Hey, after a few more days of reading I have come up with a different computer then what I first had. The specs for this one is as follows.
Intel BLKD945GCLF2 Mini-ITX Motherboard with Integrated Atom™ Processor
M2-ATX-HV 160W Intelligent DC-DC PSU
BU-353 Weather-proof GPS Receiver
iGuidance v2009 4.1 Laptop, UMPC/Car PC Edition
Roadrunner Front end
Western Digital Caviar Blue WD800JD 80GB 7200 RPM 8MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s
LG Black 20X DVD+R 2MB Cache SATA 20X DVD±R DVD Burner
StarTech 6" 20 pin ATX Power Supply to 24 pin Motherboard Adapter
Nippon Labs 4-Pin PC power to 2 x SATA Converter Cables Model POW-SATA-2
Link Depot 4 Pin Power Y Cable Model POW-ADT-4PY (Just in case)
BYTECC 18" Serial ATA-150/300 Cable w/Locking Latch Model SATA-118C X2
WINTEC AMPO 1GB 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 667 (PC2 5300)
Creative Sound Blaster Audigy SE SB0570LPVP 5.1 Channels 24-bit 96KHz
Lilliput 629 7" VGA Touchscreen 629GL-70NP LED Backlight
Windows XP (with Nlite if I can figure it out)
All the amps and speakers haven't changed
As far as the wiring goes, I plan on using 2guage wire from the battery with a 150amp inline fuse running to a distributer block that will go to the M2 ATX by a 8guage wire that has a 15 amp fuse in the block and also to my amps with a 4guage wire that has a 90amp fuse. The M2 ATX will power my Lilliput monitor along with the DVD/CD rom, 80GB HD and the PC. The 4guage wire that is going to the amps will run into another distributing block that will split it into 2 8guage wires, one will have a 60amp fuse that goes to the MPR-M500 (sub amp) while the other 8guage wire will have a 30amp fuse and will go to the MPR-F250 (4channel amp) The brown wire that is connecting the two amps together is suppose to be the remote wire for the amps. I don't like lines over lapping in wire diagrams so I had to put it like that. When I install it, I will be splicing 1 of the remote wires into the other so I will have 1 wire going to the M2 ATX for the "anti thump"
Hopefully everyone can understand my wire diagram. If anyone spots any problems can you mind telling me? I want to play with wires only 1 time if you know what I mean.
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