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    You have not forgotten the wide-screen users!...

    You have not forgotten the wide-screen users! Looking forward to it :whoo:
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    Look up hall-effect current sensors. This may be...

    Look up hall-effect current sensors. This may be what you're looking for.
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    Seems to be a good device for kids use: ...

    Seems to be a good device for kids use:

    streaming video from car pc storage wirelessly
  4. The ribbon will most likely melt. If you don't...

    The ribbon will most likely melt.

    If you don't plan to exchange the touch panel for a correct one, and the ribbon cable fits the existing connector on the PCB, you may want to just desolder the...
  5. Thread: Shift Light

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    Normal shift light usually indicate engine...

    Normal shift light usually indicate engine redline, before fuel cutoff. Most aftermarket shift lights is adjustable to a specific engine speed.

    There are also up-shift lights that were federally...
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    I have a Directed Electronics HD radio (shares...

    I have a Directed Electronics HD radio (shares the same design with Visteon) hooked up to the computer using Mitch's serial cable. Audio is fed into the line-in jack on the sound card. Very good...
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    I have kx project driver (used with Audigy 4...

    I have kx project driver (used with Audigy 4 Non-Pro) working with RideRunner with Mitch's HD radio. At first I had a small issue with volume control, but after reinstalling both kx and RR (latest...
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    You can cannibalize a cigarette power adapter for...

    You can cannibalize a cigarette power adapter for laptops. This particular model do 12V 3A (36W):

    http://www.meritline.com/asus-eee-pc-dc-adapter---p-37266.aspx?source=s2010
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    Forgot to mention the desktop computer was...

    Forgot to mention the desktop computer was running at 1680x1050 with OM filling the entire screen. Almost as choppy as on the car PC.

    I tested it again at 1024x768 and it's much smoother, although...
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    Car PC: CPU: 113.8 GPU: 120.8 OM's...

    Car PC:
    CPU: 113.8
    GPU: 120.8
    OM's responsiveness: transition motion choppy (feels like frame-skipping option turned on for a game running on slower computers to achieve acceptable speed), but...
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    This may be off-topic, but has anyone here tried...

    This may be off-topic, but has anyone here tried the Sanyo CCA-BC200 rear-view camera?

    The main feature is that it has a box that takes the video coming from the wide-angle CCD camera, and perform...
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    I got native 800x480 resolution to work using a...

    I got native 800x480 resolution to work using a modified driver found in one of the older 945 threads. My 2010 Lilliput EBY701 shows it as 800x480 55Hz.
  13. Neato!

    Neato!
  14. Ah I was just wondering what the "Logo" options...

    Ah I was just wondering what the "Logo" options were inside the service menu. I'm guessing it's for displaying manufacturer's logo (for rebranded units).
  15. From what I figured out by reading past posts: ...

    From what I figured out by reading past posts:

    Both monitors now contains the same LCD panel. The big difference between them is the shape and the arrangement of the internal circuit boards. This...
  16. Disable / Suppress Source Name on Lilliput LCDs?

    Hello all

    I have a Lilliput EBY701-NP/C/T monitor purchased in January 2010. I'm wondering if there's a way to disable the ugly green text that shows the current source selected? It seems that the...
  17. That's it! It reminds me how the quick add in...

    That's it!

    It reminds me how the quick add in Google Calendar behaves: you enter a string, and Google deciphers the time / date / description from that string of text.

    It seems that the...
  18. Which Front End is Suitable for These Awesome Voice Commands?

    Hello all

    After much tinkering, the hardware portion of my car computer seems to work correctly.

    I've been testing Centrafuse and Ride Runner so far and they seem to play media well. Although,...
  19. My 2009 EBY701 (purchased from Mobile Computing...

    My 2009 EBY701 (purchased from Mobile Computing Solutions just arrived yesterday) does not display 800x480 correctly when tested on two different graphic cards. There are visible horizontal scaling...
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    It is pretty good. The number is almost...

    It is pretty good. The number is almost comparable to a netbook; it should be no surprise since the 945GSE chipset is a notebook chipset.
    The sound blaster card alone pulls about 0.4A (4.8W)

    Here...
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    Power Consumption / Battery Life

    My informal testing revealed that with the following setup:

    D945GSEJT
    1024x768 resolution
    40mm case fan, speed set on low in BIOS
    2GB RAM
    160GB 5400RPM HD
    USB 802.11n card (on)
    USB Bluetooth...
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    Twin View LCD in 2010 Range Rover

    Recently I learned about the Twin View LCD installed in the 2010 Range Rover vehicles. The screen displays different different images based on the viewing angle. I'm interested in learning more about...
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    It's probably difficult to reverse-engineer and...

    It's probably difficult to reverse-engineer and trying to modify the original board's power-on behavior (as it's preprogrammed into the onboard microcontroller).

    Rather than using discrete analog...
  24. Is there a winner? :)

    Is there a winner? :)
  25. It might be worth the effort to redo the solder...

    It might be worth the effort to redo the solder job if it's indeed that fragile. Use heatshrink tubing for a more robust and easier insulation than electrical tape.

    Strip insulation, slip on heat...
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