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    Quote Originally Posted by aindfan View Post
    I just got the bracket for the 669, and I can't quite get it to fit. The metal part that screws onto the H bracket hit the floor of the case, preventing the board from attaching. In addition, the board is taller than the enclosure, so the only way that I found to mount the board was to wedge it behind the screen before the bezel ends.
    I guess that's a negative on it (the bbn case) working for the 669 series. What do you mean by wedge? Could you post come pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steven765 View Post
    I guess that's a negative on it (the bbn case) working for the 669 series. What do you mean by wedge? Could you post come pics?
    I'm guessing aindfan bought a 5 wire 669, which does not fit into a double din case. The 4 wire version fits in the double din case perfectly, no wedging required.
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    So the 4 wire 669 fits? I was talking with the folks at mo-c0-so and they said it wouldn't fit. I'm confused, Has anyone actually fit the 669gl in the bbn case or seen one fit properly with the updated bracket?

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    I have a 4 wire 669GL high brightness screen, put into a double din bybyte frame (by mo-co-so), sitting in my garage. Yes, it will fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steven765 View Post
    So the 4 wire 669 fits? I was talking with the folks at mo-c0-so and they said it wouldn't fit. I'm confused, Has anyone actually fit the 669gl in the bbn case or seen one fit properly with the updated bracket?
    theonlykid is mo-co-so(the creator of this thread)..

    it will def. fit, he might have been talking about the 5 wire version..

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    wait frame, not case. I think we got mixed up. I and the other poster were asking about the double din case, not the open frame. I saw the frame on the website, but the case is what I was trying to figure out.

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    with a 669 4 wire, i was told the board is too tall for it.


    nm just got an answer from bybyte, It will not fit vertically, you have to lay the control board down on the floor.
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    Power for the 669: does it need regulated 12 VDC, or can you run it straight off battery power?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Caelric View Post
    Power for the 669: does it need regulated 12 VDC, or can you run it straight off battery power?
    Yes, you can run it from the battery, but you'll want to keep the inline fuse.
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    Hi Chaps, is there a specific display driver for the 669GL?

    I canít get any of my pc's to detect its native res of 800 x 480, this specific resolution is simply not selectable on any of my machines.

    Iíve had no luck with the latest ATI Catalyst 11.11 drivers, the closest Iíve got was using a recent Forcware driver to create a custom resolution and apply it within W7 on an Nvidia/Intel rig.
    Custom resolutions can be quite fickle, so Iím not to keen on this solution

    I would appreciate any suggestions people might have.

    Cheers

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    Hi, all members. I bought the lilliput 669gl. Who can know, remove blue background screen when signal lost? I can't find it option at menu settings. It really can remove?

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