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    5.6 Inch IN-DASH lcds CHEAP



    These screens are a manufacturer over-stock that we picked up for a great price so we are passing the savings on to you. In dash screens like this would normally retail for $399.

    I AM SELLING THEM TO MP3CAR BOARD MEMBERS FOR 225$ WITH FREE SHIPPING. That's 25$ less than my ebay price, and it includes shipping!



    All the necessary parts are included, like a remote control, mounting brackets and all harnesses.



    Great picture quality is hard to capture on a digital camera, you won't be disappointed!



    Screen is not motorized, it simply pops in and out with a little push. The screen also rotates left and right for optimal viewing angle. This unit is JUST a screen, it has no DVD or CD playback capabilities in itself, and it does not include a TV Tuner. What you do get is the best priced monitor for your car!!! It will fit into most vehicles, and work with almost any video source.






    You can connect anything up to these screens! DVD players, VCRs, MP3 computers, GPS systems, Playstation 1 & 2, Nintendo Gamecube, there is even a special connection for a rear-view camera!
    ANYTHING WITH A COMPOSITE VIDEO OUTPUT




    It will fit into a standard DIN size opening, and with the mounting brackets included, it is incredibly stable. Even includes an adapter to plug a portable video source right into the side of the screen.


    General Specifications
    Panel SHARP 5.6" (LQ6BN01)
    Display Type 5.6" ( 4 : 3 diagonal) TFT LCD
    Active Viewing Area 115.2 (H) x 84.2 (V) mm
    Display Resolution 960 (H) x 234 (V) dots
    Number of Pixels 224,640 pixels
    Dot Pitch 0.120 (H) x 0.360 (V) mm
    Brightness 250 cd/m2
    Viewing Angle Left/Right = 45 min,
    Top= 10 min, Bottom= 30 min.
    Optimum Viewing Angle: 12 o'clock
    Power Consumption DC 12V, 6.6W
    Video System NTSC
    Operating Temperature 0 -- +40
    Storage Temperature -25 -- +60
    Wireless IR Remote Control
    On Screen Display Control

    If you have any questions or wish to purchase the item without waiting please email us at [email protected]


    [email protected]---------------

    OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS

    Shipping will be in the USA only.
    All shipments will be with United States Postal Service, Priority Mail service.


    PLEASE CHECK OUR OTHER AUCTIONS FOR OTHER GREAT PRODUCTS!!!
    DS Customs is not responsible for improper mounting or installation of said product, and no warranty is offered with product sold. All products are sold with a guarantee against DOA shipments, but if product has been abused in any way, the guarantee does not apply. DS Customs assumes no liability associated with the use or installation of this product. Please check your state and local laws before bidding, some states consider a video screen in the view of the driver to be completely illegal.

    California residents will be charged sales tax of 8.25% on all purchases.


    We accept Paypal, Billpoint, Money orders and Cashiers checks. Paypal is preferred.

    Thank you for your interest.
    Dave
    DS Customs
    Old School MP3CAR.com member!

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    Just wanted to bump this ad up and say I received mine yesterday and it works great. Good crisp picture and looks the best from about 30-45 degrees from the left. Perfect from the drivers seat. I played a DVD on it and it had good color and was crisp. Nice screen and great seller.

    -Jesse
    2001 Ranger XLT Off Road
    Sony CDX-C910, Sony CDX-U303
    Sony XA-300 USB->unilink adapter
    In dash 5.8" LCD
    Infinity Beta 3 way component set
    4 - OZ Audio 250L 10" subs
    2 Sony XES-M1's, Sony XES-M3
    Esoteric Audio wiring
    Toshiba 7020CT laptop with DVD docking station.

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    BUMP

    Anyone else? I still have lots of these.

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    Would you ship to the UK???
    Car: About to change

    Player: VIA Eden, 256Mb RAM, Bootable from 64MB Compactflash, 40GB MP3 HD, IRMan, Wireless Keyboard, 5.6" In-dash TFT, 12v DC-DC, running Windows XP Embedded with Wireless LAN, Mobile Internet, GPS Sat Navigation.

    == Running MediaEngine for the front end whilst I build a front end in VB.NET, but may stick with ME 2.0 ==

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    I can ship anywhere, i'll just need to know ahead of time to figure out the additional shipping charges. International payment through paypal only, thanks.

    Dave

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    how many inputs does it have???
    how do i switch between them.
    "I'm as confused as a baby in a topless bar"

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    I"m interested, not sure I'm ready just yet, how many units do you have?
    aka Kumaneko
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    mp3car system is currently FUBAR and finances do not allow for a correction of that situation
    Real computer hackers use a rotary cutting tool on their motherboard.

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    I am also very interested. I do i go about hooking a playstation2 up and hooking them into my system?
    Thanks Dirk

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    3 different inputs, and one more on the side of the screen unit. I have plenty of these in stock and I'm selling them constantly. You can switch between the sources with the remote or a button on the screen. To hook any video source up, just plug in the video output cable to one of the inputs.

    Thanks everyone

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    I've got the screen installed and I must say..
    This thing is much better than i ever anticipated.

    I am actually using it right at this very moment

    The lighting for it is a bit bright, but at the right angle it looks pretty good.

    The only problem i had is the surround didn't fit in my dash.. so either need to cut the surround or cut the dash piece.. i may go for the later because i can always order a new piece from nissan if i have to.. and i don't want to ruin the resale value of the screen if i decide to do something else for some reason
    aka Kumaneko
    "Don't make me moderate your ***!"
    Maxima of Doom - project thread - photo gallery
    mp3car system is currently FUBAR and finances do not allow for a correction of that situation
    Real computer hackers use a rotary cutting tool on their motherboard.

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