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  • Dynamix 706 7 TFT LCD Monitor w/ VGA & Touch Screen

    Does anyone know if the screen below is any good? Does anyone have one?
    On eBay you can get them for a LOT less than a Xenarc.


    Dynamix 706 7 TFT LCD Monitor w/ VGA & Touch Screen

  • #2
    I really hope that its a good screen... some screens on ebay cost 99$ however im afraid theyre only for a "one time use"... thats what ive seen in other screens with no known brand... they dont cost much but they dont last much...

    maybe you can try and contact one of the buyers and ask him about the screen?

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    • #3
      I've had mine for about 6 months...seems good, though i have nothing to compare it to. I have some issues seeing the display in the sun, but i think most of the other lcds have the same problem. Doesnt have auto turnon and the wires come out from the bottom which makes it kind of annoying. Havent had any issues with the touchscreen yet.

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      • #4
        I also have this monitor and would reccomend it to anyone looking at a lilliput. I do regret not buying a xenarc (even though it would have been harder to mount in my car) simply because of the auto-on and auto-switching features that it has. Otherwise no complaints.

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        • #5
          Thanks for the advice guys. I think I'm going to stick with Xenarc.

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          • #6
            Mine came with a dead pixel, but I still really liked it, it worked great. Sold it though, wouldn't fit in my car.
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            • #7
              I have had one for about 8 months with out a problems. Of course the sun glare is allways an issue, even with a xenarc. You need to mount your screen in a position and spot where direct sunlight will not be hitting it. I mounting mine to the cieling. Kids in the back can watch there movies or I can see the nav maps with out glare at all.
              You can still have something if you have nothing

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              • #8
                Originally posted by HummDinger
                I have had one for about 8 months with out a problems. Of course the sun glare is allways an issue, even with a xenarc. You need to mount your screen in a position and spot where direct sunlight will not be hitting it. I mounting mine to the cieling. Kids in the back can watch there movies or I can see the nav maps with out glare at all.
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