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    On this auction http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...3D3%26PO%3DOp1 theres a picture of a screen very similar to these ones, and there's an ever-so-small picture of the cables that come with it, it looks like there is a USB cable with RCA inputs that comes with it. The description alludes to this as well.

    If it came down to it, you could always get an RCA-to-vga converter, and then use a VGA switch to switch between the inputs. It would be kinda a quick and dirty fix if you can't find out more about this.

    Before you go that route though, I'd try calling the sellers and find out if there's supposed to be another cable in there.
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    little dongle on the vga connector is for 12v input. As for rca connection (yellow) use the usb port on the side. it isn't an actual usb port, but mine came with a wiring harness that connected to the usb plug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ding0 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by robjen1019 View Post
    little dongle on the vga connector is for 12v input. As for rca connection (yellow) use the usb port on the side. it isn't an actual usb port, but mine came with a wiring harness that connected to the usb plug.
    And the "12v input" is how you would power it in the car? If not what's its use?

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    Why does it have a power input on the VGA cable, and on the side of the screen? Oh well, that answers the question, clearly they didn't include one of the cables for the RCA inputs. Just as I suspected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by freshgear View Post
    Can someone help me out with my problem please.....I would really appreciate all the suggestions I could get.

    "Hi I went ahead and bought the 8" one. Originally I was going to use a gooseneck to mount the monitor but now I want to put it in my dash. I have enough room to mount the monitor but I won't be able to see the whole screen since the monitor is 4:3 and my mounting area is 16:9 and it's really bugging me. Is there a way to shrink the viewable area using a third party program or can I do anything from windows display setting at all."
    you could always modify a skin & have a frontend display in a clipped area, but when your not in the front end & in windows I don't think there is a way to do what your after.... modify the bezel or get a screen that fits is the only logical answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by robjen1019 View Post
    little dongle on the vga connector is for 12v input. As for rca connection (yellow) use the usb port on the side. it isn't an actual usb port, but mine came with a wiring harness that connected to the usb plug.
    After looking a bit more carefully, I found the usb to male rca cord in the box! I guess I have been working to hard.

    Of course the rca connections are male on both the cable and the camera but that should be an easy fix.

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    Did you call Gooddeals18?
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbocad6 View Post
    you could always modify a skin & have a frontend display in a clipped area, but when your not in the front end & in windows I don't think there is a way to do what your after.... modify the bezel or get a screen that fits is the only logical answer
    Hi I'm sorry but I'm really new to this. what do you mean by have a frontend display in a clipped area. So far I have Road Runner and Centafuse and I don't really know how to do that. Thanks.

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    Not trying to be rude, but... If you have to ask, it's probably not something you're going to be able to do.
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