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Old 12-02-2019, 03:09 PM   #1
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I have a 2008 American Eagle. The original Navcom 5000 system died after purchase. No replacements. American recommended a Pioneer unit for radio, sat and monitor. We installed and found a wire kit that would hook up to it so all three cameras would feed into it. Works but not really visible so I had a referral build a three monitor system to hang below the front TV, looks great but....the new monitors have no way to connect to the old cameras. My guy is checking with Riverpark the original supplier of the cameras but just in case we do not find a fix I need recommendations on I guess wireless camera replacements. Both sides and rear.

Thanks for any specific feedback you can offer.
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the old system components are analog new will be digital you will need an adapter.

i used the old sony monitor with two new cameras in my coach when my side cameras went out plugged in and nothing til i got the adapter cables
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Crutchfield has cameras. I used the cheapest Jensen camera they sell on my pickup truck Pioneer stereo/nav upgrade. The cameras are tiny and have great digital resolution. Under $30 bucks too....but it's hard wired. They have wireless too.
When in doubt, call their customer service. These guys and gals know their stuff.
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the old system components are analog new will be digital you will need an adapter.



i used the old sony monitor with two new cameras in my coach when my side cameras went out plugged in and nothing til i got the adapter cables


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Replaced my Navion 5000 on my 2008 American Coach Tradition last year. Went with a Pioneer system for the audio, navigation, Bluetooth etc. Went with a separate stand alone monitor that interfaces with the existing Sony rear and side cameras. Everything purchased thru RVCams.com. Call them, tell them what you have, they have all of the connections that will work with your current wiring. Thought I was in for a big project, these guys made it easy.
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Thanks for the confirmation. Right my guy reached out to them and we added two Sony boxes so I could feed each camera direct (which was my design) all should be great after final hookup. What pioneer unit did you go with?
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Thanks for the confirmation. Right my guy reached out to them and we added two Sony boxes so I could feed each camera direct (which was my design) all should be great after final hookup. What pioneer unit did you go with?


Went with the Pioneer AVIC 8200NEX
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