Almost everybody knows the rule of 10 when it comes to word of mouth.The happy customer tells one person while the dissatisfied customer will let 10 people know about the bad service they have received.Nowhere else in the field of ecommerce is this more important than when trading car DVD players. The average car stereo DVD doesn't only attract the person who wants to do the car DVD installation itself, it also involves a whole lot of specific data which plays an important part in how well the car DVD player will work in the car.
It is absolutely essential that you cover the following things in your listing: The file formats and discs it plays The exact size of the player The condition of the player The TV signals it is compatible with The inputs and outputs it has The voltage the car DVD operates inSo why do you need to list these things and exactly how do you do it?*The file formats and discs The days of there being two or three formats and two or three disc types are over TOPDON ArtiLink201. Nowadays people expect the car DVD to be able to handle CD-R CD-RW and VCD discs.
A good example might be: Discs: DVD, CD, VCD Formats Played: - Video Formats: AVI, DIVX - Audio Formats: MP3, WMA - Picture Formats: JPEG, GIF*The exact size of the player A common misconception about the car DVD player is that it just comes in two sizes: 1 DIN and 2 DIN.In fact, the Deutsches Institut für Normung system just refers to the width and height of the unit and the depth of a player can vary a great deal. Not only that but some car DVDs have an extremely large face plate which could obstruct/be obstructed by other elements in the dash.
*The Inputs And Outputs It Has The car DVD player is more than a glorified stereo that just shows movies these days Autel MaxiSys MS906BT. It is a hub which can accept information from peoples iPods, USB sticks or SD cards; help people reverse safer, and - in the case of in dash car DVD players - feed video and sound footage to screens and speakers in the back of the car.
However putting the voltage the DVD player for the car operates in is important as not doing so could result in a short, which would lead to your customers' brand new automotive DVD not working at all, or working at a lower voltage and not working as well as it should.Only by giving customers the information they need in your listing will you be able t o guarantee a happy customer at the end of the day.In this way your popularity will be increased as a seller and more customers will be attracted to your listings.List irresistible car DVD player models that make writing listings easy. Visit or paste this URL into your address bar: