Well... if it's TV out then why can't you just run the LCD that out instead of the onboard? I wonder if the output only goes active if there is video playing, or if it's essentially cloning. It might be easier to wire something to the Dock Connector rather than the on-board too. Though, you'd need an LCD that could modulate Composite video...
Though a nice ribbon cable to do the job would be quite sweet.
I want to replace the screen so that the new screen has everything the normal ipod screen does, including all the menus and whatnot. I know the TV out won't work for that because it's only going to show a video as it's playing, but not the menu's. What behavior will the video-out from the doc connector get me?
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