Audiovox ADV200S DVD Player User Manual

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Important Notice
An LCD panel and/or video monitor may be installed in a motor vehicle and visible to the driver if the LCD panel or video monitor is used
for vehicle information, system control, rear or side observation or navigation. If the LCD panel or video monitor is used for television
reception, video or DVD play, the LCD panel or video monitor must be installed so that these features will only function when the vehicle
is in “park” or when the vehicle’s parking brake is applied.
An LCD panel or video monitor used for television reception, video or DVD play that operates when the vehicle is in gear or when the
parking brake is not applied must be installed to the rear of the driver’s seat where it will not be visible, directly or indirectly, to the
operator of the motor vehicle.
Do not use any solvents or cleaning materials when cleaning the video monitor.
Do not use any abrasive cleaners, they may scratch the screen. Use only a lightly dampened lint free cloth to wipe the screen if it is dirty.
Lock the LCD screen in the fully closed position when not in use.
Before putting on headphones always adjust the volume setting to the lowest position.
Remember to leave the dome light switch in the off or auto positions when the vehicle is unattended, as the dome lights, if left on, can drain
the vehicle’s battery.
Do not put pressure on the screen.
Caution children to avoid touching or scratching the screen, as it may become dirty or damaged.
Television Reception
This entertainment system is designed primarily for viewing prerecorded movies or playing video games. Television reception in a moving
vehicle will be limited and in some areas will not be possible due to weak and variable signal strength. Television viewing in a stationary
vehicle will result in an improvement, but may still be marginal due to signal strength. The quality of the picture will not be consistent with
home TV reception. Reception may be affected by weather and distance from TV station. A weak signal may cause the picture to roll, be
snowy, or cause some color loss.
Licensed under one or more of the following patents,
Patent NOS. 5,775,762 and 5,927,784