Allows rear-seat passengers to view video, an option most often offered on minivans, crossovers, and SUVs. Earlier entertainment systems played VHS videotapes, but the current ones play DVDs, and a couple have recently graduated to Blu-ray. Some have a screen that drops from the ceiling behind the front seats; others locate the screen near the floor between the front seats; and some offer seat-back screens for in-your-face viewing. The video/DVD player is mounted low in the dashboard or between the front seats or in the front center console. Some systems allow front-seat passengers to listen to a separate audio source while those in back view videos. Wireless headphones, remote controls for the DVD player, and video-game ports and controls are typical accessories.