I knew something went wrong with that monitor, looks like it wasn't even the cable. make sure the new monitor mounts up without any gaps, if it is off, let me know and I will fix it, free of charge of course. The project is looking great BTW
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Thanks for all you help Nexson
BCS60Z I think ZX1 Cruizer answered your question. It worked great on the test bench. Thank you both for looking.
More coming tomarrow
I really do love my Boston Acoustic Component speakers. I also ran new speaker wire to all 4 speakers. note: Waiting on new tweeters:
Making the wires safe and neatly tucked away. I put heat shrink tubing on the tips of any harness power and ground wires that were not being used. I also used a velcro wire strap here so I can access the wires later if need be.
Hooked the battery back up and tested the computer, amps and LED voltameter. I also installed the back up camera. All a success.
Here was the fun part. If you look back in post #18 you'll see that my amps are all on boards. The thing is the seats of my 2003 CR_V have a bar on the rails of the seat going from side to side. There is only one way to actually mount the amps. Pull the amp board back drop the seat in, slide the amp board back in and screw it down. Also the center console and passenger seat have to go in first. Then the drivers seat.
BCS60Z that was my secret LOL, I know you are doing your 2 screen install right now. That's so cool.
I have all the fuses in and the wires are nicely soldered and have heat shrink tubing.
The system is all together works and I can drive the CR-V. It sounds great, the GPS and HD radio work. I'm still waiting on tweeters. I will also post more pics once the CR-V is vacuumed and cleaned up. The wireless keyboard and mouse I reviewed works great to. Thanks for looking.
PS: HEHE I love how you got your PC in the center console. Mine was supposed to go in there but I had to build a new dedicated one thats bigger. Let me ask though, why are you not using a automotive PSU?
PS #2.... Never mind, its a M4-ATX, just in a case. D@mn I should read next time! Is that carpet for the sides? I would get thin MDF, its really strong, and maybe build sides for the console, then carpet them like you have it.
Nirwana Project, the Android/Win 7 hybrid system!
1X Ainol Novo Flame Tab
3x Perixx Touchpads
3x 7 inch Screens
1X 7 inch motorized Screen
1x Win 7 PC
I love looking at your install keep posting. Thanks more pics of the completed work this week.