frodo player makes it easy
just get that and then do a search for "simply" and "circuit" shouold bring you to the 9 pin DIN design used in frodo's software control
After reading the thread about disabling the dvd lock-out on a caddy (factory install) I am wondering how to do a lock-out on a carpc? I am getting all my parts together to do the install and DO NOT want dvd's to be played, Although I will be using a dvd-rom drive. I will have a stand alone dvd player piped to the other monitors (all out of my view). On the off chance that I do get into an accident one day I don't want it to be suggested that I was watching a movie.
Thanks!, But is there any way to by-pas that. I want to make sure that it is pretty "bullet proof"
I think that would take some custom softwaring, someone correct me if I'm wrong
Thanks pimp. Sorry to read of all the audio stolen from your car.
Any one else?
Guess you are right Matrix, Thanks
Even if you have a lock out when they see that it isn't factory installed they are going to claim you were watching a movie...
Here are the parts I used:
12VDC/1A SPDT Micro Relay
I wrote my own interlock app but I had recently switched to Frodo and it's working perfectly. Vis, Video, and DVD are locked out. Video and DVD still plays and has audio. Only the picture is disabled.
This is a real easy and cheap mod and gives you failsafe defense when you get pulled over so I'm wondering why people are kinda indifferent about it .
armadaE500 P3-660 320M 20G, lilliput, audigy2NX, slim/slotLoad dvd/cdrw, cardReader
sony rm-x2s, bu303, xmDirect
xpPro sp2, frodoPlayer 1.09, iGuidance 2.0, custom voiceRecognition
My touchscreen will be mounted in the dash so it will look factory to anyone else. I just want to plan for the "What if's"Originally Posted by PCGUY112887