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Have a pair of wireless headphones FCC ID: CLV-AP2000R that I believe came out of a 2002-2004 Chrysler Mini Van. They worked off the DVD player that was installed in the vans. I was wondering if anyone new how to get them to work off my DVD player (Toshiba) in my home.

My guess would be the Van has a transmitter wired or pluged into the Vans DVD player that I would need to remove & wire into the headphone jack on my home DVD. :wub:

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Have a pair of wireless headphones FCC ID: CLV-AP2000R that I believe came out of a 2002-2004 Chrysler Mini Van. They worked off the DVD player that was installed in the vans. I was wondering if anyone new how to get them to work off my DVD player (Toshiba) in my home.

My guess would be the Van has a transmitter wired or pluged into the Vans DVD player that I would need to remove & wire into the headphone jack on my home DVD. :wub:

If you can find out what frequency the DVD player wireless link is at, you could buy a cheap pair of wireless cans of the same frequency and ditch the cans?

I've started to do something similar, converting my Bose Quiet comfort to wireless.

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Guest Brenhon

All You need is somthing that will Plug into the headphone jack Thats set to recive 900MHz signals, As this is what This particular Model of Headphones Transmits at.

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Have a pair of wireless headphones FCC ID: CLV-AP2000R that I believe came out of a 2002-2004 Chrysler Mini Van. They worked off the DVD player that was installed in the vans. I was wondering if anyone new how to get them to work off my DVD player (Toshiba) in my home.

My guess would be the Van has a transmitter wired or pluged into the Vans DVD player that I would need to remove & wire into the headphone jack on my home DVD. wub.gif

You'll certainly need a transmitter that has frequency matched to the headphones so, as you say, there must be one in the van. Go find it.

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