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    ThePaintballGuy's Avatar
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    May 11, 2007
    Spokane, WA
    17" MBP 2.33Ghz, 3GB RAM, FinalCutStudio2
    I have a Jenson In-Dash DVD player with a 7nch widescreen monitor. I wanted to be able to plug my new MacBookPro Laptop into it so I can use Front Row to control all my music and whatnot in my car. I have a remote for the laptop as well so I am able to control everything through that. SO Here is what I came up with...

    I now have 13 1/2 days worth of music, full movies, music videos, all the videos I have done, and pictures all at the touch of a few buttons... Here are 3 short videos (taken with my cell phone so sorry for the quality) to show you what it looks like! Enjoy!

    Oh and this is all installed in a 1999.5 Audi A4 1.8T.
    FrontRow Audi1
    FrontRow Audi2
    FrontRow Audi3


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    kman445's Avatar
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    Sep 10, 2006
    Ottawa ,Ontario, Canada
    27" 5k imac i7, 295x
    Thats cool.

    I want to that with my mini once i get another desktop Mac. I want to put a mount in the glove box so i can just slide my mini in when i go, and take it out when i get home.
    "I asked who i am to her, and she yelled god"

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