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2009 Tacoma and a Sanyo CCA-BC200 Camera

Discussion in 'Audio & Video' started by kcossabo, Apr 2, 2009.

  1. Apr 2, 2009 at 7:48 AM

    kcossabo [OP] Kevin Cossaboon

    Mar 16, 2009
    First Name:
    Round Hill, VA
    2009 4dr 4x4 Tacoma
    Firestone Destination A/V, Kenwood DX8120, ScanGauge, Second Back Up Camera, Aris Bull Bar, KC Driving Lights, Weston Nerf Bars, Tonneau Cover, Bed Extender, Dynamat in doors and floor, Kenwood KSC-SW10 150W Compact Powered Subwoofer, Kenwood KFC-1362 5-1/4" 3-Way Speaker (Rear), Kenwood KFC-1682ie 6-1/2"/6-3/4" 3-way Speakers (front), Heated Signal Muth Mirror System, ScanGauge II, Viper 5701 Alarm with Tilt, Proximity, 4 window remote up/down, and remote start.
    Going to install a Sanyo CCA-BC200 camera to a Kenwood DNX8120 on a 2009 Double Cab. I have couple of questions that I would like opinions on;

    1) Placement. I have the one in the tailgate/Mirror and this is a second. Should I put it on the top of the Cab, or Bumper, or somewhere else. The original camera has limited value with the tailgate down :)

    2) The CCA-BC200 has 3 views (2 Digital processed), and a switch to flip between them. Has anyone tried to set this up on the DNX8120 Relay inputs? or would it be better to use the switch that came with the camera.


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