2004 Hummer H2 4 Displays including fold down 23" Plasma Screen
Hello to all the MP3CAR.COM members. I have been reading these forums for years and these formums have inspired me to add a lot of features you see in my installs. We have just completed the most incredable Carputer install.
2004 Hummer H2
Mobile Warrior II P3 600Mhz (Out preforms VIA 1Ghz while using the same amount of power)
60Gb 2.5" Hard drive
Custom power supply with shutdown controller
Wireless internet access with T-Mobile
Molded into the front dash is a sun-light readable 10.4" Display
Two 7" Displays are mounted in the head rests
The back of the car has a 23" Plasma Screen that folds up and down with an electric motor
Developed by 12vsystems.com ESXManager with GPS/Camera/DVD/AVI/Jukebox/MP3 Player/Completly skinable interface . Software is currently only sold with Mobile Warrior systems, we hope to make it available to the public later this year.
System cost with displays $7500
Installation by www.vipwow.com complete custom dash and motor mountings for rear display $8000
Total System cost $15500
Things we are planning on adding in the future.
voIP phone intergration
I wish I could afford a car like this.
I have tons of photos of this install up on our website.
Wow, this is professional work. I really wish there were more pictures of this. 12 will not do...
I agree, we just finished this install on Friday and these are the photo's I quicly took before the owner came and picked it up. (Wish I could tell you who this car belongs too)
He is dropping it off next week to get more work done so I will take some more detailed pictures then.
damn! what size are those subs?
Pair 15" Subs in the back
15" One on each side. If you turn the volume up on this thing you'll lose your teeth.
LCD vs Plasma
Why? It was the best display I could find under $2500 and it had the bracket on the back that was easy to mount to the motorized control arm we created.
Plasma displays are normally brighter then LCD's.
Why did they mount a 23" Screen in the back. Who's going to see it?
I took a look at your site. The software looks cool, when are you going to make it available to the public?
In your first post you said you were going to use VOIP how is that going to work?
Your install looks sweet. Super pro.
PIMP system! How/where/who/what - 'sunlight readable 10'4" molded into dash'????
More info on the 10.4 would be great!