Source, please. I find it very difficult to believe a proprietary Analog HD technology with only a relatively few small manufacturers and VARs producing and selling products has overtaken market share from Dahua and Hikvision on their home turf.
Survtech, the claim might be right. I am also monitoring the market carefully. Note that AHD did make some success in Korea. The AHD receiver chip set can also capture the conventional NTSC or PAL signal automatically. Therefore, its DVR could be cheaper than TVI's or CVI's, which probably need extra decoding(NTSC,PAL) chip set. China manufactueres are very sensitive penny-wise.
You are Absolutely right. What most of you reading what I wrote at face value. AHD has been around it is not new, before the picture quality looked cheap and whereas now it is full 1080P. And the cameras though they are AHD, when hooked up to an Analog DVR they will display at 960H. Understand that here in the states the only people that were installing AHD were the guys that would bundle the cheap kits with their alarm sells. Like I said I am in the wholesale business selling to distributors, I am only here to keep knowledge sharp as well provide information on which direction the market is heading.