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DNT 8ch 8 Channel H.264 Standalone Cameras Surveillance Cctv Dvr Digital Video Recorder Security Systems, D1(704x480)resolution Recording@120fps, Remote Network Monitoring, Support Internet Explorer, I-phone, Android, Wince, Symbian. CMS Software, 8ch Playback Simultaneously, USB Backup/vga Output/4 Audio Input, Support USB Mouse Control

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  • 8CH H.264 Standalone Remote Network CCTV DVR
  • Support i-phone, Android, Win-CE, Symbian, IE browser and centralized monitoring CMS Software
  • Multiple channel playback at the same time
  • USB Backup/VGA output/4Audio input/ USB mouse control
  • support up to 2TB hard drive

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: dnt
  • Model Number: DNT-L3108HV-NH

Product Description

This is a 8 channels H.264 format DVR system which can support up to 8 BNC Video input. All the data will save to the Hard drive first and then you can back it up to USB flash drive. It comes with 10/100 Ethernet ports that you can connect DVR to the internet and you can live view, playback the image anywhere by using Internet Explorer 7 or above. CMS function can help you monitoring different location's DVR at the same time. Utilize graphic user interface, intuitive and easy-to-user for navigation OSD menu, high efficient for rapid response to the menu, easy to identify and set up for user. True Sextuple operation simultaneously Non-interference: Preview, recording, playback, backup and network operation at the same time. System auto recovery to power after power reconnected,and Return to the pre-power-down state. It can support up to 2TB hard drive. (Hard drive is not included)

Product Information

Product Dimensions 15.5 x 12.2 x 4.5 inches
Item Weight 5 pounds
Shipping Weight 5 pounds
ASIN B0042KYU3M
Item model number DNT-L3108HV-NH
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
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2.5 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

2.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #325,454 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
#3,705 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Networking Products > Streaming Media Players
#58,861 in Electronics > Televisions & Video
Date first available at Amazon.com September 10, 2010

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The DT-L3108HV DVR is a small 8-channel DVR (desk footprint slightly bigger than a 10" netbook). It accepts one SATA 3.5" hard drive (although the electronics look like it was designed to accommodate 2 drives since there is an unused SATA data connector on the board). Note that NO hard drive is included, this is a DIY addition. I have installed a 2TB drive and it works fine.
THE GOOD:
+ There is a front mounted USB port so when you want to backup to a USB drive you don't have to fumble at the back of the DVR (possibly disconnecting a cable).
+ There is a single 40mm fan to cool the electronics & hard drive.
+ The local DVR Interface (i.e. using the mouse) is polished, with slick menu icons. The only thing that's missing from the local DVR interface is an exit playback button (you have to right click then select stop playing, then view desktop to exit playback mode and resume live view)
+ An interesting thing is that for the 9-view split (remember only 8 cams can be connected) the 9th view shows codec bitrate information for each channel which can be useful for understanding how different resolution/quality settings affect bitrate. This is something that I have not seen with other DVRs that I've used. However it would be useful if the DVR would average the last 30 seconds of video and display MByte/Hour statistic as well as the # of days of currently stored recorded video.
+ The DVR interface does show the start/end dates of stored video (you have to dig in the menu options to find it)
+ You can schedule periodic reboots.
THE BAD:
- Monitor output is only VGA, there is no HDMI output (you can also connect a "spot" monitor via BNC output connector but most people will not use this).
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By Dlbinne on February 22, 2014
This DVR is ok. I've had it for quite awhile now, over a year and i'm able to use it well through the CMS software they've provided as well as using IE. We had a recent power outage and when it came back on the date was showing as 2001. I couldn't do any playback so I started to investigate. Everytime I would reset it it would almost immediately go back to 2001. I opened the case and like a previous posting, the battery is hard soldered onto the board. DUH,,,who would design such an obvious flaw. I'm an electronic technian and have done alot of soldering in my day, so I removed it, found the battery type, ordered some off ebay, and order the board battery holder for the battery, I just resoldered it in, and now when that battery goes bad i'll be able to put another one in without issue. I've reset the date and it now works again. If you aren't able to do something like that, I would not recommend buying this one, and if you are able to find out if the one you're going to purchase has such a setup I would stay away. You will need that "clock" battery to maintain your date time stamping which you will need for playback searching. I'm good to go now, and saved myself quite alot of $$$, since it only took me about 20 minutes all total, and @ $4.50 for 6 batteries, and 6 holders.(they wouldn't sell just one of those) Good luck, hope this helps someone out there
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The manual helpfully tells you it has a one year warranty, and contact them if there is a problem. Of course, it then provides no way to actually contact them.

Update 1:
Contacted DNT directly through Amazon. After a series of emails expressing healthy skepticism ("you CLAIM it doesn't work" - yea, that's what I am claiming) they agreed to allow me to ship it to them at my expense. After a week the first email said there was nothing wrong with it, then eight minutes later another email was sent telling me the power supply was bad. Well, possible, though I had tested it with a multimeter before sending it off, so doubtful. We'll see what they come up with next.
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