Pyle Audio/Video For Your Ride

Do these come with the headphones? The Spec page only lists the headrests and remotes in the box.

Do you have a list of vehicles these in-dash units will fit?

If it’s not listed or shown with headphones, it does not.

If you have more questions, could you please mention which one you’re asking about? It kinda speeds things up.

Someone smart me on the RBPLA2220 2 Channel 2400 Watt Bridgeable Mosfet Amplifier and RBPLAM2001D Class D Monoblock

particularly as they may relate to the RBPLBASS2.8 (or two) 8’’ Super Slim in the back fo my checy crew cab.

These in-dash units are intended for professional installation or a real savvy DIY person. If you’re not that savvy person, you should probably refer to a specialist to see what will fit your car and what is required to install an after-market unit.

From the vendor:

Our units conform to standard Single din size and Double din size. Single din is the most universal and can be used in just about any vehicle. Double din is a bit more vehicle specific.

For any customers looking to research what will for and what dash kits or wire harnesses are necessary for fitment have them use the vehicle fit guide on this website.

Pyle RBPL70HDT Adjustable Hideaway Headrest 7’’ TFT Video Monitor w/Built-In Multimedia Disc/USB/SD Player & Wireless IR/FM Transmitter/Built-in 32 Video Game System (Tan)

How do I know if this will fit my car? 2013 Kia Optima.

How about audio or GPS for motorcycles

Thanks Thunder Thighs. Sorry for not giving the deets. I was asking about the There is a picture of the headphones but they are not mentioned as being in the box.

Unless we updated it since you saw it, I’m seeing headphones listed in the features and “In the box”.

In The Box:

(2) Pyle RBPLD76TN Adjustable Headrests w/ Built-In 7’’ TFT/LCD Monitor
(2) IR Wireless Headphones

Probably same as I mentioned above, check with an installation expert.

It blows my mind that you have a product on your website and you have no idea what vehicles it’s compatible with… This seems kind of backwards, god forbid you need to return it.

A single DIN stereo is compatible with any vehicle that has a single DIN space. It’s not very complex.

Your Kia is a double DIN, but it’s also a pain to do because it (like most cars these days) has BS shaped panels around it, and it’ll have to be swapped out. There are other things to take into account, like do you have built-in navigation? Infinity sound system?

Don’t start with a stereo, with replacing the junk factory speakers. If you want more out of your system, look at dash installation kits before picking a HU. Metro makes one for '11+ Optimas. It’s a double DIN, but also has an adapter to install a single DIN if you so choose.

Also, don’t buy Pyle. Seriously. Don’t.

It blows my mind that you can’t do a little basic research to answer this question for yourself. Don’t expect Woot! to know the dash dimensions of every car on the market. Look up the device on Pyle’s website. Measure the space available in your car. If A > B, congratulations! It will fit!

I am looking at the “Pyle RBPLR17MPUA,” “Pyle RBPLR24MPM,” and the “Pyle RBPLR16MPF.” Those are the three units that are $19.99. If I put in an SD card with podcasts in folders, will I be able to see a menu or file folders on the display? Or will I just need to press “next, next, next” until I get to the podcast I want?