Quoted from d0n:
It arrived today. It can play music and show pictures too. It powers with a iphone like USB charger 110V. I will plug this into a remote controlled ZAP outlet to turn it off and on. The only issue with this TV is that upon start up it ALWAYS starts on the main menu. You then must toggle to the videos and hit the play button. This means that you'd have to slide your PF glass down just enough to access to the TV each time your turned on the game. A pain in the butt yea... but it's only $95, stores 45 episodes and has sound. It plays color TV too.
In the pics, I had not yet mounted the rabbit ears.
Thanks for the info! Still curious how it's processing the video and storing the files. Crazymuffin uses a Rasberry Pi, and my display has its own processor, but it's not as fast as an RPi. I'm assuming this display has its own processor, too, but the storage capacity puzzles me.
My TV plugs into the game's 5v, so it powers on with the game. It only holds about 60 minutes of video before it repeats, so I have highlights from 14 episodes playing.
This is pretty much the same as my TSPP TV, which I've been selling for 2 1/2 years (pictured below) I've sold close to 200 of the TSPP TV, and no complaints about the size, installation, or the way it plays. Many of the TSPP customers have asked for a regular TV for games like WPT, Sopranos, Dr. Who, TAF, SP, FG, GB, and even the upcoming Batman66, so this is what I have.
My price is inbetween the $95 ebay TV and Crazymuffin's RPi version, so I think it's good to have choices.
For $109, I also have an MDM with the black starfield plastic bezel. Plays the same 14 episode highlights. I've been painting the screw heads black for customers, and it fits nicely in the upper left corner of the mini playfield, hiding the back switch cover where the ball enters. I don't have my TZ right now, so I don't have a pic.
TSPP TV V2 Install (resized).jpg