poor pict quality

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    samuraidad
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    We are currently running 4 of your BIPRO-9004 cameras along with a camera from a different company.$cameras are going to a DVR on one floor. One of thoese camera is split to go upstairs to a monitor and eventually a DRV. This camera is on simease cable fromthe camera to T BNC connector then one cable goes to the DVR and the other to the monitor. It is powered by a 12v transformer. My problem is the one that goes to the monitor is not clear and in night mode I usually get waves on the monitor. What can I do to correct this?

    #32160

    samuraidad
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    I may not have been clear in my prior post. The picture from the DRV is fine, The picture that goes to a stand alone moitor is the problem. This picture is carried on a simease cable with 12v to a BNC Tee. Fom this point one simease cable goes to a DVR (No Problem Good Pict) the second cable from the BNC Tee goes to a monitor in a differnt part of the house. I thinking I need some type of booster to increase the signal to the monitor

    #32161

    JCHaldas
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    Hello Samuraidad,

    You will be better off using our AMP-1002. It is an amplifier/splitter. It will do a better job with the split and should eliminate the quality drop issue you are having.

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Thanks James

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