7 inch 1080p HDMI Monitor $59

This 7 inch 1080p HDMI Monitor is 12 volts because it’s designed for use in cars, but I think it’s too good a deal just for entertaining in your car. It also has audio. Below is a battery that works well with this monitor. This monitor and battery combination is recommended by my friend Stu Sweetow (avconsultants.com).

7 inch 1080p HDMI Monitor

Portable Power Bank and Car Jump Starter

This battery may be overkill, but it will do the job handsomely. How many hours would it power the 7 inch monitor above? Stu rigged an adapter cable to plug into the standard round 12v power input on the monitor. It has a Y adapter so he can power his 12 volt mic mixer and monitor at the same time.

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One thought on “7 inch 1080p HDMI Monitor $59

  1. Bill Langbehn

    Nice little monitor but I’m still looking for a decent 5 to 7 inch monitor I can use on my video camera while recording. Most are expensive. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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