrysler,GMC Yukon,Cadillac Escalade,Uplander,Tahoe,Acadia,Buick Enclave,Pontiac Montana SV6,Terraza,Saturn Relay,Equinox,TOYOTA,LEXUS,Honda and more original car DVD system / aftermarket Headrest video player (DO NOT SUPPORT DIGITAL IR system started from 2017 and newer vehicles, do not support wireless playback for portable DVD players)
Adjustable leatherette padded headband and lightweight construction for comfort
Comes with 3.5mm audio cable, you can use it to connect the car stereo or other CD DVD players, iPad
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|Item Weight||8 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||7.8 x 6.1 x 1.7 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||TOPXCE-2020X|
|Infrared wireless audio playback, detachable cable for standard connection|
4.3 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank|| |
#30,457 in Automotive (See Top 100 in Automotive)
|Shipping Weight||8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Date First Available||December 14, 2019|
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Works perfectly in our Toyota Sienna. Easy to put two aaa batteries in. Little lever on the side to switch through two channels and to on/off. I ended up buying a second pair, so each of my kids have one. Work great! And comfortable.
LOVE these headphones. Worth the investment. Made more sturdy than the ones that came with my 2011 Buick Enclave. Set-up was minimal. Just turned them on and they picked up the sound of the DVD player.. the cushions on the headphones are squishy; plenty comfortable for extended use. They are so worth the extra $10 compared to the other wireless car headphones on Amazon. So worth it!
As far as sound quality, volume control and battery life, I cannot speak to those. My son uses them. So far, heâs had no complaints? So I take that as a good sign!
Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2019
We bought these for vacation use in the car. Worked well with the DVD player and easy to adjust the sound. Kids didn’t complain about discomfort and they could easily turn them on. My only complaint would be how easy it was for my 3 year old to pull the squishy cushion off the headphones… I put those back on a few times before he lost the privilege of using them (it was a very long car ride). These saved the day and allowed us to listen to music while the kids watched a movie.
I bought these to go with my Volvo XC90 in-car factory DVD entertainment system to keep boys quiet for the long drive.These headphones work straight away in my car and I must say they’re much better than my previous owned XO wireless headphones ( ear coverings fell off and and rarely connects to the sound in the car).Very satisfied,recommend.
Reviewed in the United States on June 4, 2019
Work just like the dealership option (for a 2016 Odyssey) minus the $160+ pricetag. Kids don’t seem to tell the difference; I actually like the fact that the unit has an on-off switch (unlike the Honda ones) which helps to make the batteries last longer. WIll be buying more as the original ones fall apart, which they do.
Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2019
Really, this gets 3.5 stars, but let’s round this up. For it to be a 5-star product, it would need to have these following attributes as well (IMHO): a> the design pop and upgraded look of a PURO brand headphone â¦ however, that may not be a fair comparison as PURO only produces Bluetooth enabled headphones; b> softer/thicker ear cushions and the option of purchasing extra ones a la carte; c> the availability of color coded “skins” for purchase so that there is more than just black as the only option.
But the kids (they are age 9 and 11) seem to find them comfortable enough.
From my perspective, while it works, the look and feel reflects that of a $20’ish product – somewhat flimsy and aesthetically muted. On the other hand, there just aren’t that many dual-channel IR phones you’ll find in the Amazon-sphere anyway. The additional plusses here are that the headphones do “fold flat” to help save on space; you can adjust the headband’s length (so it can fit around an adult’s head or a kidâs head although the earpiece is a bit small for grown-ups); and there is an auto-off feature (which I haven’t actually tested but did read about it in the description), so you get a lot of bang for a “double sawbuck.” Although, I did wish that it came with a carrying case of some kind.
What about the volume levels? Well, I purchased these IR headphones because I had just installed an in-headrest DVD system in my car. By using the tiny DVD headrest speakers and turning the volume up all the way (to setting #15), I’d say that the volume maxes out at about 65 db. When then plugging in the headphone using the included 3.5mm headphone jacks, the volume you’ll hear mirrors at 65db. Even if you move the headphone’s volume control/dial, the volume will remain at a constant 65 db. Weird, huh?. So, the decibel level when using the headphone jack will remain constant and equal to the decibel level of the DVD’s speaker volume.
But, you’re buying this for its IR capability. And, it performs as expected. If the DVD headrest’s setting is turned to “IR A” and your headphone is switched to Channel A, you’ll have the wireless connection; if the DVD headrest’s setting is turned to “IR B” and your headphone is switched to Channel B, you’ll have the wireless connection. Interestingly though, when paired wirelessly, you can actually control the volume using the volume dial on your headrest. You can dial it all the way down to 0 decibels. But, weirdly, you can dial this all the way up to a point where it sounds to me like you’re hitting the 100 db range. So, you may need to monitor at what levels your kids are listening because your kids can dial it up to unsafe listening levels.
Sound quality? It’s fine. No need for a lot of descriptors here. It works as advertised.
I am satisfied enough, and it is good enough to recommend.
Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2019
We had a DVD player installed in our vehicle. The stock headphones that came with the DVD player are uncomfortable for adults and kids, and the quality is terrible. I purchased these for my son and he loves them. They fit him well and the sound quality is great. All I had to do was install the batteries and it picked up the signal with no problem.
Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2019
I used these headphones for my 3 year olds twins and my 5 year old on a 13 hour trip. They worked great and my kids did not complain once about the headphones bothering their ears. They headphones seem very durable too as one pair took a beating from my little boy and kept on working!