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    FS LCDs in the UK

    Look at this webpage

    http://www.hexachain.com.tw/modules.htm#b

    this model number HC6401A

    I have these displays for sale in the uk 70 each brand new.

    They take a composite feed and run on anything from 10 - 30V

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    Put me down for one of them, how are have you got these so cheap?

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    Put me down for one too.

    Also, have you got prices for any of the other models, preferably cased
    http://www.hexachain.com.tw/monitor-1.htm

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    Is this a permenant supply, or do you just have one or two? I'm currently selling some stuff on ebay and would kill for one of these displays! What's the quality like?? They seem pretty bright at 300 cd. Are they all wired up to accept a composite feed or do they need soldering or other connectors? I can cope with getting power into them and video into them, but can't do really fiddly soldering very well... Do you have any pictures of their output or any more details on them?

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    sorry this is te only model i can get.
    all you need to do is chop a plug off the end solder on a phono plug and connect some power to it (anything between 10-30V dc)
    if necessary i can put phono plugs on them for people.

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    ****!

    How did you get these screens so cheap? I'll take one, and if I like it and can earn some cash (may take some time!) I'll buy some more! Just wanna see a picture first and if its good I'll have one.

    How do you want the cash?? I have a nochex account and could transfer it to you using this. Or, I could send you a cheque.

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    i think I would like one too. I will email you sometime today to discuss. they look pretty good - just need to get hold of a scan converter or something.

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    What is meant by "composite feed"? What is needed to convert standard VGA or TV-out to "composite feed"?
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    If you're using a computer for TV-out it almost certainly has the option for composite or s-video feed. The difference (I think) is that in an s-video cable - the one with lots of pins - the color and luminance are sent through seperate wires, in a composite - rca plug - they're sent through one wire and hence have lower quality. On that size a screen though I doubt you'd notice.

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