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Thread: carputer comarison sheet (we are all on it)

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    Variable Bitrate Mikesz's Avatar
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    carputer comparison sheet (we are all on it)

    I found this while searching the Internet. I donít know whether to be impressed proud or scared (Iím on it to).

    http://www.statikdesign.com/scratchb...parison1.1.htm

    mike
    91 cadillac sedan deville, winXP, FV25 with Celeron 800, Redant 7" widescreen in dash, Opus DC-DC, Irman, Digital Cable remote(lots of buttons), 120 gig 7200rpm 8meg cache WD hard drive, VI power mobile HD rack, mediaengine

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    wtf is that?!?
    The Grand aMP3 Project
    Car: 96 Pontiac Grand Am
    Current Setup: AMD K62 300MHz, 64MB DIMM RAM, 20GB WD Hard Drive, Basic Video & Sound

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    someone has been a buzy boy/girl....
    Project - GAME OVER :(

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    That comparison chart belongs to one of the member. This is his thread
    Newbie help / my carputer comparison sheet

    I'm on it too
    NEW complete and updated My project with 100+ pics on 7-4-03
    If you have a Shuttle FV24 motherboard in perfect working condition for sale, please PM me.

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    hmm i seem to be left out .....
    WINNER!!!!
    run-on sentance comp 2002!!
    :)

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    Heh, yeah, I'm no psycho. If you would look at the referring page I think I mention that I'm a member here

    Oddcomp, I'd be happy to add you - I just couldn't find your info.
    No Carputer YET.
    A car I'm designing...

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    Nice, I'm not on it.

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    86 s-10 blazer that thinks its a tank
    5.6 lcd <soon to be a 10 or 12 vga indash squeeze fit
    standard mini itx 800 256 megs ram 12 g laptop drive laptop cd rom inverter powerd atx <till i can dig up one of them that mini itx dc dc units or get the rest of the stuff to make one

    mini itty bitty keyboard
    and a touch pad or a largeish trackball that fits well in the center consol

    creative uir cc remote
    crammed loveingly into a dsu modem case <look kinda neat >
    and it blends in with my black floor board
    WINNER!!!!
    run-on sentance comp 2002!!
    :)

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    I'm not on their either. Mine isn't very close to being comeplete though. This makes me think, I need a good name for mine. someone already has mp3 truck I think. MP3 S-10 sound decent (since my truck is an S-10)

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    Left me out too

    1999 Nissan Pathfinder SE
    Power: 300w inverter
    Mobo/proc: Abit Bh6 with PIII 550e
    LCD: 40x4 character
    Storage: 8GB HD for MP3s
    2GB laptop HD for OS
    RAM: 128MB
    Video: 4MB Trident card
    Sound: Soundblaster 16
    CD/DVD: none
    Input: Keypad, Creative IR Remote
    GPS: none
    Extras: 802.11b wireless for automatic syncing
    AIMS Lab FM tuner card
    Case: Custom Built, wood
    Headunit: Pioneer DEH-6400
    OS: Win98 booting to DOS
    Software: MPXPlay or Winamp w/ Markus Zehender plugin
    AndrewChappell's Syncing software
    More info/pics: http://www.mp3car.com/usersites/bombboyer
    Silver 1999 Nissan Pathfinder!
    Completion: [*********-] 90%
    Everything working! Mobile MP3s ROCK!
    LEFT TO DO: Improve power on circuit, fix slow boot time

    - 550mhz PIII on Abit BH6
    - 128MB RAM
    - 40x4 Backlit Character LCD
    - 17 key numeric keypad - Repainted buttons
    - 2.1GB laptop drive for OS
    - 4.3GB drive for MP3s

    http://www.mp3car.com/usersites/bombboyer/ Redesigned, new pics!

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