Why Use A Video Amplifier?
With a wide range of DVD players, video games, and monitors available, users often find that the video signal level is not well matched to their chosen monitor. This frequently occurs in systems where more than one monitor is present. In such multi-monitor systems, the video signal from your DVD player (or other video source) must be split and routed to the other monitors, resulting in a drop in signal strength to all of the monitors. Typically, a monitor that is receiving a video signal whose strength is inadequate will display an image that is too dark or unclear. By installing a multi-channel video signal amplifier like the BV-AM5, you can independently amplify the signal being sent to each monitor. The BV-AM5 will deliver four separate video outputs.
- Number of outputs: 4
- Video input level: 2.0Vp-p
- Video output level: 0.5-1.5Vp-p
- Output impedance: 750 Ohms
- Type of level controls: variable
- Power requirements: 12V DC
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 3-1/4″ x 2-11/16″ x 3/4″
Controls And Features
- Video Outputs: Connect your monitor(s) to these connectors using high-quality RCA video cables.
- Output Gain Level Controls: Adjust these independently to get the best possible picture quality on each monitor.
- Video Input Jack: Using a high-quality RCA video cable, connect the DVD player (or other video source) to this input jack.
- Power Connections: Follow the wiring diagram to properly connect the BVAM5 to your vehicle battery and chassis ground.
Connect the monitors and video input source in your system to the BVAM5 using high-quality RCA video cables as shown.When making the power input connections, be sure to make your (+) connection directly to the car battery or to a distribution block mounted near the battery. Also, make sure that your ground connection is to a clean, paint-free metal chassis point.
- Amplifies Video Signal
- Multi-Monitor Systems
- 1 input & 4 outputs
- Amplifies video signal to maintain picture quality in multi-monitor systems