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Old 06-05-2018, 05:33 PM   #41
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Old 07-30-2018, 05:43 PM   #42
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Iíve switched over to the Voyager and I like it. Picture is not as crisp as the rvcam, but have easily adjusted to it. And hereís an interesting thing. I always had interruptions with my Dill TPMS. Now I donít. I think it was the WiFi that caused the problem.
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Hello Wayne&Sam,
I have not made the jump. I keep thinking that one day the perfect app will show up and all will be good again. For now, I tolerate the occasional freezing from Mobilinc.
Your comment on the TPMS is very interesting. I have given up on my Tire Minder system since not only the main unit but also the transmitters, just kept failing. Never considered the WiFi implication. Perhaps the booster and WiFi were teaming up and mucking up the transmitters? At any rate, the Tire Minder system proved to be too expensive to operate.
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Iíve had no freezes, or bad images in over 1000 miles. I donít have to keep the screen by an ac vent to prevent over heating. Iím happy. I did originally by the 7Ē screen but it was huge. Exchanged it for the 3.4 and itís perfect for me. And way cheaper.
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Wayne & Sam,
Which Voyager system did you decide on? The freezing on Fred’s camera with MobiLinc is annoying even with the phone near the ac vent it cuts in and out every few seconds.
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we use the rear camera with the garmin 760 - the 770 is newer

we run the rear camera off the RV lights

when we want to see behind, i we put on the TV lights
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