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  1. Thanks @Mr.RC-Cam for confirming, now I guess I'll have to design a few 3d printed parts!!
  2. Can it really be this easy to change HeadPlay SE goggles to True D? @luckyflyer @Mr.RC-Cam Its almost a Match save for a few wires?
  3. @luckyflyer Hi Lucky Glad to see ur feeling better. i am also modding a set of SE Goggles now that i had some misfortunes with the Skyzone goggles, so i will need that kit. will paypal you in a few and thank you!
  4. luckyflyerare you still making these buffer boards? also do i understand it, a buffer board for a V1 headplay is different from a Headplay SE V2? my SJ-V01 Mod didnt go as well as i expected, so i got my hands on two headplays, one a V1 and the other an SE V2 model. please let me know and thanks in advance. i'd be interested in both if thats what i would have to get. i do need a DVR option.
  5. Well this project may have become easier as i have blown up my SJ-V01 receiver board. thought i had the wring exact and POOF. luckily, bang Good was having a promo sale on headPlay SE packages, $156.00. I opted to buy a set of them, got the secondary wire harness from Range video, so i will attempt to do add the Furious FPV module to that using the harness. I talked to Range video Support, they suggest spliting the video in signal one tot he monitor, the other to the DVR. your Thoughts?
  6. So i should get one of the boards that @luckyflyer makes for DVR? thanks for all your great advice. i was hoping to do with out the old board but i will have to figure out another way. thanks for taking the time to write a response!!
  7. hello all i started a new thread here for the Skyzone SJ-V01 goggle upgrade. thanks again for looking at this. i know a lot of people are trying to figure this out, so hopefully i can drive some traffic back to this post as i mentioned it in my post.
  8. I have gotten the Furious FPV to come on by using a PDB board and connecting to the 5v out put. i have had the monitor come on, but i need to track down the video signal wire, which i have yet to find. i believe the power wires are wires 1 & 5 as you look left to right on the connector. i do not know how to determine if the video Signal outputs voltage? if it does i suspect it would be no more than 1.1v I do not know what receiver board this is either, couldnt find anything on the internet for it, if you know and know of a pin out for it, that'd be very helpful if you need any more pictures or have any other questions, please dont hesitate to reply to this post. thanks Thor
  9. i will be using this stepper to regulate voltage, it is switchable from 3.3,5,9,12,22, volt, i got it on amazon at the following link. http://amzn.to/2lVeP7S
  10. this is a picture of the circuit board on the monitor. the monitor is a CHIMEI INNOLUX HJ070IA-02F with a driver on it, i believe it is set to use 9v for the monitor. i have previously connected a 2 cell battery, fully charged to 8.4 volts and the monitor would come on but only show some test pattern
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