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    Is it possible to make a removable LCD?
    The question isn't "who is going to let me"; it's "who is going to stop me".

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    Yes, very easy to do. You just need to draw it out, think it through and then execute on it. Anything is possible, it just takes time and effort
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    I suggest you get a NTSC LCD. Mine is fully removeable. Look at my website and my new pics. links are down below.
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    I mean like a 20x4 LCD...a small one..
    The question isn't "who is going to let me"; it's "who is going to stop me".

    Car: 1992 Buick Roadmaster Station Wagon 358K Miles and still running
    Player: P2 400MHz, 128MB RAM, 30GB HD, IRMAN, 40x4 LCD, 250W ATX PS and 350W Inverter
    Soon to come: 6.4" LCD Display, GPS

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    Foobar Is it possible to make a removable LCD?
    Yes put it in a box and make a plug on the back of the box so you can unplug it whenever you want.The plug could be a 25pin conector female , then you could use a normal cable to extend it if you want to. That's what i did.
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    I have a removable 4x20 VFD and keypad that will be used in my car. It uses a 25 pin connector. I have some pictures of it on my website.
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    mp3bobo I have a removable 4x20 VFD and keypad that will be used in my car. It uses a 25 pin connector.

    I hope to make something like that.
    The question isn't "who is going to let me"; it's "who is going to stop me".

    Car: 1992 Buick Roadmaster Station Wagon 358K Miles and still running
    Player: P2 400MHz, 128MB RAM, 30GB HD, IRMAN, 40x4 LCD, 250W ATX PS and 350W Inverter
    Soon to come: 6.4" LCD Display, GPS

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