BOSS Audio BVAM5 One In/Four Out Car Video Signal Amplifier – Amplifies Video Signal to Maintain Picture Quality in Multi-Monitor Systems

This Video Signal Amp from Boss Audio Systems amplifies the video signal to maintain picture quality in multi monitor systems. It has 1 input and 4 outputs.

Product Features

  • One RCA Video Input and Four RCA Video Outputs
  • Independently Adjustable Variable Level Controls
  • Red Power LED Indicates Power Is ON
  • Dimensions: 3.3 x 2.7 x .75

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3 Responses to BOSS Audio BVAM5 One In/Four Out Car Video Signal Amplifier – Amplifies Video Signal to Maintain Picture Quality in Multi-Monitor Systems

  1. Anonymous says:

    GREAT BUY, great DVD players!! I have some knowledge of electrical things and a good overall mechanical knowledge, but I have never installed anything in a vehicle. I ordered two of these units. Both have a DVD players ( I could have ordered the second one for cheaper but it is just a monitor. I also noticed that it’s resolution is much less than this one (it was 800×600), so I spent the extra and got two of these. I watched a couple of videos on youtube.Installation was a breeze. I have a 2011 GMC Sierra Quad Cab…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Works great when paired with a media player like the Micca Speck G2 I paired two of these headrests with the Micca Speck G2 player and the BOSS Audio BVAM5 video amp to build an entertainment system in the family SUV. Since I wanted the wires completely hidden, I used the composite video input on the pigtail. The picture quality is good. I imagine it would be significantly better if using the HDMI input, but that would require exposed wires that could be pulled out by the kids.After taking several road trips with the new setup, we have just two…

  3. Anonymous says:

    We got 2 of these just before a long haul family car trip from Phoenix to Seattle. They worked so well it was like we were alone in the car!! Set up was easy after watching a few videos on how to open our seat back upholstery. The first one took 45 mins – most of it trying to figure out how to work it all. The second took less than 10 mins.3 months into nearly daily use they are still performing really well! They have occasionally skipped over very large bumps/potholes but it is to…