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    Smile Lilliput LCD Questions

    Hello everyone!

    Ok, I must be one of the rare ones that has a perfect screen! I can use almost every resolution (even the crazy 1280x800, yes you read that right...widescreen laptop resolution)...I don't need to cycle the power when it changes resolution. There is no spookie woman or logo!

    However, I do have some questions!

    1) Has anyone used that on board usb plug that is on the side of the lcd? Does it actually work to plugin say a keyboard?

    2) Has anyone figured out why in the world there is a USB connector on the A/V cable?!

    I have figured out the following myself so far:

    1) The red plug is 2nd video input OR audio (if just using one device)
    2) Using a Palm stylus is the best way to use the touchscreen (you can even get the CORNER X to close Windows apps!)
    3) The Calibration is best done with the stylus..and yes you have to keep pressing/holding until it beeps to do the calibration.

    Please help me answer my two questions, thanks in advance.

    yuprules

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    The USB plug on the screen is actually for the aux A/V inputs. Plug that cable in there.
    We need a fingertip stylus!

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    Ohhh!

    Quote Originally Posted by Altimat
    The USB plug on the screen is actually for the aux A/V inputs. Plug that cable in there.
    We need a fingertip stylus!
    Oh cripes...no wonder the A/V didn't work when I didn't plug in the USB! Thanks for the tip.

    If you have long enough nails you can cut it in the shape of a Palm stylus!

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    Don't have the cables in front of me, but the A/V cable for the Lilliput has a black female connector. Looks like a power connector. what is this conncetor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ose-ml320
    Don't have the cables in front of me, but the A/V cable for the Lilliput has a black female connector. Looks like a power connector. what is this conncetor?
    I actually own a DS old Lilliput screen (not the new ones people are buying now on this board)...that is used to power the screen, you can actually plug the power adapter into there. At least, that is what it is used for on old screen, there is no power connector on the screen itself.

    Oh, funny side note...the remote from my old Lilliput works with the new VGA lcd's! The funny part is the Calendar button actually works on the old screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yuprules
    I actually own a DS old Lilliput screen (not the new ones people are buying now on this board)...that is used to power the screen, you can actually plug the power adapter into there. At least, that is what it is used for on old screen, there is no power connector on the screen itself.
    That's what I was thinking, in fact, I checked to see if the power cord fit, without AC current. I was afraid to ZAP!! my new screen. I'll leave it for someone else to confirm.
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    what is this talk of a spooky woman and having to reset the screen on res change - these both worry me as i'm about to order a lilliput.....
    James

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    spppooooky woman

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamez_Warner
    what is this talk of a spooky woman and having to reset the screen on res change - these both worry me as i'm about to order a lilliput.....
    James
    Don't quote me on this one, it ***seems**** the FIRST RUN of Lilliput monitors are either:

    a) Refurb Jurassic Park arcade monitors
    b) Refurb Pretty girl game (no one has found the name of the game yet)
    c) test images that got burned in the memory of the LCD

    However, my screen that I ordered on October 20th (from Extreme Audio Ebay) does not have the Jurassic Park nor the woman. I also DO NOT have any over range problems with any resolution at 60hz, I'm not sure if people are just setting the hz too high or it is the first run of the monitor.

    I am VERY HAPPY with my LCD Touchscreen Monitor, just be sure to e-mail Extreme Audio for instructions on how to add/pay for the touchscreen properly BEFORE sending money. Here's my setup if you are curious:

    - ATI Mobility RADEON on an Emachines widescreen laptop
    - 32 bit color works fine in these resolutions: 1280x800 resolution 60hz (for some strange reason, the VGA out is converted to 1024x768..even though the control panel is 1280x800). I have also tried 1024x768 60hz, 800x600 60hz!
    - I use a Palm/Pocket PC Stylus instead of my finger and I can use ALL CORNERS of the screen (even the X to close apps!)
    - Yes the damn screen gets hot on the corners...BURNING in fact.
    - Remote is totally strange, it is a remote from an OLD MODEL Lilliput LCD so it has extra buttons on it that don't do anything (Show Calendar for example).

    I rate this as a BUY, just as long as you get the newer one that i got...No Jurassic or pretty Asian woman!

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    hmm first i've heard of this - is this the VGA or composite version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamez_Warner
    hmm first i've heard of this - is this the VGA or composite version?

    My comments above are about the new Lilliput VGA screens that everyone is talking about on this board.

    I only mention the *OLD* DS Lilliput lcd because the remote is the same as the *NEW* VGA one.

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