If you have a new(er) Dodge Caravan or Chrysler Town & Country with an overhead DVD screen with the DVD player in your dash but didn't get wireless headphones because you bought a SWB (short wheel base) model but would like to add them then let me know and I can help.
I bought a 2005 model Caravan with single disc DVD player (w/remote) and wanted to have the wireless headphones like the Grand Caravan's have. I was told many things from differnt dealers and no one was able to help. So I put up a lot of time and money and figured it out. It takes a later model (2003-2004) 6 disc in dash DVD changer with 900MHZ RF transmitter and matching headphones. The newest version of this DVD player uses an IR transmitter and IR headphones but requires a seperate IR transmitter.
I set up a web page to help out with this just in case some one here ends up in the same situation.
Re: Dodge Caravan with DVD player and no headphones
So if you pass another Grand Caravan, or T&C, or even Voyager for that matter, do you hear their movie playing in your headphones? No wonder they switched to IR [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/grinser2.gif[/img]
Re: Dodge Caravan with DVD player and no headphone
Place any reflective object (just white paper will do) in front of the IR transmitter and you can listen from the front seat.
On the other hand, in the US it is illegal to wear head phones that block sound from entering both ears while driving (or even while riding a bicycle IIRC). The concern is that you won't hear horns and emergency sirens.