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The Laview KDV systems have an RCA audio input jack for recording audio and this can be configured in the recording settings (it is associated with camera channel 1 although you could essentially put a standalone microphone anywhere independent of the camera location, but audio recording would still be triggered by cam… see more The Laview KDV systems have an RCA audio input jack for recording audio and this can be configured in the recording settings (it is associated with camera channel 1 although you could essentially put a standalone microphone anywhere independent of the camera location, but audio recording would still be triggered by camera 1 events and settings). There is no microphone hardware supplied with the kit though, so that would have to be purchased separately. There is also an audio out jack that is an RCA connector which can be used for playback listening. The HDMI output has audio built into the connection as well. see less
By M. Vavrek on July 10, 2014
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This unit requires a hardwired Ethernet cable but you may try using a WiFi access point or bridge that you can hardwire the Ethernet cable to and your new device will connect wirelessly to your router. I've used a travel router in the past to get WiFi in a hotel and connect my computer with an Ethernet cable. It was … see more This unit requires a hardwired Ethernet cable but you may try using a WiFi access point or bridge that you can hardwire the Ethernet cable to and your new device will connect wirelessly to your router. I've used a travel router in the past to get WiFi in a hotel and connect my computer with an Ethernet cable. It was just OK, so if the speed is not high enough, viewing your video will be very slow and choppy. see less
By Joe B. on December 5, 2014
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No. It only overwrites when the hard disk is full. I have all four cameras set on motion detect and it goes a month or more before the hard disk is full.
By emur on January 21, 2016
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I just plugged in an extra Dell monitor I had laying around.
By Paul Deming on January 17, 2016
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Junk!!!!!!!
By Hal Menconi on January 11, 2016
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It was included with mine. Maybe try Radio Shack if you need one.
By Matt Kenner on December 9, 2015
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You will have to set each Camera to motion. If you select motion and only one camera is checked it is the only one that will be in motion mode. I had the same problem with mine. My son came and set it up for me and he told me I only set the one camera for motion. I hope this helps you.
By Billy on December 8, 2015
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They recommend a UPS and a dedicated ground wire an a dedicated UPS on their systems. IMO get that set up before any surveillance system purchase.
By T. Neimi on November 27, 2015
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should be compatible with everything. video out is video out. you can plug this camera output into any video in ,and, it will work. into a vcr, into a tv ,into a switch box that distributes to (?)
By Anthony R. on November 27, 2015
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yeah get rid of it the system is junk the cameras don't work
By Hal Menconi on October 13, 2015