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I don't know I had my monitor in the center of my house and cameras all around. Probably max of 50 feet in a direct line through walls and never had reception problems. But I never had to move them farther then that.
By HotaCe on October 5, 2013
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It records both.
By finetrim on February 16, 2013
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yes but mine are all sheltered by an overhang but not necessary...monitor indoors only...
By AMIGO DE MEXICO on July 23, 2014
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Just 4 cameras.
By Alton on February 9, 2013
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Approximately 6'.
By verizon girl on June 3, 2013
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Sorry Mike, I don't know the specs for the 7" Monitor. We've been very happy with the 9" monitor.
By Amazon Customer on May 1, 2013
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I have GREAT reception at 50 feet on one camera, FULL BAR signal and GREAT reception on the 2nd @ 15 feet. I am going to install a 3rd camera which will be about 40 feet away from the receiver. I would HIGHLY recommend this system to any buyer and I believe it is easier and better than the DVR versions which require … see more I have GREAT reception at 50 feet on one camera, FULL BAR signal and GREAT reception on the 2nd @ 15 feet. I am going to install a 3rd camera which will be about 40 feet away from the receiver. I would HIGHLY recommend this system to any buyer and I believe it is easier and better than the DVR versions which require wiring. Hope this helps! see less
By Scott on April 10, 2013
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With this model, it is only viewable through a Skype account and the monitor has to be wired to your router.
By James A. McDonnell on March 7, 2013
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definitely not...
By AMIGO DE MEXICO on March 5, 2013
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It depends on whatever obstacles might be in the way and the nature (type of construction, material used, etc. thickness, etc. I have an outdoor camera located about 50' from the reciever and it works just fine.
By Gerald Duryee on March 1, 2013