Colonial – Bus AV Systems – Informational Blog 2013.07.23

What should you consider when sizing your AV system?

Colonial – Bus AV Systems – Informational Blog 2013.07.23

What do you want or need? The AV components involved in the selection process are: radio receiver, DVD player, monitor, MP3 input and Satellite receiver. Most of the components specified in the deluxe systems will include all the items previously listed on a touch pad and may even have an incorporated back-up monitor.

The radio receiver is a fancy name for radio. Many of the buses include an AM/FM receiver as standard equipment and most have an AM/FM/CD.

If you chose to have a DVD player, it will probably be included with your AM/FM/CD/DVD receiver. The amount and size of monitors will not be included in your DVD purchase and are sold individually. A common monitor configuration is a flat screen on the front bulkhead with flip down monitors in the aisle. Of course monitor locations depend on the size and mounting options.

The MP3 player jack is a small hole in the dash or front of the stereo receiver. It is connected electronically to the stereo system which will allow an iPod type device to be attached for music selection.

If you decide to offer your passengers satellite radio, its best to include the option when purchasing your sound system and can be included with your AM/FM receiver. However, if not, no worries. The satellite companies offer an aftermarket receiver which can easily be added to your vehicle.

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