Damn.. i'm not on dialup, and even i'm hurtin on those pix!.. lol
Nice vehicle choice! That monitor install is pretty insaine..! good job overall!
not only that heypachuco, but also the vibrations. The vibrations of the speaers onto the case will do numerous amounts of damage to the pcb and connectors.
Other then that, nice install. Btw, is that a two-tone paint purple/blue?
The prep work was easy, soap and water. then I coated everything 2x 1 hr apart to get good coverage. the PC has been in the truck for a while with no vibration problems i think it runs perfect starts everytime without a failure. The pc has been in worse places.
Sorry bout the page not displaying, im running IIS on XP which limits connections to the site @ 10 connects. Im testing a new apache server hopefully thatll be fixed soon enough when i get time to mess with it
How does that monitor look during the day and night? I almost bought that same monitor at BestBuy a few weeks ago (wanting to put a 14-15" LCD in the rear of my Durango) , mostly because of the low price. But it was on display next to 15-20 other flat panel LCDs (all much more expensive) and it looked like it had the worst color out of all of them. I even walked up to it and cranked up the contrast, but it still looked washed out. Also, didn't seem like it had any antiglare coating.
1.6GHz HP e-PC, 768MB RAM, 120GB WD HDD, Slim DVD-ROM, Onboard sound & video, 7" Lilliput, USB GPS Mouse, Audiovox FM Modulator, Vector 400 Watt Power Inverter, Windows XP Pro SP2, iGuidance 2, 15" Samsung LCD for the rear *Carputer not installed*
It works perfectly fine during day and night, visibility on an angle (as long as it isnt too much itll be fine) . It kinda washes out in direct sunlight but i still know what im doin on it if needed. The best thing about it is that it runs directly off of 12v DC (NOT regulated) I leave it powered on all the time and it knows when the PC is on or off