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QK-DVDM1 need mini din 9 pin monitor only

I have a mobile dvd player, it's fine, but I need two monitors which connect by mini din 9 pin socket. Does anyone know how I can get two monitors. Maker Qwestar; which I believe are not in business anymore product # QK-DVDM1.

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I also have a monitor for a qwestar dvd player. email me at onlyforward4me@yahoo.com

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I just happen to own a monitor for a qwestar dvd player. for more info contact me at www.wattderek@gmail.com

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