Are there any details on using the audio interface this kit provides? The ebay page shows some kind of 4 pin header that I assume provides right and left channels. However, the image doesn't have an hdmi interface so I'm not sure if the hdmi version is laid out the same. My ideal usage would be to use the hdmi input to feed audio and video, and then use the header to pipe the audio out to an amplifier. Is anyone doing this and is a $20 line output converter sufficient?
Or better yet does the circuit board have a line level output hidden on it anywhere? :)
Intended use is with a raspberry, and while I could just get a usb sound card, it would be a simpler project (less software the raspberry has to worry about) if I could use the lcd panel's output.
Are we able to see pictures of the mini-itx board mounted inside the enclosure? At this stage Im not sure how hard it would be to mount a hard drive/ power supply inside. On top of that, do you utilize a smaller VGA cable? I believe from the back panel of the motherboard to the VGA input for the screen you would need a cable, the standard one is typically 1m + , so we would have a really long cable to go maybe 5-10cm?
Originally Posted by 8838.com
Thanks in advance.
Hi Derrick and all,
I am working through getting the screen to display at 800x480. So far I have set the custom resolution but the actual screen still seems to be stuck in 720p mode (see image below) . Any suggestions?
- using HDMI
- Intel HD2000 on board graphics with latest drivers
- Created 800x480, 32 bit @ 60hz custom res
- set this res via advanced settings
- the monitor refreshes with smaller screen (see pic)
- notification that optimal resolution is 1280x720 (see pic)
- osd of screen says 720p (see pic)
If you have any idea what to do I'd appreciate it :)
Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 2
Thanks Meva99 for posting a link to the touchscreen drivers, I was able to get the touchscreen to calibrate and work well with them.
What I now need, is the drivers for the left buttons panel so I can program them to be of use, and program their color. Did anyone see any drivers for those buttons posted, or did anyone receive a driver with their kit?
Also, I too cannot create a working 800x480 driver for this touchscreen, it only detects at 800x600. Any tips?
HDMI 800x480, 32 bit @ 60hz ,the answer will find here www.8838.com/soft/800x480.zip
Sorry for the late reply :)
Originally Posted by coucouillu
Yes, Motor City Technologies was our reseller before, we may do business again in the future. The capacitive overlay caused some problem and we put that plan suspended...Motor City should have their own project, but it is not relate to us.
I will talk to the management and see if we can bring the capacitive plan alive, but it won`t happen soon...any updates, I will post here. hope everyone in the east will have a safe week due to the weather. take care :)
Thanks for sharing :)
Originally Posted by rray
here is download link for all the drivers: www.8838.com/soft/touch.rar
Thanks for sharing! anything we can help, let us know. enjoy and take care :)
Originally Posted by meva999
Thanks for helping :)
Originally Posted by meva999