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Old 01-04-2013, 13:31   #1
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Raymarine E80 classic + monitor

I have a Raymarine E80 classic at the helm. It has the following connected; 2Kw radar, ST60+ depth, wind, speed, 128 gps, fluxgate compass, rudder monitor, NASA AIS (2 channel) and the Raymarine auto-pilot. All work fine as one integrated system, really well actully. Below decks I have a B&W RL512 which is also connected via sea talk.

I want to take advantage of the VGA output on the E80 to run a colour monitor which should repeat the E80 screen at the helm, down below. Does anyone know of a monitor that is compatible with the E80 VGA output rather than the stupid 2000+ Raymarine want for the M1500?
You can get colour monitors for 150-200. The Raymarine price for the M1500 is sick for what it is.............
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Old 01-04-2013, 15:47   #2
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Re: Raymarine E80 classic + monitor

For the price of the appropriate cable, I can repeat the display on my 22" flat screen TV in the salon. Any modern TV should have the required input I would guess...
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