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Thread: How-To: Install Large Headrest Monitors

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    Well this is the only car I've installed headrest monitors on and it had hollow posts. I guess Nissan is a little more weight/performance-oriented than other manufacturers.
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    WOW, that is a great install, hoping to do the exact same in my PT cruiser, so you are using 6.5 inch TViews w/ 4:3 aspect? Also how did you run the wires down through the seat to get to your main source and what not. Also would you be willing to install mine if i sent them to you? and how much would you charge? thank you

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    Altimat thnx for the best write up on how to install over sized monitors I have ever seen... just had a pair of (Clarion VMA7194) 7" monitor installed in a 2k5 Maxima headrest

    Without your detailed info, don't think I would have been as clear to my installer what
    or how I wanted it to look (shout out to Danny u da Man)

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    Thats what I like to hear!!! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by coachreed
    Why does it look like the wires are going down through the tube on one but not the other? I'm just curious... none of the cars that I've done headrest monitors on have had hollow headrest tubes. Were yours hollow or not?
    I think what you are seeing is the plug end of the cable. I looked at the picture and it looks like the cable is looped and the end is under the car seat.

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    Yes, being a high performance make , Nissan headrest tubes are hollow. I had to cut the connectors off to get the wire through though.
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    How much would you charge to do something like this in a 04-05 Maxima?
    Current Vehicle: 2007 Dodge Nitro

    Second Vehicle: Sold it :( 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab

    First Vehicle: 2003 Ford Ranger

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbird2340
    How much would you charge to do something like this in a 04-05 Maxima?
    bringin up an old post i think but i'd like abit of info..
    if this is connected to a carputer how would u power the screens.. do they come with on/off button?.. how do u put the display from the carPC on 2+ the one front screen.. ive looked around but cant find anything ... help appreciated
    yes ive and but no luck :P

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    i have a video card that has vga and s-video out. run the lcd's off the s-video and just power them from the yellow and black wires on your power supply

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    Nosssa que coragem,,, estragar um encosto de cabeša....

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