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  • FS: PS,Alpine RF Mod,Coax2Optical

    I have a couple of things up for grabs. Or go here for my other for sale thread

    Prices Lowered 2/21/07

    NEW Coax SPDIF to Optical SPDIF converter - $15 shipped
    I went a different route and never used it. It cost me $24 with shipping. I can build a DC power supply for it so you don't have to use the AC power and will include it at no extra charge.

    **SOLD**USED PW70A 70W DC-DC power supply - $15 shipped.

    Works great for an EPIA board or low powered PC for use inthe house. It does not work so well in the car where the input voltage varies. That is why I replaced it with an M1-ATX.

    USED ITPS (Intelligent Power Supply) - $10 Shipped.
    I used this with the PW70A to regulate the input voltage to the PW70A. It can also be used to regulate power to screens or anything that needs stable 12V. It has a delay turn on/turn off built in. I stopped using it because the LDO was too much of a drop when runnign purely off battery voltage. My 3.5" hardrive would not stay powered up. I would say if your devices can work witha minimum of 11V then you should be ok. The regulation can also be bypassed and you can use this as a smart turn on device.


    NEW Alpine XMA-T200RF AI-NET/Aux-IN RF modulator controller with display and remote - $45 Shipped

    This came with an Alpine XM satelite radio. It was not needed at the time of install. You can use it for a stand alone Aux-In for your carputer or if you have an alpine AI-net CD changer or Satelite Radio.

    For questions PM me. For Pictures see below. I will be listing more stuff later. Shipping is included for lower 48 states only. Will ship international for additional charges.

    My Ebay user name is djcoolwhipp with 100% positive feedback. I am around these forums all the time so buy with confidence.


    COAX SPDIF to Optical SPDIF
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    Alpine XMA-T200RF

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    • #3
      the ITPS works? if so i'll takeit
      Car : 00' Chrysler 300M
      Speakers : Rainbow Audio SLC 265 | Subs : Diamond Audio D6 12" Subs X2
      Amp's : Hifonics ZXi 6006 AB | Hifonics BXi 1606 D
      CarPC: HP Laptop AMD Sempron 3000+ | 1.5GB RAM | DVD+RW | 80GB 5400RPM HD | ATI R200 Video

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      • #4
        Yes everything here works. YGPM.
        System always under construction


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        • #5
          ITPS still up for grabs.
          System always under construction


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          • #6
            Added: Will also accept trades.
            System always under construction


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            • #7
              Prices lowered.
              System always under construction


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              • #8
                Prices lowered.
                System always under construction


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                • #9
                  Did you terminate the wire ends on the PW70A? As it usually has a dc brick connector on the end of the wires, and I couldnt see it in the pics. And for use on the ITPS, I would assume you hard wired..
                  2000 Ford Focus
                  system install progress....
                  [----------*---] 75%
                  MII10000 - 40gb laptop - M1atx - 512mb Ram - Ampie case
                  7" Lilliput - Audigy ZS - Slotload dvd

                  Still Needing
                  ** MII10000 Backplate **

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                  • #10
                    There was a connector on the end of the PW70A. I removed it when I used the ITPS with it. It was all hard-wired into my vehicle at one point. If you wanted the DC connector on the end of the PW70A, I'll look around I might still have it somewhere.
                    System always under construction


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                    • #11
                      i saw your reply in another thread, if 70W would power that board just fine i'll take the pw70a, if you find that dc connector.... though i might just hard wire that to the power brick.

                      ya, 70 would work well, so if the other guy sells me that board, i will take it

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                      • #12
                        yep I used it with my M10000 before there were the PICO PSU and the M1/M2-ATX power supplies. It clips right into the M10000 board. It's not a huge ammount of power, but will give you basic power for a carputer. Here are the specs.

                        I'll look for that dc connector. Just PM me if you or notify me here if you end up buying that mobo from the guy.
                        System always under construction


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                        • #13
                          Just remember if you plan to use it in a car you have to use an inverter to power the brick, then the brick supplies power to the PW70A which supplies power to the M10000. Kind of inefficient setup IMO, but it will work.

                          Also, I have replaced my M10000. I have a friend who wanted to buy it, but if he isn't interested It's going up for sale on here with 256MB of RAM.
                          System always under construction


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                          • #14
                            i'm using it for an nes pc (building a computer inside an old nintendo). The only place to get used/cheaper hardware is on carputer forums. if that guy doesnt get back to me and your friend doesnt buy it, i am interested in your motherboard. i'll let you know what happens soon.

                            edit: I am going to buy the PW70A either way, just waiting to see about the motherboard situation, you take paypal?

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                            • #15
                              pm me or post your paypal and I will send you $15 for the PW70A. What method are you going to ship it? I will be out of town from this saturday until the next saturday, so could you just ship it sometime this week or the next so it gets to me that monday or so. I do not want it in my mailbox unattended for too long. So if you are just using first class, ship it around next weds, if you are using something slower, than ship it monday. thanks!

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