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  • 1989 Prelude 2.0SI

    Well, I have been lurking on this forum for a while, and I have finally got something of my own to show off. I only have this one pic at the moment, but will hopefully have more soon, sorry about the poor quality.





    And the current mess i have in my trunk. Surprisingly I do not have a static hiss that you would expect with a jumble of wires.


    and for those of you that insist on seeing the car. here it is




    I spent more on my computer than the car cost me

    Specs:
    800Mhz Via Epia
    512 Megs RAM
    7" Lilliput
    80GB Samsung Spinpoint Laptop HD
    2 4-port USB hubs, one is located in the ash tray, the other hidden inside of the console.
    Linksys WUSB54GP USB wireless card
    Sprint pcs wireless mobile hack for surfing on the go (there is a serious lack of wireless hotspots in my area)
    Currently using onboard sound going to a Kicker KX3 Acticve crossover
    Kicker Kx350.4 4 channel amp rated at 392 amps
    M2-ATX power supply
    The PC is housed in my dash behind the lcd(will take pics of that next time i tear everythign apart to change something. I am sure that will be soon)


    **EDIT**
    Suppose this should be posted in worklogs. Should have read the FAQs before posting.
    1989 Honda Prelude SI 4WS
    7" Lilliput touchscreen
    800mhz via mini-itx
    512 megs of RAM
    80gb Samsung 2.5" hard drive
    Pioneer slot load DVD burner

  • #2
    no specs!?

    awww, comeon man! you've gotta at least post up your specs!
    Jan Bennett
    FS: VW MKIV Bezel for 8" Lilliput - 95% Finished

    Please post on the forums! Chances are, someone else has or will have the same questions as you!

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    • #3
      Specs have been added to the first post.

      I should know to put that stuff in the first post. You people love pics and need to know the specs on everything. I have been hanging around these forums long enough that I shouldn't have made such a simple misteak. Please forgive me

      Will have pics of my amp and crossover after I get everythign mounted. Right now everythign is just kinda laying in my trunk, and after speanding all my free time last week doing my install, I realy am not in the mood to be building an amp rack.
      1989 Honda Prelude SI 4WS
      7" Lilliput touchscreen
      800mhz via mini-itx
      512 megs of RAM
      80gb Samsung 2.5" hard drive
      Pioneer slot load DVD burner

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      • #4
        it's all good.



        do wanna see some more pics though

        Jan Bennett
        FS: VW MKIV Bezel for 8" Lilliput - 95% Finished

        Please post on the forums! Chances are, someone else has or will have the same questions as you!

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        • #5
          Will have to borrow a digital camera to get some beter pics. Only cam i have access to at the moment is the one in my phone, and I do not want to subject you guys to anymore crappy pics than i already have.

          These forums have been incredibly helpful. I only had to post once in the entire time I was workign on my project. Was able to and find everythign else that I needed to know. Unfortunately I still have not resolved my issue with a nonworking touchscreen on my Lilliput. Suppose I should have gotten a Xenarc.
          1989 Honda Prelude SI 4WS
          7" Lilliput touchscreen
          800mhz via mini-itx
          512 megs of RAM
          80gb Samsung 2.5" hard drive
          Pioneer slot load DVD burner

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          • #6
            New pics added to the first post
            1989 Honda Prelude SI 4WS
            7" Lilliput touchscreen
            800mhz via mini-itx
            512 megs of RAM
            80gb Samsung 2.5" hard drive
            Pioneer slot load DVD burner

            Comment


            • #7
              PLEASSSSSSSSSSSEEEEEEEEE tell me you are planning on securing all of that and cleaning up the wiring ASAP!?
              Jan Bennett
              FS: VW MKIV Bezel for 8" Lilliput - 95% Finished

              Please post on the forums! Chances are, someone else has or will have the same questions as you!

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              • #8
                Yes I am. Looking at it the way it is makes me wanna . Got a long way to go to get it done. Still have to choose a frontend to run too. Was thinking of going with Road Runner, because I'd like to add Sirius to it. Problem is most of my music is in WMA, so I am limited to front ends that use Windows Media Player until I get them converted to MP3.
                1989 Honda Prelude SI 4WS
                7" Lilliput touchscreen
                800mhz via mini-itx
                512 megs of RAM
                80gb Samsung 2.5" hard drive
                Pioneer slot load DVD burner

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                • #9
                  Re:

                  You're going to look for a front end that will support WMA until you convert them? Wouldn't it be easier to just convert them and get it over with?

                  http://www.mp3-converter.com/cdda_xtractor.htm

                  ...maybe you have like a million WMAs, but I'd walk through fire to keep from using media player myself...

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                  • #10
                    have about 5,000 WMAs, its gonna take a while to convert them no matter how I go about it. Plus how am I supposed to use cdda xtractor to convert my WMAs to mp3?
                    1989 Honda Prelude SI 4WS
                    7" Lilliput touchscreen
                    800mhz via mini-itx
                    512 megs of RAM
                    80gb Samsung 2.5" hard drive
                    Pioneer slot load DVD burner

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                    • #11
                      Ya.... My bad. Wrong link
                      That's what happens when you post in a hurry. Here's the right link.

                      Page:
                      http://www.litexmedia.com/download.html

                      Direct DL:
                      Audio Conversion Wizard v. 1.8 (.EXE file, 6269 Kb)

                      Hopefully that will do what you need. It's only a 14 day trial for free, but it works pretty well and you can convert multiply files easily.

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                      • #12
                        actually last night I got a program call WMA studio. has a built in batch converter. Converted everythign to MP3 last night
                        1989 Honda Prelude SI 4WS
                        7" Lilliput touchscreen
                        800mhz via mini-itx
                        512 megs of RAM
                        80gb Samsung 2.5" hard drive
                        Pioneer slot load DVD burner

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                        • #13
                          There ya go. Problem solved.

                          Now you have nothing standing between you and world domination except the French.

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                          • #14
                            What are we going to do tonight Brain?
                            Same thing we do every night Pinky, TRY TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD!!!

                            But anyway. Now I can go ahead and install WinAmp and run Roadrunner. Just gotta get my damn touchscreen working. Probably going to have to replace it.

                            And yes, I am currently in the process of building an amp rack and cleaning up the rats nest of wires in my trunk. Should be done by the middle of next week.
                            1989 Honda Prelude SI 4WS
                            7" Lilliput touchscreen
                            800mhz via mini-itx
                            512 megs of RAM
                            80gb Samsung 2.5" hard drive
                            Pioneer slot load DVD burner

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                            • #15
                              **UPDATES**
                              The Good
                              I have now installed a 600 watt mono-channel kicker kx600.1 and a Kicker Solo Baric L7 12"

                              The Bad
                              My M2-ATX died on me yesterday while i was driving home from my friends house. I now have a standard PC power supply hooked up using an inverter. Anyone have an M2-ATX they need to get off of their hands?

                              I will have pictures of the trunk soon.

                              And yes RedGTIVR6, I have secured my amp and cleaned up my wiring issue, but for now it still looks like trash. Need to actually build an amp rack and a speaker box that looks like it bellongs in my trunk.
                              1989 Honda Prelude SI 4WS
                              7" Lilliput touchscreen
                              800mhz via mini-itx
                              512 megs of RAM
                              80gb Samsung 2.5" hard drive
                              Pioneer slot load DVD burner

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