View Full Version : To Keep the Old Display, or Not to Keep theOldDisplay.That is the Question.

2004-08-09, 18:34
One suggestion I saw on this list that I'm working on
now is to focus a camera on the display. Then I take this
signal and inject it on to a channel back in to my
cable. This way I can see the squeezebox display
on any TV in the house. When I get the house wired up with
in-wall or in-ceiling speakers, this will really be helpful.


>>> rob (AT) metro-email (DOT) com 8/9/2004 7:43:36 PM >>>
At this point I'll say thanks, but I think it's getting a bit over my
head. So much for extending the display. If you ever come up with a
way of getting around not being able to see the unit in a cabinet,
I'm interested!

Thanks again.

>I think you got the URL wrong, my vanity domain is:
>On Aug 6, 2004, at 2:32 PM, Jack Coates wrote:
>>>>Really? When I was over there yesterday talking with Sean (nice
>>>>finally meet you, by the way, Dean and Sean!),
>>>I don't think you've met Dean btw. That was Kevin Pearsall we
>>It's a shame that the photo of Dean at
http://www.getoutofmykitchen.com is
>>gone :)
>>Jack At Monkeynoodle.Org: It's A Scientific Venture...
>>"Believe what you're told; there'd be chaos if everyone thought for
>>themselves." -- Top Dog hotdog stand, Berkeley, CA