Question about Boss BV7HR 7 in. Car Monitor
It comes with a proprietary cable that plugs into the back of it (it looks similar to SVIDEO although it's not). On the other end of the cable is two video inputs and 2 pairs of left & right audio inputs (all female RCA). On the front is another proprietary jack (looks like an earphone jack but it's not) with a supplied cable that splits it into 3 female RCA jacks (1 video and L & R audio). So there's a total of three standard inputs you can switch from. You do need to provide your own Male-Male RCA cables in between video sources and the monitor - you can get them at wal-mart for a couple of bucks. If you don't have those two proprietary cables it might be hard but I suppose you could make your own if you could get the pinouts. Probably the front one would be easiest to reverse engineer since it only has three wires in it.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
You need Male RCA plug.
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