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    Digital Integra

    Car
    1997 Acura Integra GSR 4-door
    Stock stereo system

    Hardware
    7" in-dash touchscreen
    Via CL-10000
    512 MB
    10GB IDE drive
    DVD player
    12V->18V adapter
    MPEGBOX shutdown controller

    Software
    Windows XP
    FrodoPlayer
    iGuidance (same as Routis)

    Project site: http://www.digitalintegra.com








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    Maximum Bitrate binary.h4x's Avatar
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    Lovin the USB port.
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    I'm sorry, and you are....? frodobaggins's Avatar
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    Yeah the USB port is sweet.

    How is that CL-10000 working out for ya ?
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    The CL-10000 is nice. A little more expensive than the M10000, but it is a nicer board for non-car uses in case I ever decide to swap it out... Dual ethernet, four serial, 6 USB 2.0.

    As far as I can tell the only disadvange is that it doesn't have 6-channel audio. Since I'm running on the stock system, that is fine with me.

    - Noam

    BTW... OT, but I can't wait to try out iGuidance embedded in FrodoPlayer
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    How did you get that usb to turn out so clean? I want to do the same thing in my trucks' driver door for a keyboard or usb stick. Could you tell me what you did. Thanks
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    I drilled a couple of holes and then used a utility knife to shave it away. The USB port itself is one of the ones that would attach to the back of a PC. I cut away the plastic holders so that the USB port itself sticks out more. I had to make it wider than the USB plug itself so that I could actually get the USB plug through.
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    what did you use to attach it to the plastic?
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    By "ToneRiddle"

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    Just friction. It is a really tight fit. I'll probably epoxy it in at some point.
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    Wow, you sure did a great job on that USB opening! Why haven't I even thought of drilling holes and than cutting the opening? Doh! Next time I will do exactly that
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    Yeah... The USB port itself was the easiest (mentally and in actually) piece to do.

    Hacking apart the dash to add another DIN slot where the cigarette lighter used to be was much more "fun"... I also never thought I would become so comfortable with removing all of my seats and ripping up the carpet for all of the cable runs.
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