Product Type: Ripspeed in Car Audio
Newest Review: ... there is quite alot of wires. Once disconnected we then started to install the Ripspeed DV720. First thing we done was ... more
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Generic Replacement Remote Control RIPSPEED DV720
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Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
Customer Ripspeed DV720 Reviews (5)
by - written on 15/05/09 (Very useful, 2318 readings)
My friend has owned the Ripspeed DV720 for around nine months now, and aside from one problem with the unit, it is a very good in car DVD player especially considering the money. Typically this will be seen in Halfords for around £250 and when you look at it, it really does look like a well thought out stereo. It is black and when the screen is not up it has a blue lit screen which looks nice and is not too obtrusive. The buttons do feel slightly cheap but they have not worn or fell off so they do seem to hold up well. The main attraction to a lot of people would be the flip out 7 inch DVD screen, which can be used to play DVD's and also to show radio ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/09 (Very useful, 3101 readings)
A friend of mine purchased a Ripspeed DV720 head unit a few months back and he has been raving on about it ever since. Since his head gasket went on his vehicle, and rendering his car useless for a couple of months he persuaded me to borrow the Ripspeed ("head unit") so I could see how 'amazing' it really is. I have now been using this piece of kit for the last three weeks, during which I must say I have not really warmed to it and am looking forward to getting my JVC back in my car. However, I thought I had better let you all know about my experiences with the Ripspeed DV720. ****Installation**** Like all modern stereo/DVD ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/12 (Very useful, 556 readings)
When I bought my Golf GTi I was lucky enough to find one of these little poor souls hiding away in my boot! I couldn't believe it as I thought it looks like a cracking car audio system as it even had a remote. So I gave my friend Michelle a call and asked her to come over to help me out on a little project. On her arrival I showed her the Ripspeed DV720 and explained that I found it in my boot and that I wanted to give it to her. Of course she was happy with this when I explained to her that these had pretty heavy price tags and I wanted someone to enjoy the use of it rather than lying in a boot or a drawer. So off we went out into the car to set this bad boy up. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/09 (Useful, 445 readings)
The best thing about the Ripspeed DV720 is definately the great price it can be bought for it can be bought online for just over £200 which is fantastic for a DVD player. The player looks really expensive as well with a nice finish and a DVD screen which folds away when not in use. I have to say that I found the player very difficult to install in my car and while i'm no car expert I have fitted a good few radios in my time. The wiring for the DVD player function takes a lot of working out. The main disadvantage which i have found so far is that the quality of sound is a little bit poor. It seems to me that they have put all the effort into the DVD ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/09 (Useful, 1285 readings)
i had this DVD/car sterio for my birthday for my car and i have to say its GREAT! i had it installed by the shop and have never had a problem with it, it comes with a remote control so its just like using the DVD player at home. both picture and sound quality is brill, it definatly beats a standard car sterio. you can also hook up a sub woofer to it and extra screens to go on the back of the headrests. It opens and closes motorised, not like some of the cheaper ones that you have to push and pull to get the screen out. it has loads of different sound settings you can choose from or you can set the base, treble etc yourself. it is not recomended that you ... Read the complete review
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