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    pixels vs. dots

    hmm, thank-you to all those that responded. yes the avic-n1 rocks! my avhp7500dvd rules the poophouse. i know how it looks and nothing is ever rated with pioneer headunits regarding rgb because they don't offer those inputs.l i know what my resolution is and how it looks. i look at it every day. thanks!

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    I'm sorry, and you are....? frodobaggins's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by D-Rob76
    hmm, thank-you to all those that responded. yes the avic-n1 rocks! my avhp7500dvd rules the poophouse. i know how it looks and nothing is ever rated with pioneer headunits regarding rgb because they don't offer those inputs.l i know what my resolution is and how it looks. i look at it every day. thanks!
    It has nothing to do with inputs. Most major car lcd manufacturers fudge there numbers by using dots represented as pixels. The resolution is 480 x 234 and there is no ifs, ands, or buts.

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    Sprint connection is simple...

    If you have a newer model Sprint PCS Vision phone w/the Vision plan for unlimited web access, it is as simple as:

    1. Buying a $20 FutureDial usb cable from Radio Shack
    2. Creating a new dial-up connection in XP
    - leaving the username and password blank
    - putting in #777 for the phone number

    It will connect at 238k almost instantly... And if you are on or near a major interstate the whole time you will almost never get your signal dropped...

    NOTE: it sucks up a lot of battery power when connected, so it is recommended you have a full charge or buy one of those dual charging/data cables that charge at the same time you are surfing...

    Have fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ML430
    If you have a newer model Sprint PCS Vision phone w/the Vision plan for unlimited web access, it is as simple as:

    1. Buying a $20 FutureDial usb cable from Radio Shack
    2. Creating a new dial-up connection in XP
    - leaving the username and password blank
    - putting in #777 for the phone number

    It will connect at 238k almost instantly... And if you are on or near a major interstate the whole time you will almost never get your signal dropped...

    NOTE: it sucks up a lot of battery power when connected, so it is recommended you have a full charge or buy one of those dual charging/data cables that charge at the same time you are surfing...

    Have fun!
    I paid $12 after shipping for my dual charging/data cable for my VGA1000. Works great.
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