About Headrest Zipper Covers and Non-Covers
Most of OnFair headrest DVD player packages include the option to have or not have a zipper cover for the headrest pillow. Some models this is a FINAL decision when you order the headrest package. You can choose to permanently have a zipper cover included or no cover included. The cover is att...
HDMI Inputs for Headrest DVD Players
Some headrest DVD player packages have HDMI inputs and some do not. It's a feature that may or may not be important for you. Here's how you can use the HDMI input to determine if it's important.
With the HDMI input, you can connect external video sources that also use HDMI as the main connecti...
Pass-Through A/V for Headrests
Pass-through a/v is one of those features that some customers may not be thinking about or even know about before they buy headrests DVD players, but it may be a feature they're looking for. If you plan on connecting an external video source such as in-dash DVD player or external game system and...
What are Pixels in a Headrest Monitor?
The term pixel is short for “Picture Element”. A pixel is the smallest unit of an image. Pixels are usually round, rectangular or square and typically arranged into a square 2-dimensional grid but can sometimes be staggered as well. For LCD screens, most pixels will have 3 sub-pixels each with...
What is Aspect Ratio for Headrest Monitors?
The aspect ratio for headrest monitor screens is the ratio between the width of the monitor and the height of the monitor. There are 2 main aspect ratios used for headrest DVD players.
The 4:3 aspect ratio means the headrest monitor screen is 4/3 or 1.33 x wider than its height. This is an ol...
What is Headrest Monitor Screen Resolution?
The screen resolution for your headrest monitor is simply the number of pixels displayed horizontally and the number of pixels displayed vertically. The normal way screen resolution is written is 1280 x 800 for example. In this example, the screen would have 1280 pixels horizontally and have 80...