General OMG! It is the Back to the Future panda!

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General OMG! It is the Back to the Future panda!

JimMagill

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And what you need to make it....

carputer:
-pIII 800mhz
-378mb sdram pc133
-hd 7gb ibm
-network realtek 10/100 rj45
-videocard matrox g400 32mb
-audiocard sound blaster awe 64
-psu atx 400watt -> that supply power to external dvd usb ,psone display at 7,5v and give the start signal to the amply of 180watt
-external usb dvdrom
-psone rumblepad -> connectet to the lpt1 port
-ati remote wonder -> used with uice to emulate keyboard

software:
-media engine (I'll change it with mediacar if in the new release of mediaengine the mp3 aren't sorted by filename), milkdrop used as vs
-navipc 3
-epsexe (for playstatione emulator)
-powerdvd 6
-windows xp nlite

alimentazione:
-inverter 600watt with modified sine wave, softstart (buy at dc/dc power supply you will evade a blood bath!)
-autostart computer when inverter give current (bios setting)
-ibernate at shutdown

display:
-lcd psone 5" with vga mod and c-sync

Just add 1 Fiat Panda and a crate of wine by the look of it

:eek:

Jim
 
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I think it's actually just his MP3 sound system that he runs from a full pc.....

Talk about overkill.

When I first seen it I thought that he'd been reading my thread on how to install a 'Black Optimax Hard Light Drive' into Sylvia...

I wonder if it will mate up to a Punto selecta speed box???:confused:

Jim
 

Tony M

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you can get a mp3 player and a cassette adapter for about £15 all in... plug it into a normal cassette and it sounds great... and you don't have to worry about local yoofs setting fire to your geek-mobile when it's parked up at night.
 
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JimMagill

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I've the radio adapter on my SonyEricsson W550 for my 1987 panda to pick up MP3s, hehe!

I just think it's sooo cool that my 1980's analogue panda works with the latest 21 century digital equipment:D

Jim
 
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