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Q-See QT5680-1 8 Channel Full D1 Smart Recording DVR with Pre-installed 1TB Hard Drive

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  • 8 Channel Full D1 Surveillance DVR Includes Pre-installed 1 TB Hard Drive Connect up to 8 Cameras Stream Live Video Directly to a remote MAC or PC, iPhone, iPad, or Android. Receive email alerts upon motion detection. Receive email alerts upon motion detection.
  • 8 Channel Full D1 Surveillance DVR
  • Includes Pre-installed 1 TB Hard Drive
  • Connect up to 8 Cameras
  • Stream Live Video Directly to a remote MAC/PC/iPhone/iPad/Android. Receive email alerts upon motion detection.
  • Receive email alerts upon motion detection.
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Product Details

Style Name: DVR Only
  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 12 x 14 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00BWX2OU8
  • Item model number: QT5680-1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (89 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 8, 2013

Product Description

Style: DVR Only

See real-time video in clarity you'll notice. The Q-See QT5680-1 is the surveillance solution with noticeable clarity. With support for a total of 8 cameras, the QT5680-1 surveillance DVR offers smooth flowing D1 recording resolution, 4 times the size and clarity of conventional CIF, which ensures footage appears in real-time. To fully take advantage of this system's superb quality, the DVR includes a pre-installed 1TB hard drive and an HDMI port for high resolution viewing options. With an array of standard features that keep you connected, this 8 channel DVR gives you peace of mind and flexibility when it comes to a security solution. The QT5680-1 keeps you connected regardless of where you are located with its premium remote monitoring features. Receive email alerts with incident snapshots when motion is detected or when the hard drive runs out of recording space. Easily check up on property from just a computer or compatible mobile device. In addition to impressive remote monitoring features, this system is capable of extensive multi-tasking. Simultaneously record, watch video, back up video and remotely monitor all with the processing power of one DVR.Q-See DVRs are a winning selection for your surveillance solution. With high quality products, Q-See DVRs achieve excellence in home or business environments.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Terrible product...worst customer service.
Ivy J. Frazier
Overall, I would recommend this to anyone who wants to spend a midrange cost for a security camera system.
Frank Iannuzzi
The set up was relatively easy as well as the installation.
Jason

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

64 of 65 people found the following review helpful By John Keitz on October 25, 2013
Style Name: With 3 High-Resolution & 1 Pan-Tilt Cameras Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Rarely am I this blown away by a product! To begin with, it isn't exactly easy to install. Be prepared for some planning and drilling, since the cameras are all wired, but it is all worth it. The DVR is nearly silent, so you can place it just about anywhere. I used an old computer monitor with it, but it has an HDMI output, so you could just connect it to your TV. After setting that up (which is super easy), you need to mount the cameras. The tilt and pan camera is amazing. Once you mount it, you can control it even with the smartphone apps (I used the iPhone one). The other cameras mount in a fixed position, so I put the pan and tilt in the center of my main living area, placing the fixed ones down the hall, and one outside facing the driveway (yes they're weatherproof!). After setting up the system, I decided to play with the clarity and night vision. If you've seen Ghost Hunters, you know what you're working with. What amazed me was the clarity of the night vision. I wrote "can you read this?" on a piece of paper and placed it on the table about 15 feet from the main camera. I turned off the lights, and I could read it easily in the complete darkness!

I don't live in a high crime area, but I like being able to check on the home while away. This added just the right amount of security for me. I cannot recommend this more highly!
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71 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Stanners on October 18, 2013
Style Name: DVR Only
Q-See did a great job here. I was scared of throwing away hundreds on garbage so I spent days reviewing DVRs and cameras (BTW I notice there is a (assuming) competitor of Q-See that writes all-caps bad reviews on other QSee products--look at his/her comments and the wording is all the same, copy paste on multiple items with no specifics).

The software interface is a breath of fresh air, very clean, not just on the box menu system itself, but through the web interface as well. I am using Chrome and it is working great. Remote viewing of my home security cameras, good to go. Some of the options available on the DVR are really nice. One example is the very well designed screen to block out areas you don't want to trigger the record-on-motion-detected.

Instructions are written by a native English speaker (can't take that for granted nowadays). The instructions for getting the system connected for remote access are thorough and cover both UPnP and DMZ for the router setup. The cameras work as expected, no complaints there.

So far, very good. Will post an update if there are any developments otherwise.
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47 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Vance on September 30, 2013
Style Name: DVR Only
I coupled this with 4 Q See night vision cameras and it is simple yet functional. I was hesitant about those systems that were clean and slick to look at but I found out the only way to access menus and control was either from the all in one remote or the mouse. God forbid if the remote got lost or broken then how do you even turn the darn thing on/off. So I admit I am a bit of a traditionalist/hybrid when it comes to electronics. The performance is good, it provides settings for qvga or vga (good/better) images. The unit is lightweight but shell feel solid enough, I put my flat screen monitor on top of it without denting the top of the shell. The back has options for output (VGA, HDMI) which I used the HDMI into a 19" led TV that I found on sale. The menu setup is not as user friendly or intuitive as I'd like but once I played around I kind of understood where/why they put it under what folder.

Pro:
-Price was usually less than other if not comparable/cheaper than generic no names
-Build is better than most I explored
-Q See is a name I know of
-Compatible with my Swann nanny cams too! In the works for patching them in somehow, if I need to, I have no problems buying another Q See DVR
-Can access menu through optical mouse (included) or button.
-Playback remote included w/ batteries
-Can be usb backup via external hard drive

Cons:
-The buttons on the unit do not light up...non contrasting scheme makes it somewhat difficult to read.
-Menus/software not as user friendly but still better than most I can say that!! Still easier to use than zmodos menus
TIP: in menu when searching for recorded files and/or images (in file management) if not sure about time, leave search empty - select the day and just click search.
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85 of 99 people found the following review helpful By JS Lurkin on January 1, 2014
Style Name: With 8 High-Resolution Cameras
I read documents for 4 days prior to attempting installation and setup. I worked and read for 2 more days during setup. When I called for help, the agent was snippy, anxious to get me off the phone, and sent me something else to read.

Your documentation ( and you certainly have plenty of it ), although written by a native English speaker, certainly wasn't written by someone with a sixth grade knowledge of punctuation or grammar.

It appears as though product development, your technical writers and software development have only limited communication with one another.

During the setup process I was prompted to enter "the" IP address in various and sundry locations. Which IP address? I was working with 3 of them: One for the router, one for the computer and one for the dvr.

Setup for the iPhone was accomplished as a result of reading a user review. iPhone automatically changes the "a" in "admin" to upper case. Upper case "A" doesn't work. Software development could have resolved this in advance.

Functionality for the ipad was accomplished by trial and error and limited help from the same software review. Again, software development failed. Further, I couldn't find a solution while performing a search in Knowledge Base. Your technical writers failed.

Once you back up a file, you can't back it up a second time. It's still on the hard drive. You can see it. But you just can't copy it for police use. Their IT guy needs your hard drive for that which means your security system is shut down until it's replaced

Hard drive replacement as outlined in the most current downloadable instructions for QT series says a standard desktop, SATA, 3.5"' 1 TB, 7200 rpm hard drive is required.
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BRAND NEW UNIT COMES WITH 1 YEAR MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY .