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    Damn, 30 bucks... and its probably the same thing... Radio Shack seems to be a big rip off with that kind of ****

    edit/self note: This forum doesnt like bad words....
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    I'm thinking of buying that LCD monitor myselves, but I'm going to use my old Voodoo3 card.
    Is this going to work? I did never get that Voodoo3 video out crap to work so is there a way I can use the standar vga plug?
    A vga to rca converter or something?


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    A vga to rca converter, aka a "Scan Converter" is a pretty expensive piece of equipment. I don't think i've ever seen them cheaper than $60 or $70.
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    You'd be better off buying an old GeForce 2 or something for cheaper

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    Originally posted by Mr. Pute
    infinitiqx4:

    moahdib:

    Like I said, I plugged the monitor into my desktop computer. I have no intention of correcting the signal coming out of my desktop computer. I'll start tweaking things once I get a hold of the EPIA-M thats going in my car. I have an All-In-Wonder 7500 in my desktop computer. The damn thing wouldn't even let me play an AVI correctly over my composite output! ATI Sucks. Enough said.


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    Mr. Pute,
    Looks pretty good but, if you would be so kind to post some pics when it's connected to the Epia-M. Are you going to use onboard output?

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    I'm poor right now so I can't buy my EPIA-M yet

    I'll post pics once I get a paycheck.

    Yes, I will be using all of the onboard functions.

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    Originally posted by Mr. Pute
    I'm poor right now so I can't buy my EPIA-M yet

    I'll post pics once I get a paycheck.

    Yes, I will be using all of the onboard functions.


    I hear you on the poor factor. It will be interesting to see the differance of the three different outputs....

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    MEdia Center?

    I been really wanted to test out windows media center. Where did you get it at and what hardware are you running?
    Linux + SUID = l33t

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    Originally posted by timothy
    A vga to rca converter, aka a "Scan Converter" is a pretty expensive piece of equipment. I don't think i've ever seen them cheaper than $60 or $70.
    I made one for a few bucks. Just use an Analog devices AD724 or AD725.
    Alex Lear

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