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  • My VW Jetta 2007 install

    Here are some pics of my VW Jetta 2007 install:

    Hardware:
    - Sony Viao Intel Mobile Pentium 4 / 3.06 GHz, 512 MB.
    - Lilliput 7 inch touchscreen
    - AC/DC converter 300W
    - UMTS/HSDPA modem 1,8 Mbit/s
    - Sitecom Wireless Router
    - Anysee DVB-T receiver
    - Bluetooth GPS receiver
    - Magnat Xcite 300 amplifier
    - Nokia GSM/analog telephony adapter
    - Rear view camera
    - 1,8 MP nightview webcam
    - Telephone




    Testing all stuff together



    Cables:
    - 2 x USB
    - 1 x 220 Volt power
    - 1 x VGA
    - 4 x sound
    - 2 x telephone
    - 1 x 12 volt power
    - 2 x RCA



    Putting all cables in the car:




    Modifying the screen holder:



    Glueing the screen in the holder:




    Opening the dashboard:



    Attaching the wires:



    Installing the screen:



    Testing before closing the dashboard:



    Startup button, analog telephone jack en USB HUB in the front:



    Amplifier, DVB-t receiver, analog telephone adapter and Wireless router:



    Laptop and 220V socket in the back:



    A real car phone :-)



    HSDPA internet software:



    Rearview camera



    And it all works perfect!

  • #2
    the projects rocks man

    i relised that tou have the same monitor as i do but the problem with me is that i cant find the data cable anywhere if u could tell me where can i find it would be great and truly appriciated.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by poke View Post
      the projects rocks man

      i relised that tou have the same monitor as i do but the problem with me is that i **** find the data cable anywhere if u could tell me where can i find it would be great and truly appriciated.
      Hi Poke,

      Wich data cable do you mean?

      Regards,
      Eric

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      • #4
        The one that goes from the monitor to carputer

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        • #5
          that phone is awesome. i want one... lol

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          • #6
            Originally posted by poke View Post
            The one that goes from the monitor to carputer
            In the package there has to be a cable to connect with the screen.
            On the other side of that first cable you can connect the second cable from the package and to that second cable you can connect a normal VGA cable... wich you can connect to your computer.

            Sounds a bit confusing, but there have to be two cables in the package.

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            • #7
              i understand that but the problem is that cable has been lost and i cant find it anywhere do you might know where can i buy it from or how to find or make one

              thx

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              • #8
                any early thoughts on the back up cam? and i'm guessing you got it from ebay?

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                • #9
                  lol @ the power strip and the legit corded car phone lol.

                  Looks good, you have some wire management to do though

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by poke View Post
                    The one that goes from the monitor to carputer

                    Sorry, I don't know. Maybe at your reseller or at www.lilliput.cn ?
                    Good luck!

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                    • #11
                      Oh man, this wins the award for coolest install ever. It has a power strip in the trunk and a frickin analog telephone jack.

                      I would love to see the passengers face when you call someone up on the phone.
                      -------
                      I'm hungry

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by daclothe View Post
                        any early thoughts on the back up cam? and i'm guessing you got it from ebay?
                        ahem

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by daclothe View Post
                          ahem
                          You're right!
                          It's unbelievable cheap but it seems to be good quality.
                          Don't know exactly, but under 10 bucks...

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                          • #14
                            Me being a network guy I have to say Hurray to the awesome install. I am wondering what kind of internet service you are using though. I would assume a verizon wireless card or something. I see the wireless router and can only assume this.

                            And whats that software you are using?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by dragonf View Post
                              Me being a network guy I have to say Hurray to the awesome install. I am wondering what kind of internet service you are using though. I would assume a verizon wireless card or something. I see the wireless router and can only assume this.

                              And whats that software you are using?
                              Thanks! I've put a Huawei E620 PCMCIA UMTS/HSDPA card with a download speed of 1,8 Mbit/s in the notebook in the back. In the Netherlands there's almost a 100% HSDPA coverage. It works perfect even when driving fast on a highway.

                              From the notebook there's a network cross cable to that wireless router to share the Internet connection via 'Microsoft Internet connection sharing'.

                              Passengers (or something standing next to me in a traffic jam) can logon to the wireless router and use the HSDPA internet connection. You can say it's a driving Internet HotSpot :-).

                              There's no special software, except the HSDPA card controller software.

                              I have no old fashioned radio anymore, but listen to streaming Internet radio or watch streaming video.

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