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By: Paul Larsky
As technology continues to advance, we are not only seeing thousands of new and innovative products being released at quick pace but also at inexpensive prices. When the original in-dash DVD players appeared many years ago, they were being sold for $1000 and up. These days, just about everyone can get an in-dash DVD player for just a fraction of the price. In this article, we will take a much deeper look at the Boss BV9990 in dash DVD player.

This specific in-dash DVD player features a terrific 7-inch touchscreen with a 1440 x 234 pixel resolution. That touchscreen was enough to make us want to get a closer look at this product. Besides having an impressive screen, the touchscreen itself can be oriented vertically so that you can have the best viewing angle.

While it's evident that the BV9990 in-dash player can play DVDs, it can handle many other formats also. You can apparently still play your regular CDs but in addition you can play VCDs, SVCDs, and even MP4 files which makes this an extremely versatile device. One of my favorite things about the Boss BV9990 is the fact that you can plug in an USB thumb drive or a SD card which contain your MP3S or WMA music files on them and play the music straight from there without the need to burn a disc.

Obviously, virtually everyone today owns some sort of MP3 player. Any of these units, iPod or Zune for instance, can easily be plugged in to the front of the in-dash DVD player. Also, there is an input where you could connect an optional rear view camera to your vehicle. That means you will be able to see what's behind your vehicle on your 7-inch touchscreen.

It should also be noted, this in-dash DVD player also has an am/fm tuner and a complete graphic equalizer display. The entire system has 85 watts of pure power so you have a great multi-media experience. In addition, this in-dash DVD player is quite expandable, having front and rear RCA outputs and also a subwoofer output. And something that I find very neat, a full wireless remote control to control the device. This feature is perfect for folks sitting in the back who want to deal with what's playing. So no more complaining or constant requests from the back seat.

To recap, the BV9990 is a really powerful in-dash player with numerous great features. With all that, you can pretty much find it at a starting price of merely $199, making it a fantastic value as well. So if you're on the hunt for a new car stereo or if you're simply thinking about upgrading your unit, the Boss BV9990 is the ideal unit for you to check out.

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