Much like its predecessors this system is great for someone looking for something that’s straightforward, easy to install, and has high end features that are not available on any other dash cam.
The Original Dash Cam Plus is small in size but has some truly remarkable and unique features. Most notably, it has a customizable full 1080p recording capability, an HDMI output to connect to a larger monitor, can take up to 12mp photographs but what really sets this guy apart are it Lane departure and collision warning systems.
The dash cam plus has a stop and go warning system, a forward collision system that alerts you when your getting too close to the vehicle in front of you and my personal favorite feature a lane departure warning system to avoid hitting vehicles next to you.
This video is a quick walkthrough of the Original Dash Cam Plus.
Enjoy all the benefits that come with the new blind spot detection technology by adding it to your current vehicle. These universal blind spot sensors can fit any vehicle and will help you avoid some easily preventable accidents.
The Safesight BSS200 comes with two sensors that have to be installed on the side of the vehicle. Once the sensor pick up an object, two small warning modules will light up bright orange to alert you of the vehicle.
The Crimestopper BSD-754 comes with two front sensors and two rear sensors for even greater detection capability. You will be alerted if you try to make a lane change and some other vehicle is in your blind spot.
These blind spot detection systems are conveniently small and can be placed anywhere on the vehicle but are bright enough that they are very easy to use.
Having three or four subwoofers in your trunk playing at full volume as your driving is nice, but contrary to popular belief a sub-woofer is good for more than just waking up the neighborhood.
A good car subwoofer can enhance your listening experience by providing deep rich bass and by working in unison with the cars speakers, covering every note in the musical spectrum.
Pioneer has always done an excellent job with all of their audio components including their subwoofers. They are relatively inexpensive and all three models are under $120 but they do an excellent job of providing a nice controlled bass.
This years’ shallow mount subwoofers come in an 8 inch, 10 inch and 12 inch size. No matter which one you get the beauty of these subs is that they have an extremely slim design with a mounting depth at under 3 inches for the smallest 8 inch model and under 4 inches for the 10 and 12 inch subs. This means that these subs are designed to fit just about anywhere including under a seat.
The 8 inch sub has 600 watt max rating and 150 watt rms power handling, while the 10 inch has a 1200 watt max rating and 300 watt rms rating, and finally the 12 inch has a 1500 watt max power rating and 400 watt rms rating, so size definitely does effects the power output, and its good to keep that in mind when deciding which subwoofer is the best for you.
The Rockford Fosgate name has always stood for quality and there shallow mount subwoofers with enclosures do not disappoint in carrying on that tradition. Both Subwoofer and enclosure are made with quality components for a deep rich bass.
Typically Rockford subs sound just as good as they look and this years shallow mount subs with enclosure are no different. The advantage to buying sub that is pre-enclosed is that the manufacturer has mathematically designed an enclosure that provides the best possible performance.
This series are known as the Rockford Fosgate Prime line of shallow mount subwoofers and what Rockford Fosgate considers their entry level. These shallow subs have an affordable price tag at under $120.
The 10 inch sub with enclosure has a 200 watt rms rating while the 12 inch sub comes in at 250 rms, so if you’re looking for the most bang for your buck so to speak the 12 inch does pack more power.
If you’re looking to maximize space both units are equally thin with a max depth of 5.25 inches and have the same height of 13.5 inches. But where these units truly vary is the enclosure width, the 10 inch has a with of just over 19 inches while the 12 inch just over 27 inches.
All three are available at http://www.qualtiymobilevideo.com, they all come with a 30 day return policy and a 1 year warranty
What’s up guys its ray with quality mobile video and you know friend of the Jimmy, now that winter is nearing its end and spring right around the corner that means its time to start gearing up for the summer.
We have the latest marine gear from all the top manufacturers including Pioneer, Clarion and Sony.
All marine products are splash-proof and made to be withstand the rigors of the open water. If you really want to get the party started this summer you want to start with a good stereo and the Clarion M502 is one of the best marine units we carry. This splash-proof radio has cutting edge Bluetooth technology and interactive Pandora.
Well just like its important to have a slashproof stereo it is just as important to have some marine speakers. Lets face it you’re gonna be out on the water so waterproof speakers are absolutely necessary. Pioneer marine speakers do an excellent job covering both the mid and high notes to all of your favorite songs.
For all of the party animals like Jimmy Clarion has always done a great job with their marine amps and the clarion XC6410 can add power to most systems with 4 channels and an adequate 600 watt max rating.
All this great marine audio equipment is available http://www.qualitymobilevideo.com, they all come with a 30 day return policy and a 1 year warranty. Jimmy thanks as always and well see you guys next time.
Learn How to Install Headrest Monitors With or Without Integrated DVD Players in Any Vehicle
Qualitymobilevideo.com has put together a detailed set of resources to help consumers install all of the latest dvd headrest monitors in their vehicles. We have developed printable instructions and how-to videos to better explain the headrest monitor installation process.
We have put together a set of resources that will help you to install your headrest video system. We have also partnered with InstallerNet to offer nationwide prepaid installation services if you feel that self installation is too much for you.
Make sure to use our web forum where you can post your projects and ask questions to further help you through your installation.
Installing cut in headrest monitors in a Chevy Suburban
To remove your factory headrests you will need to use a allen wrench or right angle pick. Simply insert the allen wrench or pick into the hole on the side of the headrest post and pull the headrest up.
Checking for clearance and proper placement
Use the trim ring or cutting template to properly place your headrest monitor on the headrest. Makes sure to have at least 3/8″ of an inch from each corner.
Using a ruler cut your X pattern
After determining your placement with the template, start to cut you headrests from opposite corner to opposite corner. By cutting this way you will create an X pattern. Make sure to use a straight edge and start your cut 3/8″ of an inch inside of the corner.
Double check your X pattern
Once you have cut your X pattern you will need to verify that you have 1/4″ to 3/8″ from each corner uncut.
Cut the foam padding for mounting shroud
You will need to determine the amount of foam you will need to remove in order to have the headrest shroud mount flush to the headrest surface. For most monitors that is usually 1″ of foam that needs to be removed. Begin cutting the outline of the monitor.
Pull the material back to prevent accidental damage
Carefully pull the headrest material back to cut the foam out of the headrest. Cut in small step and check against the headrest shroud. It better to make a bunch of small cuts instead of one deep cut.
Check the depth of cut
Double check the depth of cut by inserting the headrest bucket into the headrest to determine whether or not you have removed enough foam. As a rule of thumb, we cut and extra 1/4″ of foam out in order to have the headrest bucket look slightly recessed in the headrest.
Run your wires and install the headrest monitors
Run your power wires through the seat an install you headrest monitors with adhesive or screws.