Pretty sweet install. Gotta love the good slick looking installations. Great JOB. Three thumbs up!!
Car: 2000 Toyota Solara SE
Engine: V6 200Hp
HU: Kenwood MP3/CD player
6.5 Infinity Kappy seperate with tweeter up front.
6x9 MQ Quart back
2 6-channel Aura amplifiers.
3 10-inches Bazooka subwoofers in Q-Logic enclosure.
Case: glove box for case.
Power: Mini-box PW-60 DC-DC (modified to 120 watts)
Storage: 30 gig
Sound: onboard --> FM modulator --> amplifiers --> speakers.
Motherboard: EPIA 800Mhz
Memory: 256 MB PC-133
Display: 7 inches LCD monitor
Extras: Gyration wireless keyboard & 3D mouse, custom power+reset button+LED lights,
window XP professional, wireless network and 2000+ songs.
Coming soon: In-dash DVD player, GPS and repaint the monitor. Maybe relocate the PC to
custom case and place under passenger seat.
A quick glance inside:
Monitor with WinXP
PC @ night
Carputer @ night
nice install, I was thinking about doing the same thing but I don't know if I'll have enough room in my glove box. What did you use to mount everything in there?
EPIA 800, DWW-7VGA LCD w/Touchscreen, 256mb ram, dvd rom, ati radeon 7000 video card, 80 gb 3.5" hard drive.
Very nicely done. Very clean. I assume that blue thing standing up in the coin holder is the antenna for your keyboard?
Stereo:Alpine IVA-D900 Head Unit | Alpine PXA-H510 DSP | Boston Pro Component Speakers Upfront | Boston Rally Rear Speakers | 2 Polk 10" Subs in the Trunk | Phoenix Gold Ti900.7 Amp
how about a pic of those subs
man i wish i could fit a computer in my glove box...i can't even fit a single cd in there...i mean there isn't really a reason i have a glove box...
enough whinning....nice job dude.
"The Great Boob"
Thanks for stopping by. I've been away for a while, sorry I couldn't response to any of your comments.
bjm2020, I drilled the mobo directly to the glove box with some wood in the middle and run all the wires on the opening hole on top of it.
I don't set my computer to turn on with my inigition. I only use the computer at night or when I need the map (GPS). The main stereo system is from my Kenwood mp3 cd player. To turn the computer on, I hit the "RED" button on my customized controlled (as you see in the picture). Since I'm using winXP, I set the button to turn the computer into hibernating.
Hit once, it will be hibernate and turn off everything.
Hit again, it will come back up with everything I left before.
Btw, it's not a laptop. I just use the laptop's cdrom with a laptop to IDE device kit.
Skippman, yes, that blue antenna is for the wireless keyboard & mouse. I took it off the original case and customized there with my other buttons.
-B-e-N-, here we go, nothing's big, but I'm thinking of change my stereo system soon.
The subs when I was installing the system months ago.
Behind the back seat:
nice what is that tube cylinder thing next to your X over
that would be a 1 Farad Capacitor I believe
My next generation Front End is right on schedule.
It will be done sometime in the next generation.
I'm a lesbian too.
I am for hire!