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    FS:7" IN-DASH LCD Monitors *Fully Motorized* $470 Shipped

    These are brand new, Fully Motorized, In-dash 7" LCD Monitor
    Same model as in the picture (below) except completely BLACK.

    $470 shipped (each) anywhere in USA (all 50 states), Outside of USA shipping will be exact per usps.com

    Let me know if you have any questions webmaster@digitalww.com

    -Screen size: 7" IN-DASH
    -Aspect ratio - 16:9 or 4:3
    -Active Matrix TFT LCD Monitor
    -PAL/NTSC auto selector
    -Back Light: Cold Cathode Filament Tube
    -Remote Control
    -Monitor is Adjustable UP/DOWN & RIGHT/LEFT
    -Viewing Angle (L/R:130 adj. U/D:25)
    -In-dash fits in 1 din space
    -Fully Motorized
    -Motorized Angle Adjustment (remote or manual)
    -2 video inputs, 1 video output (RCA)
    -Power Input: 12 V DC
    -Power Consumption: <6W
    -Operating Temperature - 0 to 60C

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    interested

    im very interested in this screen what do i need to do to get one

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    Re: interested

    Originally posted by Maddog
    im very interested in this screen what do i need to do to get one
    Contact me and tell me if you want it for sure, payment info is in my sig. I'll ship as soon as payment is received.

    Armen.

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    Are these good quality? any pal or composite signals I have tried from an SV 24 has been less than adequate?

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    Originally posted by slarty
    Are these good quality? any pal or composite signals I have tried from an SV 24 has been less than adequate?
    These are great screens for your DVD/VCD/camera images. For you computer needs this might not cut it if you're looking for VGA quality.

    BTW, I only have one monitor left.

    Armen.

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    Sold!

    If anybody else is interested you can reply here. I should have these monitors back by the end of October.

    Thanks,
    Armen.

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    are these monitors good for car pcs

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    Originally posted by Maddog
    are these monitors good for car pcs
    This is a NTSC Screen, very good quality. Many have NTSC screens for their pc set up, but if you're looking for VGA quality this might not work for you. For DVD/VCD/TV playback this will be the best.

    Armen.

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    How would the widescreen aspect ratio work with a TV-Out from a computer? Would you leave a band on top and bottom of the computer display blank, and use a "full" mode on the screen to expand the image, or what?

    I'm reconsidering the display aspect of my project and have become interested in motorized screens like these. Any info you can provide in that direction would make your screens far more desirable to the community at large.

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    Originally posted by Mxyzpltk
    How would the widescreen aspect ratio work with a TV-Out from a computer? Would you leave a band on top and bottom of the computer display blank, and use a "full" mode on the screen to expand the image, or what?

    I'm reconsidering the display aspect of my project and have become interested in motorized screens like these. Any info you can provide in that direction would make your screens far more desirable to the community at large.
    This monitor changes the picture 3 ways: Zoom (Stretches the picture vertically and horizontally), Normal (4:3), Full (16:9)

    Let me know if this helps.

    Armen.

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