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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. Skyzone SJ-V01 Upgrade to Furious FPV True D ver 3.5

    Ok thanks I will review your thread again and follow those instructions. thanks for responding again!!
  6. Skyzone SJ-V01 Upgrade to Furious FPV True D ver 3.5

    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?
  7. Skyzone SJ-V01 Upgrade to Furious FPV True D ver 3.5

    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!!
  8. 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.
  9. Skyzone SJ-V01 Upgrade to Furious FPV True D ver 3.5

    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
  10. Skyzone SJ-V01 Upgrade to Furious FPV True D ver 3.5

    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
  11. Skyzone SJ-V01 Upgrade to Furious FPV True D ver 3.5

    the following pictures are the circuit board on the back of the screen left side first, then right
  12. Skyzone SJ-V01 Upgrade to Furious FPV True D ver 3.5

    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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