1987 Toyota Complete Computer Install and More!
Okay so after some time now I have finally decided to create my own worklog. Why? Cuz i can ;)
2 American Legacy 3.5" 100w 2-Way Speakers
2 American Legacy 6.5" 300w 3-Way Speakers (with custom plastic mounting)
2 Pyramid Audio 10" 700w Subwoofers (with Custom MDF Box)
1 1000w Pyramid Audio 2ch Amplifier (to Subs)
1 600w Pyramid Audio 2ch Amplifier (to Rear Deck 6.5" Speakers)
1 240w Pyramid Audio 2ch Amplifier (to Front 3.5" Speakers)
1 Boss Head Unit w/ CD
1 Pyramid Audio 2.0F Capacitor
7" Liquid Video LCD mounted in custom case
PlayStation 2 Run with a 500w Inverter
Dual Halogen 55w Micro Fog Lights
Blue CCFL Interior Lighting
Blue LED Chrome Nozzle Lights
Blue LED Underbody Light Kit
Chrome Lexani Isolator 17" Rims
Now although I openly admit that the sound system is pure crap, for $500 and as my first install im happy with how it came out. Everything works great but I want more.
I previously had a 300MHz PII CarPuter System installed with a 7" VGA Touchscreen. However along the way the Screen burnt out and once that was fixed, the motherboard started freaking out and the system broke down.
Since then I broke down the system and sold off some of the parts. I was originally planing to sell my car before entering college...but now have a bit of a change in plans. Really I have NO idea what im going to do...but for now it thought I would play a little.
PIII 450MHz Motherboard
Video Card with TV out to connect with current 7" Screen
256MB PC100 SDRAM
40GB Laptop HDD
Holux USB GPS
Wireless Keyboard and Mouse
20GB of MP3's
Windows XP Media Center Edition with some Front End Software
Finding a schematic and or BIOS update to support power switch control (currently it refuses to shut down board)
Here is the Thread on this problem: http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/general-hardware-discussion/79612-micro-star-motherboard-problems-with-power-switch-bios.html
Working on the case for the System. The case will be composed of 2 Sheets of Plexiglas and 4 Stainless Steel Posts. The posts will both support the two boards, mount the MotherBoard and hold the feet to the case.
As I think of more I will post more. Pictures to come.