DIY Projector v2.0 Projector 2.0 Old monitor. Isolated the power inverter and logic board from the old LCD monitor. The inverter is broken, but everything else will work! Just the power inverter Just the LCD panel Just the LCD panel The logic board removed from the old, broken LCD monitor. Probing around to see what’s working and what’s not. Turns out, the power inverter is busted. Removed old PCD power supply. Will use it to power the logic board. Disassembling an old PC power supply. PC power supply taken from an old PC. Isolated the GND, 5V, 3.3V lines, and extended the wires. Stripped the wire ends Wire glue to extend the power lines. Solder gun was busted. Isolating all of the cables by color (and voltage). Testing the LCD panel. Used a flashlight behind the panel to confirm it was all working. Testing power to the logic board. Logic board with power in from the old PC power supply. Cracked corner. No worry- it’s bigger than needed. Small hairline cracks on the Fresnel lens. No worry- it’s bigger than needed. Wiring is complete; ready for testing. Ready to test the image and adjust lenses! First test. Need to adjust the lenses, this is looking really stretched. But nice and crisp, at least! I can barely see the pixels. First tests. A bit too dim, I’ll have to adjust some more. No power strip this time! All you need is right here: power in, power switch, potentiometer for fan speed, and an LED. Final enclosure completed. Final picture! Man, that’s crisp! I need to figure out how to get rid of that vignette look, though. Play with the lens distances, etc?