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Onboard Wi-Fi Entertainment

Posted on November 4, 2009
Setra offers Blaupunkt Professional Line series as its standard entertainment system, which includes 19-inch LCD, 5-screens with a DVD system and radio in its standard package.
For customers looking for extras, Setra can increase the number of monitors if a coach operators wants some of them to face fackwards.

Setra offers Blaupunkt Professional Line series as its standard entertainment system, which includes 19-inch LCD, 5-screens with a DVD system and radio in its standard package.

For customers looking for extras, Setra can increase the number of monitors if a coach operators wants some of them to face fackwards.

From Wi-Fi service to DVD systems to 110-volt outlets for charging any type of mobile communication device imaginable, passengers are used to having these amenities in their homes, and are increasingly requesting extra technology of coach operators.

Setra offers Blaupunkt Professional Line series as its standard entertainment system, which includes 19-inch LCD, 5-screens with a DVD system and radio in its standard package. For customers looking for extras, Setra can increase the number of monitors if a coach operators wants some of them to face fackwards.
Setra offers Blaupunkt Professional Line series as its standard entertainment system, which includes 19-inch LCD, 5-screens with a DVD system and radio in its standard package. For customers looking for extras, Setra can increase the number of monitors if a coach operators wants some of them to face fackwards.

Many coachbuilders are adding entertainment features for their riders, such as XM radio and satellite TV.

Big screen monitors are a popular feature on ABC Companies' coaches. Louis Hotard, director of technical services, says,

More and more coach builders are asking for charging stations for riders' iPods, laptops and cell phones. Over the past six months, ABC Companies has been selling lots of 110-volt power outlets.
More and more coach builders are asking for charging stations for riders' iPods, laptops and cell phones. Over the past six months, ABC Companies has been selling lots of 110-volt power outlets.