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Old 08-26-2016, 10:52 PM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone has used TWO 7" RVS 4Cam monitors paired with the same 4 cameras. Idea is place one monitor at driver's seat and another else where as a exterior security monitor. Powering has to be done a little differently. I'm working on this idea for a friend.
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If you split the signal, you split it's signal strength. You can try it out before installing it, but it might not work without a signal amplifier.

Where is your friend parking that they need security monitors?
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This is a wireless system so splitting signal strength does not apply. Signal quality depends on distance and objects between the two ends points. The question is if you can pair a wireless camera with more than one monitor at the same time?

I knew someone would take this off-track about the need question. My friend "feels" they have a need. Why do we buy insurance packages, we feel a need or the rules says we must.
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I do think the pairing would only be an issue with a bluetooth signal. If it is a broadcast frequency no problem as long as both monitors are setup for the same frequency. I think the question may not have been need but where is he staying so I won't go there. I personally wouldn't camp somewhere I need external cameras to feel secure.
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They are full timers and travel all over. I don't know where they "feel" the need. Plenty of people use security cameras, gated drive ways, window bars and what ever not to meet there security "needs' at there homes. Who knows what happened in someone's life that made them feel insecure in various locations. I go by my own gut feelings and don't worry about what others think about places very much. I've camped all over the southwest for 50 some years in tents, popups, trailers of various types, or just a sleeping bag in the open and never felt indangered by two or four legged creatures. Can't always say the same about the 6 and 8 legged creatures.

Thanks for the comment about the frequency part of your response.
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