FS: 5.6" LCD, PCI TV/Radio, 7.1 sound card, Sony amp & more
First off, I'm looking for the following:
•D-link USB radio Got one.
•9-Pin mini din or bus mouse extension cable (To extend a Lilliput)
•A serial/parallel relay board
•p4 2.8+ghz & full ATX m/b
•Other cool stuff
Now, on with the sale:
•Apollo PCI TV/FM Tuner Card with Remote $30 shipped
Brand new, only tested. I had no problems with it, I just don't need it.
•Hercules Fortissimo III 7.1 Sound Card $40 shipped
I used this for a while in my HTPC and it sounded great. I switched to an Audigy though for the firewire ports.
Waiting for trade (chut)
•Opus 90w Motherboard/Power cable $15 shipped
This is the cable that connects the 90w Opus to the motherboard and any other devices. It will not work with the 150w.
•IRman $25 shipped
•5.6" Composite input LCD & flimsy plastic cover $70 shipped
I don't really know much about this LCD other than the fact that it was readable in Mappoint with large fonts at 640x480.
•2x 700mb Solid state drives $25 each shipped
I just bought these and they work well. I had plans for them, but now I'd rather concentrate on the carputer.
Both sold (EBJUSTIN, DrStein99)
•4x? Four-CD Changer CD-ROM $30 shipped
Yes, it holds four CDs. This thing is really cool. It's perfect for audio CDs. It has a door that flips down (automatically) and exposes a slot. I don't know how fast it is but I think it's 4x, maybe 8x. I think I had it playing mp3s from a CD at one point.
•Sony XM-752X Car amp 2 channels, 75w each, $50 shipped
Has no immediately apparent scratches or scuff marks.
•Yamaha YST-SW160 subwoofer w/ Dual 8-Inch drivers and 150w amp $50, shipping not included.
•Yamaha EQ-550 $125 shipped
•Optorite 16x12x40x CDRW $15 shipped
•DVD-ROM (Tray load) $20 shipped
•Old STB TV130 TV card $10 shipped
•2x40 parallel LCD w/ green backlight (Half wired) $20 shipped
•2x16 parallel LCD w/ green backlight & (Wired - 4' cable) $20 shipped
•Generic USB number pad $15 shipped
It's dark gray and fairly thin.
•2x Serial or PS/2 mouse stick $15 each shipped
These things are just like the little button-nub things that act as a mouse on IBM laptops. The board is easily removed from the rubber mouse stick part leaving an inch square area that can be embedded anywhere and used to control the mouse. There are also left and right click buttons on either side of the mouse stick.
•Oh and last, a strobe light--one of those $40 radioshack ones. $20
If you're interested just ask for more details and/or pics.