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    Damn! That is the blurriest screen i've seen!

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    Red Dwarf fan?

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    Hey Pip...
    We just upgraded the 97 suburban to an '02 with second row captains chairs. Thinking of following your example on the location of the case

    Nice to see the pics. Should we plan a spring meet in '06?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    Damn! That is the blurriest screen i've seen!
    Camera was out of focus
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    Quote Originally Posted by stuseed


    Red Dwarf fan?
    Absolutely, Red Dwarf rocks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pip
    Camera was out of focus
    No duh. Maybe you should've used macro mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TruckinMP3
    Hey Pip...
    We just upgraded the 97 suburban to an '02 with second row captains chairs. Thinking of following your example on the location of the case

    Nice to see the pics. Should we plan a spring meet in '06?

    Cheers
    Its a great place to put it, plenty of room. Another meet would be cool
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0l33l
    No duh. Maybe you should've used macro mode.
    yeah, probably. I'll give it another try perhaps
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    (most) of the blurry pictures updated

    New picture of screen 'mount'...sits in center console cubby hole snugly & hole filled with a bar of dense foam:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cris
    Sweet! Nice case too. What do those buttons next to the case do?
    Thanks

    One switch turns the main power to the opus on/off. The other controls accessory power input to the opus. This switch has three positions...
    1) Acc - accessory power....the PC will power on when I turn on the ignition.
    2) Off - no power at all....the PC will not power on.
    3) On - always on....the PC will power on immediately, even when the engine isn't running and will not stop when I turn off the engine either.

    This gives me full control, and several here have done the same. Its nice to know I can completely cut power so USB devices can't drain battery power.
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