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Old 9th August 2009, 12:34 PM   #1
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Default Panasonic TR-7LC2 car LCD display question

I wasn't sure wether this belongs here or in the video section but I though it would be okay here as its is related to car audio.
What it is, is a small LCD video display meant for car GPS navigation/dvd/tv setups. What I am trying to do is hack it so I can run it as a stand alone video monitor.

The plug on its lead is an 8 pin DIN plug, and I am pretty sure that within these 8 wires is the video signal, power, and controls signals from the main unit. All I need to do is figure out which of the 8 pins are for the video signal and power. Its pretty difficult as the pcb is double sided and very complex.

If anyone can get or has a service manual or a pin out diagram for the unit or can assist me, then any help would be appreciated.
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