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How to add a video input?

Discussion in 'Video Streaming Boxes & Services' started by Xanda, May 5, 2005.

  1. Xanda

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    Hi!

    First of all the facts:

    I have a 2003 Mazda6 with stock nav system, which seems to be a modified Panasonic DV2300. The nav-computer unfortunately does not support video-dvd playback.
    The only way to get a video signal into the built-in TFT-display is a 4-wire R,G,B,S connection. There is no cinch-connector or something similar...
    I still want to use the stock nav, so I obviously need some sort of switcher between the two input signals.

    Now my questions:

    1. Is there any 12v dvd player which delivers the needed output signal?

    2. What about the RGBs which is delivered by standard SCART? Is it the signal I need? If so, can I just connect lets say a Playstation2, grabbing the 4 cables from the SCART cable?

    3. If I'm totally wrong, do you guys have any idea, how I could successfully get into my monitor at a reasonable price?
     

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