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WTD: CCTV DVR Recorder with HDD (any size) £90.00

DudeyGeeza Avatar
8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months agoFeedback:184 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
as description,

have cameras just need a dvr with hdd to plug it into, anything considdered.

Prices negotiable, price below only for the rules
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can pay via paypal or bt or good old cash
DudeyGeeza Avatar
8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months agoFeedback:184 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Bump,

Anyone know where i can buy one from? maybe this should be moved to the deal request forum.
#2
what's the output from your Camera? Some kind of BNC connector?
#3
Ive got 2 4 channel dvrs that i removed from a job recently,i'll do a test on them to make sure one works and let you know.
If you are in urgent need and dont need anything too fancy then any of the AVTECH units listed on ebay will do.
#4
I have the sony 480 ccd cameras, two of them, all wired up to two 7" monitors at the moment, with massive infra red lights too, so i just require a recording device, was even thinking about an old time lapse vcr but what ever it is has to do loop at least a day, from the specs of some of them a 160gb hard drive will do 3 days real time, but do these loop?

OR am i better off getting a pci card and using one of my older pc's with some software for it, really dont know how good any of these cctv DVR's actually are, so any advice would be greatly appreciated.
#5
Most dvrs will give you the option of stopping when disk is full or continuous recording,dont go down the route of t/l vcrs because you would then either need a 2 way switcher or multiplex and if you go the switcher route you would lose X amount of time on each camera between switches.
#6
pedders
Most dvrs will give you the option of stopping when disk is full or continuous recording,dont go down the route of t/l vcrs because you would then either need a 2 way switcher or multiplex and if you go the switcher route you would lose X amount of time on each camera between switches.


ahh i see, Im electronically minded, just never used a cctv dvr before,

would a HDD version with 4 inputs, (Only 2 will be in use) does the dvr record both streams? or only one?

I've seen the pci card version for a PC, each camera in a window which is nice, I am prepared to re-wire some video inputs/wiring so i can still use my 7" screens, but i assume DVR's have a video output for each input???
#7
A 4 channel dvr will record all 4 channels at once and will let you view footage while recording/burning to disk at the same time.
Most will have loop throughs for video,so you can put camera 'in' into the dvr then loop out for your monitors and also it will have a monitor output for multi screen programming etc,the majority will have vga outputs and can also be controlled over the network.

The one ive got on test is a Visage 4 channel unit with audio in,network,motion recording and vga out +250 gb hard drive its a fairly old unit but has a good spec.

If you are interested once ive tested 100% im sure we can sort out a deal which will be sub 100 quid delivered
#8
sounds ok, silly question but as you say it is old, does it record in colour? if it has a vga (colour output) i would assume that it does.

Basically i have my cameras, i want to plug them in, can sort out the connection types if different, attach a screen (can do vga/s-video connection) and let it record away for a looping continuous of a minimum of 24 hours, it wasnt meant for weeks and weeks worth but that would be great if it actually did..

if the vga output actually displays the two cameras in split screen that is fine, as i would only need to connect one monitor.
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By old its probably 2 years,full colour and will record at 25 fps,the video inputs are standard bnc connectors,the main monitor out is bnc and will display the same image as the vga port and can display single image,quad image or sequence between the cameras you have or you could just stick it in a cupboard and remotely connect to it through your network (once i find the disc) I think it would quite easily do over a week recording on very high quality at 25fps.
I could also send the unit to you first so you can get used to it/see if its suitable for your needs but im 100% sure it will be.
#10
pedders
By old its probably 2 years,full colour and will record at 25 fps,the video inputs are standard bnc connectors,the main monitor out is bnc and will display the same image as the vga port and can display single image,quad image or sequence between the cameras you have or you could just stick it in a cupboard and remotely connect to it through your network (once i find the disc) I think it would quite easily do over a week recording on very high quality at 25fps.
I could also send the unit to you first so you can get used to it/see if its suitable for your needs but im 100% sure it will be.


Thats such a good gesture, I would appreciate that if you could, Like i said, i may need to make a few converters for cable ends but i would do this with my cables obviously.

I will add to your rep for the offer as you will truly be helping me out.

My VW sharan has just come back from the insurance repairers as they vandalised it, so it needed a full re-spray, last night someone hopped over my back fence and tried to get into my back window! opened my curtains and the hoody ran off! Must have thought i wasnt in as i left my car at my brothers as i had a bit to drink last night...

Today i have my cameras up and ready, been meaning to do it since the sharan got vandalised, got the cameras before it come back, so like i said, just need a recording device now, but i am hoping that the cameras will deter the little gits at least!
#11
So just to make sure, what sort of price would you want for it if it did do what i need??
#12
How does 90 quid delivered sound?

But as i say ill send down first then we can worry about payment.
PM me and let me know your address and also what cables you might need and im sure i can sort you out.
#13
pedders
How does 90 quid delivered sound?

But as i say ill send down first then we can worry about payment.
PM me and let me know your address and also what cables you might need and im sure i can sort you out.


sounds great!

I have PM'd you my address details, dont worry i have had a few people on here send me first, I use this account a lot and will be selling quite a few items later, psp's etc, just need to get round to making the listing up.

Please see PM regarding cables, cheers
#14
PM replied to m8,will post the dvr tomorrow plus any other bits you might need.

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