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    I am looking for the best place (cheapest) to get a raw 10.4" LCD? Also what is good for brightness so i can see in the day?

  • #2
    you want something like 250nit at least. Thats the bare min you want. That vaires on if you have your windows tinted and where you mount the lcd
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    AMD 800mhz 192megs RAM 60gig hard drive 9 inch widescreen VGA
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    • #3
      What about this screen?

      http://store.earthlcd.com/s.nl/c.318...it.A/id.656/.f

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      • #4
        no that is only 80nit. that would be bad for daytime driving
        '98 Explorer Sport
        http://mp3car.zcentric.com (down atm)
        AMD 800mhz 192megs RAM 60gig hard drive 9 inch widescreen VGA
        80% done

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        • #5
          it says "cd/m2" Is that the same as nit?

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          • #6
            yes
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            Staus: Done.. too lazy to make pictures lol.

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            • #7
              www.evisiondisplays.com

              I've been looking at this company, www.evisiondisplays.com, for their 8.4" screens, but they have 10.4's and up.

              Bonus is that the LCD panels have the LVDS interface, making connections much easier, if you have a motherboard that outputs LVDS.

              I've e-mailed them for prices on this 8.4" panel:
              http://www.evisiondisplays.com/evd084s01-dsc.html


              The benefit for me is that they're about 15 miles from where I live, making it a bit easier to see the product before purchase. :-)

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Giuliano
                I've been looking at this company, www.evisiondisplays.com, for their 8.4" screens, but they have 10.4's and up.

                Bonus is that the LCD panels have the LVDS interface, making connections much easier, if you have a motherboard that outputs LVDS.

                I've e-mailed them for prices on this 8.4" panel:
                http://www.evisiondisplays.com/evd084s01-dsc.html


                The benefit for me is that they're about 15 miles from where I live, making it a bit easier to see the product before purchase. :-)
                Yea, prices and some more info would be nice , if its worth it maybe will do a group buy

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