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    How to convert from Hirose to RCA????

    Is there a way to convert from hirose to RCA? I have a mobo with a hirose connector and the screen I have is 10.4" but it is too big for my auto. I am looking for a smaller screen and the ones I want have RCA connectors. Is there a way to convert the hirose to the RCA without buying a video card? My space is limited as I am mounting the mobo in the glove compartment. I just have enough room for the mobo and a sound card. Any help would be appreciated.
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    Nick

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    Hirose is the manufacturer of the connector. That doesn't tell us anything about what the connector does. See if you can find the pinouts and post them.
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    It is a 31 pin it is actually a df9-31. I know it is prob impossible.

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    can you give us either a picture of the connector or more specs on your system and the display that it normally hooks up to?
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    A picture can be found at this site:
    <A HREF="http://www.esskabel.de/produkte/Anschlussadapter/Display-Adapter/Display-Adapter-haupt.htm/">DISPLAY ADAPTER</A>

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    Okay sorry here is the link

    Hirose display adapter

    Follow the link ADA DF9-31

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    uhhh which one?

    not only is the page in german but I also have no idea which one you're referring to

    Try using the "http://" button to post your link as well
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    http://www.esskabel.de/produkte/Ansc...pter-haupt.htm


    click on the link then when the page open click on the link that says "ADA-DF9-31" thats the adapter he is talking about.....

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    yeah sorry he posted that message while I was posting mine so I didn't see it.

    as for trying to find a connector: good luck

    If you can find the pinout then maybe you can get somewhere.
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