http://blog.re-64.com/photos/KX64R-0.jpg

Hello, anyone know where i can buy this tiny monitor?

That's not tiny, it's quite large.
I suggest you to find other options. There's plenty bvetter 7" LCDs for your commodore smile

or something like PSP LCD (good enough for Mssiah&Prophet Basslines)?
I'm still looking for something cheap, only few bucks.
I'm using this:
http://www.tvhry.cz/cbtvx.jpg
not good, B&W, but really cheap and not so big (If you use C64&Discdrive, this takes not too much place in your case).
Composite vid. input.

http://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos- … 4566_n.jpg

the two tiny monitors in this photo (i think they r 5inch) were $12 off ebay. they are for a reverse camera in a car. they have 1 rca female input. they r the best thing ever

Gentle Hurst wrote:

http://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos- … 4566_n.jpg

the two tiny monitors in this photo (i think they r 5inch) were $12 off ebay. they are for a reverse camera in a car. they have 1 rca female input. they r the best thing ever

That looks pretty sweet indeed!
Do they have a specific name? Or do I just search for "small tv" tongue

Hell yes!
I want one!
Immediately!

Gentle Hurst wrote:

http://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos- … 4566_n.jpg

the two tiny monitors in this photo (i think they r 5inch) were $12 off ebay. they are for a reverse camera in a car. they have 1 rca female input. they r the best thing ever

I have one like this:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/7-TFT-LCD-Col … 4ab26846a6

Actually useable for interfaces like trackers, just the right size, and cheap.
There's plenty more like this everywhre.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/3-5-Inch-Colo … 171wt_1037

do your own research u lazy ppl. theres better ones out there but i cant be bothered finding your gear for you

I got reply directly from creator of re-64.com site: It's a Competition Pro psone screen  smile
But someone posted picture of ordinary PSone screen and it is more readable

http://www.prophet64-forum.com/viewtopic.php?id=816

Last edited by martin_demsky (April 27, 2012 7:28 am)

Anything below 10 inch is really a hell to watch smile

booker wrote:

Anything below 10 inch is really a hell to watch smile

Damn, I need a bigger phone then!

That looks like the LCD that the psone had, or maybe some third party one.
I don't know if people sell those separately but the console costs a lot more than the PS1. I think like 30 or 40 dollars more.
But very cool!:D I wish I had a C64 ; ^ ;

You could get cheap 8 to 9" LCD from Hong Kong on eBay

Gentle Hurst wrote:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/3-5-Inch-Colo … 171wt_1037

do your own research u lazy ppl. theres better ones out there but i cant be bothered finding your gear for you

I'm under the impression that this thread in a forum populated by people who eagerly and freely offer advice in chip music production at the software-, hardware- and everything else-level is part of his research process, that you could use a hug and this sentence is way too long.

I still want an Ikan V2500. It's kind of expensive and close to being out of production, but it's got a thread at the bottom which would go well with a Clamperpod and GorillaPod.

If you have a laptop (or any computer), you can use a little USB video capture device. I've been doing just that and it works out rather well.

In the picture above, I have the C64's video going to a USB video capture device on an iMac (not in the picture). I then have it displaying on an external monitor that's over by the C64 itself. For portable use, I can do the same sort of thing with my laptop.

Not all capture devices work well, specially cheap ones. I have one of those Easycap devices and it doesn't take my Amiga's output for whatever reason. PS2 and Wii work fine.

Last edited by akira^8GB (June 9, 2012 11:22 am)