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    Im stuck between a few Lilliput Displays..

    It will be used in a double din dash section..I want to get the best bang for my buck and im just getting into the understanding of these decives. Anyone have any experiances? Open to all opinions!

    1. Lilliput 669GL-70NP/C/T 450 Nits ($270 after shipping)

    Color System PAL-4.43 / NTSC-3.5
    Screen Size Diagonal 7 / 178mm 1152000 pixels
    Supported Resolution 800 x 480 up to 1920 x 1080
    Input Options 1x HDMI, 1x DVI, 1x VGA, 2x RCA/Composite
    Screen Ratio 15:9
    Audio Output >100mW
    Contrast Ratio 500:1

    Brightness 450cd/m2
    Viewing Angle 140H/120V
    Input Voltage 11-13vDC
    Power Consumption <9W
    Outer Dimensions 177 107 77mm L x H x D
    Weight 450 Grams

    2. Lilliput 669GL-70NP/C/T HDMI Touchscreen ($245 Shipped)Color System
    PAL-4.43 / NTSC-3.58

    Screen SizeDiagonal 7 / 178mm 1152000 pixels
    Supported Resolution 800 x 480 up to 1920 x 1080
    Input Options 1x HDMI, 1x DVI, 1x VGA, 2x RCA/Composite
    Screen Ratio 15:9
    Audio Output >100mW
    Contrast Ratio 500:1

    Brightness 250cd/m2
    Viewing Angle 140H/120V
    Input Voltage 11-13vDC
    Power Consumption <9W
    Outer Dimensions 177 107 77mm L x H x D
    Weight 450 Grams

    3. Lilliput EBY701-NP/C/T 7" Touch Screen VGA($215 Shipped)

    Color System PAL-4.43 / NTSC-3.58
    Screen Size Diagonal 7 / 178mm 1152000 pixels
    Supported Resolution 800 x 480 up to 1024 x 768
    Screen Ratio 15:9
    Audio Output >100mW

    Contrast Ratio 500:1
    Brightness 300cd/m2
    Viewing Angle 45/60(Up/Down), 65/65(Left/Right)
    Input Voltage 11-13vDC
    Power Consumption <9W
    Outer Dimensions 177 x 107 x 71mm W x H x D
    Weight 474g / 1lb 1oz

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    you listed the 669 twice, and thats the one i'd go with based on several years of personal experience.
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    Since you are on a budget, you should also check out MiniTouch 700 . I originally bought it but then couldn't get its VGA connection to play nice with Nvidia ION DVI-A input, so I went with 669GL instead and used native HDMI. However, MiniTouch is a lot cheaper and is very bright.

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    Yea, the one 669 is 250nits and the HB model is 450 Nits. I think i may just go with the 450 Nit 669 model, seems like many people like these.

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    Not sure about the 669 but the 629 had some serious problems working in it's native resolution. They might have fixed it but before you buy, make sure to test the resolution.

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    I have the EBY-701 and my biggest problem is with glare from sunlight. No complaints at night though. VGA cable needed lengthening to reach trunk to dash..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonicxtacy02 View Post
    you listed the 669 twice, and thats the one i'd go with based on several years of personal experience.
    He listed the 250 and 450 nit versions.

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    Best bang for your buck, considering you want double din: http://www.display-touch.com/capacit...e/prod_14.html

    You get the 450 nit 669, in a double din frame + Capacitive Multi Touch for about 50.00 more than the 270.00 unit you referenced......

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    Quote Originally Posted by tft_lcd_org View Post
    Best bang for your buck, considering you want double din: http://www.display-touch.com/capacit...e/prod_14.html

    You get the 450 nit 669, in a double din frame + Capacitive Multi Touch for about 50.00 more than the 270.00 unit you referenced......
    been stalking this site for awhile and have not yet decided which monitor to pick. do you know why the mini touch 700 is 100 bucks more expensive than the lilliput version? he states that it has TRUE 800x480 resolution. Are people still getting trouble setting this resolution on 669? had some more questions but can`t remember now! haha
    cheers.

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