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Old 07-04-2015, 07:35 AM   #1
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what are the best 4 camera wireless systems

I have a 40 foot MH and tow a car hauler trailer. My original single backup camera was inadequate so I purchased a wireless 4 camera system from Ebay for $500.00. It worked well the day I installed it but all supposedly Sony cameras failed within days. I need a system that I can mount one camera on the back of the trailer and two side and backup camera's on the MH. What is a good reliable wireless system. It would be extremely difficult to install a wired system on my coach.

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Well, I can't speak to all systems but I've been running a Rear View Safety 3 camera set up with no problems on my 38" Travel Supreme. I think I paid just over $600 for it. It was great for replacing the fuzzy B&W camera we had in there. I've heard great things about Voyager too. Just remember to make sure you get a digital wireless system.

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I'll watch this thread to find out what system works. I tried one last year for the back of an enclosed trailer we tow behind our MH. It worked find up to 30 mph, but could not keep up with the changing images above that. When I returned it, they acknowledged that problem and returned my money.
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