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I just wanted to say thank you to Robby BMW for developing this solution and thank you to _Dejan_ for putting the boards together! And of course the others who have posted such great information on...
Almost as old as you then!
Not for another 50 years...
I ditched the head unit in my current car but I did see that someone now produces PC interfaces for some leading headunits (including Pioneer).
I forget the link, sure I saw it here somewhere.
The unit keeps it's last settings...
What you need is some software to set the shutdown volume when you shutdown your pc.
Unfortunately I do tend to use both BP and shell :-(
At 0126 this morning £300.00 was withdrawn from the ATM machine at Abbey National, Kilburn High Road, London, NW6 7HS.
I was asleep at this time so how should I know this? Well, the money was...
220x135x29... How big is the hole you have to fit it in?
The cables on the Lilliputs aren't great... especially if they have the DIN connector. This causes the ripple of the image.
The crispness of the image is affected by two things.
1. Resolution. ...
That does look like a sweet bit of kit!
Here's some useful links I book marked:
Sorry to break the track of the thread, but where did you get your nano ITX board from?
The ISO loom includes a line for dimming. Not always connected, this is a 12v switched line. Normally, this comes on with the headlights, or vice versa.
Virtual com repeater would be good simply to allow use of gps in several programs at the same time. e.g. autoroute and copilot at the same time.
Did you use the correct rating of fuse?
Check the manual... Most have a bypass sequence to enable powering up from battery.
Might have to just use a different UPS.
Some UPS's won't power up directly from the battery
Electrons flow from negative to positive...
Your best bet is CAT5... but instead of just connecting up pin to wire you need to do it sensibly.
1. Make sure you are not going to much distance... build it with a short cable first off.
The UPS is designed to charge the battery... but should be fine if you don't plug it into the mains.
The worst you will do is burn out the UPS.
The fuse does not limit current except when it blows... If it is getting hot then it is not rated high enough and likely your cabling is not up to the job.
Urm, Matrox have been making multi-display cards for quite some time now...