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  • LCD and Vibrations

    Ive searched but all i can come up with is stuff about HD vibrating.

    Ive got a pretty powerfull sub going in and my car is a magna TR and they are known for their vibrations at the lights.
    When thecar is in drive and at a stand still it really does shake quite a bit and because im also on gas it really doesnt help.

    Anyways would alot of vibrations be a big concern to the lcd screen? (havnt got one yet by the way) and what precautions could one take?
    Thanks

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    Concern for what screen? If you have poorly designed connectors then it will be a concern because the connectors can break some of their soder points.
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      Hopefully the xenarc, but im not worried about the connectors breaking loose.

      The screen will be fibreglassed into the dash, so it will be vibrating to the tune of the car and the sub which is pretty violent i think.

      Wouldnt constant vibrations harm the screen?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Ascension
        Hopefully the xenarc, but im not worried about the connectors breaking loose.

        The screen will be fibreglassed into the dash, so it will be vibrating to the tune of the car and the sub which is pretty violent i think.

        Wouldnt constant vibrations harm the screen?
        The new xenarcs pass the vibration test due to better connectors

        I don't think that constant vibrations would harm the screen. Its not like you have moving parts
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