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    Hey i'm new here and i need some help. I am gettin and lcd in a couple days and i need to know how to install it. Also, i'm thinking i'm just gonna stick my ps2 in my car to play dvd's and stuff. However, i don't know how i would hardwire it to my car. What kind of stuff do i need to make this work...thanks

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    Originally posted by WRichieX
    Hey i'm new here and i need some help. I am gettin and lcd in a couple days and i need to know how to install it. Also, i'm thinking i'm just gonna stick my ps2 in my car to play dvd's and stuff. However, i don't know how i would hardwire it to my car. What kind of stuff do i need to make this work...thanks
    Buy a power inverter and you are ready to go.
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      *scratches head*

      How is this MP3 computer related...not flaming...just...huh? Soon we're gonna be getting "How do i install a sony head unit in my civic??" questions...lol...guess we're just the LCD experts.

      Yeah, an invertor will work...although you can run your lcd off of car current, most likely...just wire it straight to the battery with a fuse and a switch.
      MP3 MR2 (click here for details)
      Hardware: EPIA M10000, 512Meg Ram, 5.6"TFT, Opus 150watt DC-DC PSU
      Software: Windows 2000, Media Engine 2.0

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      • #4
        Originally posted by WRichieX
        Hey i'm new here and i need some help. I am gettin and lcd in a couple days and i need to know how to install it. Also, i'm thinking i'm just gonna stick my ps2 in my car to play dvd's and stuff. However, i don't know how i would hardwire it to my car. What kind of stuff do i need to make this work...thanks

        Hey WRichieX,

        PM me at NASIOC if you have any q's. I'll walk you through it. This forum really isn't the place for your setup, but there is some good info on power inverter hardwiring.

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