In the 5th pic you see the computer covered up, its a peice of mdf with some carpet on it and a hole with a grill for the fan.
The hd , look at last pic, is just loosely lying around (bottom middle), I've had problems with sata cables coming loose so i'm looking for a good spot. I'd actually recommend a pata drive..
I've had a couple of PM regarding my skin...
Spider-skin, look here...
nice job pcpete!
I was gonna ask you what the device was, next to the shifter, but, seen the linky further down.
How does that device work for you? Is it a good mouse replacement?
One of the best things I've added...but it doesn't work as a mouse...I've got a dinovo mini for that..
I used the touchscreen for a couple of months before I got it and having to reach over to change song or switch to gps etc was getting tiring plus you've got to take your eyes off the road.
The top buttons are used to switch between music, gps, obd, radio the row below for next song, stop, play/pause/, prev song, toggle shuffle. The circular control has an outer ring i use for ffwd/rwd, and the upper ring for master volume.
The 2 bottom knobs are not part of the shuttle, I added them, they are JL Audio CL-RLC knobs for bass and treble control...
The shuttle is easy to config for any program with its built in software, but I used girder for the ultimate in configuration...plus I've been using girder for years..
Highly recommend it..take care..
Thanks for filling me in on the details pcpete. Sounds like a very handy device. Now I know who to check, when I have troubles with girder. :peace:
Originally Posted by pcpete
What! Girder? What's that?:peep:
Wow, youve got me interested in IGO 8. Also your install is somewhat massive, what does everything back there do? I see the MoBo, HD Radio, HDD, but what are those small units with the green lights on them?
IGO 8 is super smooth, and integrates really nice, as for the small units with green lights, they are 3 zapco symbilink balanced line drivers that came with my dc reference zapco amps.
There are also 2 other similar looking units, they are JL Audio CL-RLC line drivers/remote gain controlers, basically they let me control bass and treble from upfront (the 2 knobs I added to the shuttle come from these units), they are powered preamps, the audio does not get sent through the knobs.
The really big unit to the bottom right is an m-audio fw 410 soundcard! Too big! But it kicks A**. My audio path takes up most of my space! I had all that stuff crammed into the spare wheel well for a while, it was crazy....
Added schematics pics to post #2, enjoy :-)
Even better schematics added to post#2, high res and corrected!!