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    Post Fitting the monitors to my new MIP

    Hi all,
    With my new rudders finished the next step on my sim rebuild is fitting the monitors to my new MIP, I came up with a neat idea I thought was worth sharing! The monitors on my old MIP were very difficult to adjust, (Color, contrast, screen position etc). To adjust them they had to be lifted off the MIP in a laborious trial and error process and I thought there's no way I'm going to do that again! I have mounted the monitor control card in a hidden spot behind the bezel hinge and it has turned out great, descriptions are on the pics!











    That will make adjustments very easy from now on, one down, two to go...

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    Re: Fitting the monitors to my new MIP

    WOW, looks fantastic Gwyn. I love the door to the monitor controls, mine were dangling behind the MIPS, this is very nice.

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    Re: Fitting the monitors to my new MIP

    Very good idea!! Congrats!!
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    Re: Fitting the monitors to my new MIP

    Very nice work Gwyn, I love the cover for the monitor controls.
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