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EVIL ONE
07-25-2004, 09:05 AM
:driving: aNYone seen a 14" lcd install in a sport car? I'm thinking bout doin it, to play xbox and movies in the car

Possibly even a 17" would be NICE !! I would make it easily removed and remounted so it wouldn't be on the dash all the time, with some RCA hook ups and a 110V 60Htz Plug hidden down by the kick panel. :coolflash

I'd install a XBOX under the passenger seat MUHAHAHAHA :up2someth

JaY1_322
07-25-2004, 09:32 AM
go ur PM's post messages here so others can read our discussion

if you know the product you are going to use post a link or pic, i am interested in your ideas on this one, i do want a bigger screen up front, but if its a mission or to much cash i'd go with 2 8'' sun visors and 2 7'' headrest monitors

EVIL ONE
07-25-2004, 10:06 AM
:moon: I figure it won't be expensive at all. I'm surprised noone has done this more often.

The most cost would be the screen, about $500- $600 for 17" $400 for 14"
The 110V mountable jack i found in a car parts express site for i think $90

This would be multi use also: Plug in the laptop in the car, Xbox or any 110v depending on the wattage. Not all at once of course

Possibility 17" (http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?id=1083715894520&skuId=6723389&productCategoryId=pcmcat31800050026&type=product)

Im still looking for a better one this isjust an idea right now I'll post a better on e later

15" LCD (http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=32863&item=5711308495&rd=1)

JaY1_322
07-25-2004, 02:32 PM
those arent bad but it'll be difficult to hard wire them for 12v usages :smash:

Jesse98
07-26-2004, 01:51 PM
use a power inverter, i think thats a stupid idea, I like a big screen but thats too big for a car and the only place it would fit would be in rear of a hatchback, but a lot cheaper than my dads 17" in his tahoe, I have a 7" in my mustang and its pretty large for a car.