4 Headphones 1 Remote for Chevrolet Suburban, GMC Yukon, Escalade, Tahoe, Acadia, Buick Enclave, Pontiac Montana, Terraza, Saturn Relay, Silverado, Outlook, Denali Description
If your GM vehicle is equipped with an IR DVD system, these will work for you! Passive noise-cancelling headphones make use of the noise-canceling characteristics of their materials that are much like the soundproofing materials used in home theater systems. These passive noise-canceling headphones are composed of layers of materials packed with high-density foam and other noise-filtering materials. These soundproofing materials are very effective against high frequency sounds. They are able to reduce noise levels to about fifteen to twenty decibels. How to use your headphones: * Please make sure that users of the headphones are sitting in the rear seat of the vehicle with a clear line-of-sight to the DVD player. For security reasons, the headphones will not work in the front seat, or while outside of the vehicle. * Please make sure that you try both channels on the headphone (there is a Channel switch on the side of the headphone) as your vehicle may be transmitting on either channel 1 or 2. Using the wrong channel will cause intermittent sound issues. * Please check to see that the batteries in the headphones are inserted properly, and that they are charged. * Please make sure the headphones are being worn properly – there is an IR receiver on the headphone to receive the signal from the DVD player. If this receiver is on the wrong side of the head, it will point away from the DVD screen. Each side of the headphone has a letter to guide the wearer: ‘L’ for left and ‘R’ for right. * Please check that the volume on your DVD player (and on the headphones) is not turned all the way down.