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    Mazda 323F Install

    Ive been working on this install slowly but surely for some time now. Couldnt post pics before as my digital camera is knackerd, but took these with my new mobile (sony ericsson k750i. Has to be the best quality camera on a phone ive ever seen)

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    Epia MII12000
    40GB laptop drive
    DVD/CDRW laptop drive
    M1-ATX PSU
    Multi card reader/writer
    USB Hub in centre console
    Linksys WiFi
    Pioneer AVH6400 screen (waiting for K301 indash touchscreen)

    Running Neocar Media Centre
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    nice job. Have any pics of the car. I actually like the styling of the 323F (if its the one i'm thinkin about)

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    yeah, any zoomed out pics of the whole dash to put the closeups in perspective?

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    Ill get more pics up soon. Im busy tomoro, so prob the day after

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    how did u get to display the pc using the pioneer head unit, does it have a vga connector?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaid175
    how did u get to display the pc using the pioneer head unit, does it have a vga connector?
    thats tv out.. you can tell by the sub-par resolution

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    Yeah, im using the video out on the motherboard. Had to also do the resistor mod to get it to "see" the screen.
    Epia MII12000, 256MB RAM, 40GB laptop HD, slim DVD/CDRW, M1-ATX, 8 in 1 card reader/writer, Pioneer indash screen (waiting for K301 touchscreen)

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    Quote Originally Posted by spaceman
    Yeah, im using the video out on the motherboard. Had to also do the resistor mod to get it to "see" the screen.
    how do u do a resistor mod? does ur head unit have a touch screen? if so can it still be useD?

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    The screen isnt touch, even if was you cant use it as it doesnt interface with windows.

    The resistor mod is done by attaching a resistor to the cable on the tv out port on the mainboard. This is so the board can 'see' the screen.

    There are posts on both topics in the LCD/display forum. Browse through and search on "resistor mod" for more info
    Epia MII12000, 256MB RAM, 40GB laptop HD, slim DVD/CDRW, M1-ATX, 8 in 1 card reader/writer, Pioneer indash screen (waiting for K301 touchscreen)

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