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Looking for a 4:3, 9.5" LCD to rebuild 1993 Hyundai Neuron 425 SLC laptop

4:3 9.5 LCD display mame emulation

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#1 Silntdoogood OFFLINE  


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Posted Sun Nov 20, 2016 5:28 PM

About 10 years ago I was given a this old laptop. When I received it, it ALMOST kind of worked. It was unable to boot. It came up with a boot error, regardless of what drive, disk, or OS it was given. It also crashed every three minutes or so. The years have not been kind, and now it refuses to try. My original game plan was to rebuild it for DOS games, but now I’m looking to take a more MAME approach. The current display is a Sanyo lcm-5494. It’s a monochrome display. I can’t find a spec sheet, or ANY further information on. I’m looking to replace it with something newer and colored so I can update the machine. I’m thinking of rebuilding it to function like an HDMI PC stick dock, so it won’t outdate.


Ideally, I need a 9.5” color LCD display with a controller and orientation of 4:3. I’d settle for a 9” display. Any new displays around these measurements are usually 16:9. Using a 16:9 display will either leave better than an inch gap in the display window, or force me to use a larger display and cut out the frame to accommodate. Insult to injury, a 16:9 display would break the vintage feel to the machine.


The best lead I can find was Magnavox made small 4:3 TVs well in to the HD era, but I can’t find one under 15”. If anyone has any leads on a display, it would be greatly appreciated! This is a project a decade in the planning and I’d like to get it off the ground!

#2 Silntdoogood OFFLINE  


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Posted Sat Dec 10, 2016 12:31 PM

Just posting for future reference, if anyone is taking up a similar update and needs a small 4:3 screen:


I found an iPad display worked great! eBay had driver boards to connect HDMI - in, and the whole assembly is super thin! Added a plexy protector to the assembly and it was good to go!

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