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Sandungero24 
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Posted: February 26, 2007 at 10:43 PM / IP Logged  

do you now that the xbox 360 and ps3 already came out.

my first box enclosure - Page 2 -- posted image.
j68rh 
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Posted: March 01, 2007 at 6:48 PM / IP Logged  
Look some people on this site can be pretty negative. When I first started my installs weren't that great but now they are tons better. What you always have to remember if your going to set time aside to do an install make sure its more then 2 hours a day. I have done some work check it out at www.askdaudio.com in the satisfied customers rides. I'll tell you this though when I was 15 and jsut starting out my stuff look terrible.
tackbradley 
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you are aware the the nintendo cant be used by anyone when the car is in motion right? youd need some pretty serious harnessing or something to keep it from freezing everytime you hit a tar line in the road. i love the idea but it sucks that it can only be played at a stand still. my favorite game was excitebike!!! yay!
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maglin 
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... almost true. the innards of the nintendo can be revamped and shims added to lock the cartridge down and firm.
1qwkfox 
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Sandungero24 wrote:

do you now that the xbox 360 and ps3 already came out.

You are aware that oldskool nintendo kicks major azz aren't you ?
Man I would say for a "first" box its serious not that bad , GRANTED it could be a TON better but you gotta start some where . I can almost tell you want you did anxious and slapped the carp on there and thru it in just to hear it .. We have all done it ! Just next time take your time and dont worry about how fast you get it done thats your #1 mistake.
Sandungero24 
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Posted: March 11, 2007 at 2:36 PM / IP Logged  

o come on you now that the nintendo looks funny there.

and for  a first time box you did ok i have seen worst. i still remember the guy that did the mustang trunk.

my first box enclosure - Page 2 -- posted image.
pmendoza408 
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its something different. but you should of spent more time on it
playr747 
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Not the Mustang Trunk or was is more like the Whole back seat and trunk... Ok enough of that.. Everyone starts somewhere, I rememember my first couple of jobs when I was 15 and I still cringe...
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playr747 wrote:
Not the Mustang Trunk or was is more like the Whole back seat and trunk... Ok enough of that.. Everyone starts somewhere, I rememember my first couple of jobs when I was 15 and I still cringe...
i rmemeber my first wiring jobs from when i was fifteen ... and now i just check all wiring in the logical spots where some pet monkey 15 yo like myself (at the time) would have scrwed doodie up. i'm talking half ass splices with electrical tape. i'm surprised i didn't burn up and die in some of those jokes.
shrink wrap and solder for all connections!!!
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tackbradley wrote:
you are aware the the nintendo cant be used by anyone when the car is in motion right? youd need some pretty serious harnessing or something to keep it from freezing everytime you hit a tar line in the road. i love the idea but it sucks that it can only be played at a stand still. my favorite game was excitebike!!! yay!
I loved (and still do) Excitebike!
However i do have one comment, I have a NES installed into my van and it works fine, even on pretty messed up roads. Even my old Atari 5600 works well in the car. Same with the SNES and N64. The solid state medias don't seem to have any issues.
But back on topic, everyone starts somewhere and we were all really bad at one point. Continue and enjoy yourself and the project.
Ganbatte ne!
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