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    Looks good mate. The screen folds down into the dash and is hidden very well! It would be difficult to know there's a screen in there when it is closed like that.

    P.S. That a big Amp!
    I installed my carpc into my pet Kangaroo, mate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NiSlo View Post
    Looks good mate. The screen folds down into the dash and is hidden very well! It would be difficult to know there's a screen in there when it is closed like that.

    P.S. That a big Amp!

    I worked so hard into the screen adaption (Sorry for my english), because, i have only this car, and is for daily use

    You only know that there is a screen if you have seen it before


    Yes, a big amp, xddd

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    Hi Enriquez,
    Awesome Car, Awesome Install. Congratulations on your fabiaputer !
    was a pleasure reading and watching those wonderful pics of the install.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sviyer View Post
    Hi Enriquez,
    Awesome Car, Awesome Install. Congratulations on your fabiaputer !
    was a pleasure reading and watching those wonderful pics of the install.
    thank you very much sviyer, i'm so glad that you've liked my installation and my car

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racing_Enriquez View Post
    MORE IMAGES



    Two pics of microphone wiring: (for hands free)






    And one more, of microphone installed:

    Not tested yet.

    Is a standar microphone, connected to sound card






    Here another two pics of the fire extinguisher that I've installed in the cabin (screwed to driver's seat): In the trunk there is another one of 2Kg







    This is a image of one of front woofers (the rear woofers are the same), the door panel was removed to retight one of the screws)







    And this is what I've called "Anti Scratch":







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    I love your install. I do have to say Im glad i have a giant SUV. You had to take apart so much to get your PC in there.

    Also, about you microphone, I will be surprised if it gets good pickup. I did the same thing as you and everyone said i sounded far away. I bought a omni directional mic, but have not tested it yet since i am doing a reinstall on my PC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    I love your install. I do have to say Im glad i have a giant SUV. You had to take apart so much to get your PC in there.

    Also, about you microphone, I will be surprised if it gets good pickup. I did the same thing as you and everyone said i sounded far away. I bought a omni directional mic, but have not tested it yet since i am doing a reinstall on my PC.

    Thankyou so much.

    Yes, lots of work (adapting the screen costed me approx 20 hours, maybe more)



    The microphone is not tested yet, but if doesn't have good pickup i will install a better mic (a friend gave me it)


    Also need to install the cameras, yes, cameras, one in the front, and one in the rear, xdd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racing_Enriquez View Post
    Thankyou so much.

    Yes, lots of work (adapting the screen costed me approx 20 hours, maybe more)



    The microphone is not tested yet, but if doesn't have good pickup i will install a better mic (a friend gave me it)


    Also need to install the cameras, yes, cameras, one in the front, and one in the rear, xdd
    HEHE, I have something similar. I have a cam in the rear, then one on the left side and the right side to see the blind spots. How will you see the front and back at the same time. Im using a Digital Quad Processor so I can see all 3 at the same time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    HEHE, I have something similar. I have a cam in the rear, then one on the left side and the right side to see the blind spots. How will you see the front and back at the same time. Im using a Digital Quad Processor so I can see all 3 at the same time.
    I will install 2 cams, because i'm really bad parking my car, xddd


    The rear cam will be conected to reverse gear + wire


    And the front cam will be connected to a switch that be activated when I gear 1st (my car has manual gearbox)


    But your Digital processor looks good

    So expensive????


    (sorry for my english)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Racing_Enriquez View Post
    I will install 2 cams, because i'm really bad parking my car, xddd


    The rear cam will be conected to reverse gear + wire


    And the front cam will be connected to a switch that be activated when I gear 1st (my car has manual gearbox)


    But your Digital processor looks good

    So expensive????


    (sorry for my english)

    On Ebay it is very cheap. About 59.99 and up. Here is the link to the exact one I bought.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Security-4-Ch-Re...3286.m14.l1318

    I went with this one because you can adjust the position of each PIP screen and it saves the position in its memory even when you cut power to it. Since mine is on all the time, I have the main screen to see the rear, then the left and right in the top corners so there not in the way. You can simply connect this to a 12 volt source directly. If you have ever seen the sound blaster live 24 bit USB, thats how big this unit is.
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    So interesting, thanks

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