noun (Automotive engineering: Vehicle components, Lighting and electrical/electronic systems) In-car entertainment is a sound system consisting of, for example, a radio or compact disc player, that is designed for easy operation by the driver, and to be unaffected by vibration. In larger vehicles, this system can include television and DV ⇒ The in-car entertainment market is growing as the technology such as DVD and home theater equipment has been adapted for the road. ⇒ The basic car radio was the standard in-car entertainment for many years, until the digital era took hold. ⇒ A threadlike wire antenna along the edge of the windshield pulls in a signal strong enough for an in-car entertainment system.
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