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    Hooking up dscustoms screen....

    I was wondering what the best way to hook this screen up would be? I was planning on just splicing the power, ground, and acc from my head units harness. Is this a bad idea? Any other better solutions? Straight to battery? Hooking up to PC's psu was also suggested, but I dont know if that would be a good idea. Thanks!
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    That's how i have mine, works fine
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    Which way? :P
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    Re: Hooking up dscustoms screen....

    Originally posted by InFix
    I was planning on just splicing the power, ground, and acc from my head units harness.
    aka Kumaneko
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    Real computer hackers use a rotary cutting tool on their motherboard.

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    Ah, thanks.
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