Hey ozTim... I actually have these monitors in my Nitro. I thought I had a pic up of them, but I guess not. Unfortunately, I'm at work and can't get to them though.
Let's see if I can hit on most of the things I've noticed with them..
The monitors do fit with no modifications. The poles on the headrests are adjustable, so they fit with no problem. They poles don't have notches in them though, so the headrest will sit all the way down on the seat. I was able to run the wires down the seat insides with a little work. (A coat hanger and some string should help.) I then ran the wires through the middle console up to the radio. (Another note, the wires weren't completely long enough to reach the radio. They reached to about the shifter area. I then added a splitter and an extension so it could reach the radio.)
Also, the basic profile of the headrest is different and the spot where your head sits is actually back further than the stock, which may be uncomfortable if you are the type of person who actually leans your head against the seat. (Plus, there's probably some safety thing here about the headrest stopping your head when your airbag goes off or something..
) I think this would be a problem with any aftermarket drop in headrest though as the stock ones are oddly shaped.
There is a secondary hookup that does not run down the pole, but instead hangs out where the pole goes into the headrest. Pic below. The wire hangs out around 5 inches and has a basic 1/8" headphone jack. They can be tucked into the monitor when not being used. The box includes the wires that attach to this so you can plug in the other audio/video device. The connectors are RCA male connectors, which is kinda stupid as most devices you are going to hook up are also male connectors, so you need some kind of female to female convertor to hook anything up.
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I got the gray ones and i have the khaki interior. My seats are dark gray, but they have the light gray stripe in them. For whatever reason no one seems to notice that there is a big light gray headrest sitting on a dark gray seat. Odd, but a bonus. =)
The monitors do not auto turn on, and there is no feature that I could find in the monitors so that they would auto turn on. I instead modified the monitors with a schematic I found on the internet so that they would auto turn on with the radio. It involved some resisitors and a relay and cost around 8 bux per monitor to do. I don't have the link to the schematic here at work. Hopefully I'll remember when I get home and update the post.
The information listed on their website is also incorrect. They are not 16:9 monitors, they are 4:3. But they are so big, most people don't notice.
The quality of the monitors is pretty good. Don't expect HD quality, but they are pretty good, especially if it's just to keep the kids occupied. They can be a little washed out at times, but then again I don't sit back there, so I don't care.
All in all, for the money, even though they are 4:3 monitors, it is a good deal. Especially for a monitor that big.
If I can help with anything else, let me know.
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