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    1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee PC

    So here is my install of an Aopen Mini PC with the ever-famous Xenarc 700TSV. I still have to find some wood trim to finish the edges but it is pretty sweet so far.
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    CarPC (Aopen MiniPC 945-X) Using Windows XP Pro SP2, Street Deck v1.1.0.0, Windows Media Player v10, Delorme LT-20 USB GPS receiver, Xenarc 700TSV touchscreen, Carnetix P-1900 Power Supply.

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    What is the center armrest showing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThurzNite View Post
    What is the center armrest showing?
    Jae
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    Wheres the pc?
    1998 Camaro Worklog Starting over, New setup for 2010

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    Mini-PC

    The center armrest is where I put the Mini-PC. Here are some pics.
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    CarPC (Aopen MiniPC 945-X) Using Windows XP Pro SP2, Street Deck v1.1.0.0, Windows Media Player v10, Delorme LT-20 USB GPS receiver, Xenarc 700TSV touchscreen, Carnetix P-1900 Power Supply.

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    do you really get good signals with the LT 20 gps reciever?

    mine sucked so I tossed it and bought a pharos.

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    Signal for LT-20

    The LT-20 is sucking pretty bad. I have Street Deck and it constantly says weak signal from GPS or some crap like that. I will get a different GPS. I used to have the Old Delorme GPS USB but got the weak signal thing so I bought this one. Man am I ****ed that it sucks too. Let me know what kind of luck you have with that Pharos one. I am also building a custom Bezel right now for the Screen. BONDO!!!!! Here are some pics so far. I simply used the front part of my Xenarc and framed it in using thick poster board I picked up at a craft store. The BONDO is pretty easy to use but messy. Will post more pics when complete.

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    CarPC (Aopen MiniPC 945-X) Using Windows XP Pro SP2, Street Deck v1.1.0.0, Windows Media Player v10, Delorme LT-20 USB GPS receiver, Xenarc 700TSV touchscreen, Carnetix P-1900 Power Supply.

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    FINALLY! Someone is doing install for a wj!! I've thought about so many different ideas for installing the screen in my 2000, but I could never find anything I was sold on. The one reason I didn't want to do it the way you are is that the ac controls didn't seem to line up correctly at the bottom, but in your pics it looks very nice. I always thought the ac controls would stick out more. Please hurry up and finish this so you can convince me to finally go ahead and build mine!

    What kind of surround are you using to hold the monitor in the pics? Does that come with that xenarc?

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    I am a wj owner too - that is most likely my next project!
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    Progress Meter {**-------} 15% most of the parts are in or have been ordered... Assembly has begun!!!!

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    I am as well, unfortionatly Im not good with Fabrication, but i'll sure pay for someone to send me a mold I'm still researching my options on this one

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    looking good man

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