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Thread: GREAT DEAL: 10.4" Touchscreen - Samsung LCD $215!

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    Can you post some pictures of the lcd in action

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicnuno View Post
    Can you post some pictures of the lcd in action
    Well, I don't really have a video camera so I tried to take some video with my camera phone, but the camcorder part is like horrible quality, not even worth watching to tell how well the screen works. But I did bust out my old digital camera and take some pics. They are at night, and the camera is pretty crappy, but its the best i can do, here is the screen. In person it is 100% crystal clear, it looks really awesome!







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    I purchased one of these and love it! I did have a helluva time getting the drivers to work on the touchscreen. They would work on my laptop, but not on the SFF computer I am using it on. I found a driver from another company that finally solved the problem. punkerguy - did you get the TV portion working, I could not seem to make it happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scout800 View Post
    I purchased one of these and love it! I did have a helluva time getting the drivers to work on the touchscreen. They would work on my laptop, but not on the SFF computer I am using it on. I found a driver from another company that finally solved the problem. punkerguy - did you get the TV portion working, I could not seem to make it happen.
    Weird, my drivers worked out of the box on all 3 computers i hooked it up too. What TV portion are you talking about? I have my computer hooked up through VGA and my DVD Head Unit hooked up through composite video and both work fine. Isn't it a great screen though?! Just don't make the mistake i did when trying to mod it in the first time, i cracked the touch screen part because the part i was trying to mount the screen flush up against wasn't perfectly flat, so it tweaked the screen a tad and cracked it, that sucked! Had to get another one :-)
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    i may be blind, but where does it say samsung panel.

    great deal to bad i got enough monitors already

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yevmeister View Post
    i may be blind, but where does it say samsung panel.

    great deal to bad i got enough monitors already

    Yev
    Where does what say Samsung panel? The website doesn't say it. I know they have Samsung panels because i bought two of them!
    - Mike

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    fair enough

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    The unit has channel buttons on it so I assumed it had TV capability, not that I really need it for my use. Anyway, the he remote does not seem to do anything and when I scroll through the inputs there is no TV, just AV1,AV2,VGA and PAL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scout800 View Post
    The unit has channel buttons on it so I assumed it had TV capability, not that I really need it for my use. Anyway, the he remote does not seem to do anything and when I scroll through the inputs there is no TV, just AV1,AV2,VGA and PAL.
    I know for a fact there is no TV tuner board in there, not to mention no where to hook up a coax cable. I am not sure why the channel buttons are there, maybe there is something you can buy to make it one, or maybe some models have it and some don't It didn't really matter to me because i don't have cable TV in my truck, lol. Your remote should work though to control the input selection, menus, etc. Mine does. Make sure your battery is working. What i did when i molded in my screen is I unsoldered the IR sensor from the button board inside the case and soldered wires to it and then back to the button board that way i could mount the IR remote receiver elsewhere in the truck (under my dash). This way i just hid the button board and i use the remote when i need to change inputs or do anything else in the settings of the screen.
    - Mike

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    Do the channel buttons provide a keypress to the computer, or can they be programmed to? Just thinking this was the intent.
    I have too much time and too little aggravation in my life, so I built a carPC. ;)

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