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Mr. Apollo
Nov 8, 2000



Is there any camera interface unit that will allow for 4 cameras to be connected to a head unit? Iíd like to do a front, rear, and side view camera setup but so far all Iíve found is the Alpine KCX-C250MC which will allow up to 3 cameras.

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Mr. Apollo
Nov 8, 2000



I was looking to upgrade the head unit to one that supported CarPlay thatís why I was wondering about the camera modules.

Mr. Apollo
Nov 8, 2000



um excuse me posted:

Yea I think I understand you correctly. I was just trying to convey that a video splitter means you can look for head units with just one video port, if you want. Splitters come in A/V, coax, and HDMI flavor. So they should cover most anything you pick, theoretically. But definitely do the research. I'm just pointing you in a direction and haven't done this myself.
OK thanks. I was asking because the splitters I came across were all proprietary units and the max number of cameras they can deal with is three. I didn't think that a regular splitter would work with them. I'll look into it further.

taqueso posted:

Oh the roof rack? TBH I don't know, but I do know I've seen aftermarket 360 cams for sale on ebay like this thing https://www.ebay.com/itm/Car-360-De...ra/113674113278

Thanks I'll look into this some more.

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