Pyle Authentic Classical Themed Home Telephone System – Integrated Speaker & 3.5mm Audio Input J

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Pyle Authentic Classical Themed Home Telephone System – Integrated Speaker & 3.5mm Audio Input J

$129.99 $86.36

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1 review for Pyle Authentic Classical Themed Home Telephone System – Integrated Speaker & 3.5mm Audio Input J

  1. wz72w9ni70@gmail.com
    3 out of 5

    Not all it’s cracked up to beout of 5 starsSeems like you get a lot with this pcagake. However, when you start taking into account some of them don’t work, or work properly, it really boils down to very little. We’ve had this set for over 6 months now. First, the setup is not for an amateur. You either need to have this professionally installed, or know a lot about wiring yourself. We did it ourselves, and although we thought we knew plenty, there really is no way to do it yourself in a professional-looking way. It doesn’t say this outright in the description, but you cannot just plug this in to your car’s lighter plug and be ready to go. You have to wire it yourself into the car’s electrical system. Pain in the butt. And to hook the two components together so that you have the functionality it brags about of sharing one DVD with the other screen? NOT user friendly at all.Second, DVD menus are inaccessible for the most part. You just have to pop the DVD in and it plays what it wants. It will pick up where it left off when you start up again, but sometimes it just won’t play at all anymore and the only fix is to take out the DVD and play another one. Then MAYBE your original one will work again, when it feels like it. It is very unpredictable. One of our DVD movies will only play the bonus features and not the movie. And again, no title menu to access to fix it. Very odd.Third, the wireless game remotes don’t work at all. I mean, AT ALL. Just throw those in the garbage. And even the wired ones are pretty useless. It came with 4 and within a week we were down to one. They are cheap and break very easily.So, as far as having a DVD system in the car with two separate players it’s great. But keep in mind all the bells and whistles this promises are irrelevant. Would I buy it again? Maybe. Wish I could have spent less on it. Would I get excited about all the extras again? No way.


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