|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||3.6 x 6.1 x 8.9 inches|
|Item model number||PLHR77|
|Display Type||TFT LCD|
|Height (inches)||4 inches|
|Width (inches)||7 inches|
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PYLE PLHR77 7'' Wide Screen TFT LCD Video Monitor w/Headrest Shroud and Universal Stand
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- 7''Tft LCD Active Matrix Video Monitor - Earphone Jack (3.5mm) Audio Output - Dimension: 7.60''W X 5.24''H X 0.98''D
- 16:9 Wide Screen - Two RCA Video Inputs
- PAL/NTSC System - AV input jack(3.5mm)
- High Resolution: 480 X 234 - Power Supply: Dc12v
- Wireless Remote Control - Headrest Shroud & Universal Stand Mount
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Portable, Affordable Monitor For Your Car, Home, or Business
The Pyle PLHR77 is a simple, easy-to-install portable 7-inch widescreen LCD-TFT monitor for your car or home, featuring a brilliant picture at a high 1440 x 234 resolution.
You can install it into your car seat headrest by custom-fitting it into the headrest itself, and the included headrest shroud helps make sure it fits perfectly in your car. You can also use the monitor on your dashboard or center console with the included universal stand.
Many Ways to Use Your Monitor
The PLHR77 comes with two video inputs and can be used for almost anything requiring video. Install a camera in the back of your car and use the PLHR77 as a backup monitor so you always know where you're going -- and since the unit comes with two video inputs, you can hook up a DVD player or videogame system at the same time.
This unit also features audio inputs, so you can listen to music, movies, or play games using the headphone jack: that way the backseat passenger can have a blast while the driver gets peace and quiet.
Full-Function Wireless Remote
A full-function wireless remote is included, so you can change channels and adjust settings without having to get out of your seat. It’s so powerful it even works from the front seat!
Built-in Monitor Controls
You can also tweak your monitor’s display using the built-in monitor controls. Too much contrast? Not enough saturation? No problem! Just use the included full-function remote to wirelessly adjust your monitor’s settings so you can get a picture that’s perfect for you.
Top Customer Reviews
For those interested in aspects of how this monitor works, I will here provide some notes to fill you in with information not found in the product web page or the other reviews for this product.
1. This monitor comes mounted in a frame that can be used to recess the unit into a wall. If you mount it using the frame, you will not be using the included stand shown with the product. In order to remove the LCD panel from this frame you have to press two rectangular buttons on the right and left sides of the panel facing the front. These are releases. To use the stand instead, there is a little square nut that slides into a slot on the back of the unit which you will only see if you remove it from the frame that it comes in. This is connected to the machine screw with tightening knob that is part of the stand. There is another knob that allows the monitor to rotate up or down relative to the base. There is no adjustment to swivel the screen from side to side.
2. This monitor only takes a color composite signal as video input.Read more ›
-Wide screen, 2 RCA Video inputs (for DVD Player/Backup Camera)
-User Friendly controls
-Video Quality 3.5/5
-RCA Audio input
-Video input (Front)
-w/Stand and headrest frame
-Easy to install
-No Built-in Speaker so you must have an earphone
-No RCA Audio output only front 3mm heaphone output(Front)
-No wiring diagram/no proper instruction so installing this
gadget without electronic skill is a little bit tricky..
so far its working fine, this LCD is good for a surveillance monitor,
car backup monitor and I plan to use this as a computer monitor
but you must purchase a 12V adapter to use it, (Requires electronic
skill in installing this gadget)
There are 4 mounting holes for screws in the shroud behind the screen, I just made some simple aluminum brackets to thread the screws into and clamp onto the bars inside my headrests. No sweat.
For the few reviews that refer to U-shaped areas of dead pixels, don't listen to those idiots. They're talking about the mark that's on the protective film over the screen, so that you remember to remove it.
I especially like the single cable going to the monitor for Power, Audio and Video (and long enough to reach the 3rd row)
I wish it had an auto power cord - but the "Roadpro 12V Fused Replacement Cigarette Lighter Plug with Leads" available on Amazon works perfectly with this.
I have not tested the audio - I use the vehicle sound system.
I requested a replacement and it has the same "U" shaped cluster of dead pixels and the head jacks are also broken.
The second one sits on my computer desk as my security camera monitor and is on 6 to 8 hours a day everyday. The color picture is great and when the camera transitions to infared at night I don;t have to make any adjustments to the brightness or contrast.
As far as other users comments I would say mounting this on an oven hood is probably not a good idea with the amount of steam, grease and extreme temperatures it would be exposed to.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Like the product quality for the price I paid. Picture quality is pretty good.
One of them sometimes comes off the headrest but not sure if that's a manufacturing... Read more
Can't beat the price. A few dead pixels on the lower left side of the screen since new, but has worked great. Read morePublished 11 months ago by EBlack
Everything you need in a monitor for the great price likewise it's awesome!Published 13 months ago by Johnny Q
I've bought 3 of these in the last few months. The most recent one died after two weeks use. One of the ones I've had for a few months is starting to act up. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Craig A. Grabowski