love that setup.
I think you need a few more lcd's! .....just kidding.
Wow ! That looks awesome! I have seen those headrests w/monitors for sale and the visor monitors but I can't believe how cool they look in your car. .....now you've got me thinking...
love that setup.
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My 2000 Chevy Monte Carlo SS Install
Thanks for all the compliments everyone!
Hey 2 STanGeR,
The sunvisor LCDs were a problem because as you know there's just a big hole once the factory visors are removed so I got a guy to make a plate that is just like a small flat U shaped piece of metal with holes drilled on both sides to line up with the holes on the inside of the car and the holes on the bracket of the sunvisor LCD. I had people tell me it could be welded but I preferred the less permanent way of the bracket.
gbh the LCDs aren't an exact match in the car but unless you look really closely in the car it's not that noticable....and yes I DO want more lcd's!
Anyone know of a US seller that has this alarm?
It would be way too cool to be able to do all that stuff from a watch that's always with you!
Yup - amazing stuff.. Love the Stang and love the set-up....
Where's the PC mounted?
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In his first post, he stated that the MAC Mini was under the passenger seat.
How do you wire up the headrest and visor LCDs? They aren't wireless are they?
I would assume that you just need to run a 12 volt ignition wire and a ground, then just get a splitter for whatever video input the LCDs are, i.e. SVideo, VGA, RCA.
Is it possible to use the touchscreen of the Pioneer Avic N-2 Head Unit to control the CarPC??
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New install in progress...
No they aren't wireless. Like 2 STanGeR said they are just using audio and video splitters at the moment and the cables are run through the channel housing in the car.
Unfortunately no the Avic N-2 can't utilize the Mac as a touchscreen since the avic doesn't support USB interface inputs . But that's why the mini keyboard and thumb mouse work well in the center console so they aren't seen when not in use but handy when needed.
And Cris I always wanted to have all the gadgets James Bond had. One step closer to the ability to completely control your car remotely like in "Tomorrow Never Dies" is where we need to be!