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Kuman 7 Inch HD Display 1024x600 TFT LCD Screen Computer Monitor for PC Laptop Raspberry Pi 3 2B B RPi 1 B+ A+ with HDMI VGA Input, DVD VCR Car and Remote HDMI Cable SC7J
|Price:||+ $12.14 Delivery|
|Screen size||7 Inches|
About this item
- 1024*600 TFT High-resolution monitor, working perfect with Raspberry Pi 3B+, Raspberry Pi 3, 2 and Raspberry Pi 1 B B+, support rotating the screen
- Working perfectly with Car DVD,VCD,camera,STB,satellite receiver,and other video equipment
- Car/PC Monitor HDMI/VGA/AV Input, Full color LED back light display. 2 ways to install: standing or mounting
- Screen ratio 16:9/4:3 adjustable. Brightness, contrast, color adjustable Full Color Display Low Power Consumption
- AV mode shows priority: No matter what status, as long as the AV interface has a video signal input , it will be switched to AV mode display immediately
Product detailsColour:7 inch Raspberry pi screen
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 17 x 12 x 2 cm; 408 Grams
- Date First Available : 12 June 2018
- Manufacturer : Kuman
- ASIN : B01FFAFMM0
- Item Model Number : SC7J-7inch-US
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Kuman 7 inch 1024X600 High-resolution TFT Color Monitor is especially designed as a monitor for Raspberry Pi 3B 2B/B/B+.A+ A
It works perfectly with Car DVD, VCD, camera, STB, satellite receiver, and other video equipment ,also be used as a monitor for FPV/CCTV system/rear view camera.
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1, Please note that two ends of the cable are the same. The DSLR needS HDMI cable which one end is standard while another end is smaller. If you want to use this to hook your Canon DSLR camera, you need to change the wire, but the raspberries pie can not be used anymore if the wire is changed.
2, The video format is ntsc
3, We have updated the design which has not the exposed wire, waiting for us relist it
-Screen size:7 inch Display,ration:16:9/4:3 adjustable.
-Display :Color TFT-LCD
-Support adjust the color.Brightness, contrast.
-Power:DC 12V 1A
-Rear watching:image can be changed left and right
-Operate mode:Button operation and remote control
-Parking rear view priority
-Product Dimensions: 179*120*20mm (L*W*D)
1* 7 inch Digital TFT-LED Color Receiver Car/PC Monitor
1* IR remote controller
1* 12V 1A Power supply
1* HDMI Cable
1* rotatory stand
1* adhesive tape
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This little guy is ADORABLE and is perfect for hooking up composite or HDMI (I didn't try the VGA, though I'm sure it's fine). Runs off the not-exactly-12V "12V" car power just fine and comes with all the hookups you could possibly need except maybe a cigarette lighter plug. Picture quality is fine and I had no problems with it.
I'd only dock them a half-star because the docs were written in a language that is only very obliquely related to English. It's like the Chinese original docs were run through Google Translate to Nepali and then given to a monk who briefly encountered an English explorer in a previous life. And that explorer had a horrible lisp and had suffered a stroke and some altitude sickness while in Nepal.
That all said, it's tiny, it's cute, it's got support for multiple video types, and it's perfect for mobile use. And it's decently cheap.
It is a beautiful thing. Looks just like a little flat screen. I use it in the car to control my camera equipped Raspberry Pi.
There a few minor glitches. These are all things I am willing to deal with:
1) The Pi will not boot if it is plugged into the display and the power is plugged into the monitor, even if it is turned off.
2) It causes the Pi to show the low power indicator. (I have 2.4A to the Pi & 2A to the monitor). Everything still works.
I read a review that said it leaks a little electricity back through the HDMI cord. That might be the reason for both.
The stand has a double stick mounting. You need this as it is pretty light for the weight of the monitor. It is also hard to adjust the tilt, and it has click stops that aren't quite where you would pick.
It DOES NOT come with a car power cord. You will have to get one. Once I understood what cord I needed, it wasn't hard to find.
It makes a little whur like a hard drive. Not even noticeable except in the very quietest environment, but I wonder why.
I LOVE IT, and I would recommend it to a friend.
I have found, it does have speakers, and that is where the whurring came from.:
The monitor is compact, with reasonable bezels and little to no bulk. After removing the stand I have been able to pack it away in a small canvas bag, along with the power and video cables. Even at 7 inches the display is still quite clear, perfect for navigating BIOS menus or Windows tabs. The display powers on automatically so there is not much fiddling around when you are setting this little guy up.
The power cable is quite short, causing me to pack an extra extension cord. I would also appreciate a matte option for the display, sometimes the glare can be grueling. One thing to note, on the left of the control panel there are 3 locations for extra buttons that leads me to believe this is a repurosed mold, or possibly an offshoot of another model. While not exactly a "con" it is something that caught my attention.
When I plugged the screen and turned it on, I noticed a thick black line running horizontally across the scree. There was also a small squre of what appeared to be a film poking out the lower left corner. At first I thought it was meant to be removed, but after grasping it and trying to remove the film, I thought it wasn't meant to be removed considering how stuck it was... I read another reviewer/purchase speak of the same issue, and decided to have a 2nd look. Considering it had been more than a month since purchase, I figured " what the hell" and removed the screws holding the plastic housing, carfully removed the front housing and discovred it really was a film that had been written on during manufcaturing... the problem is that the film is tucked in under the beveled edges of the screen, making it impossible to removed film, and leaving customers confused. Despite these things, the screen works very well for the purpose and is a damn good value.
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This little screen looks really great and it does have a built in speaker which works great with the HDMI connection on the Raspberry Pi.
I did have a problem with the menu text in Retropie when I was using the Theme "Carbon" it looked "Fuzzy" I read a couple of articles about it and they said to edit the XML file and change the font size to .05. But in the end, I just downloaded a couple of different themes that are specifically made for small screens and the fuzzy text is no longer a problem and it looks great!
All in all I would recommend this little screen for portable Retropie projects