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32 Channel Ultimate Series H.264 D1 Realtime Security DVR


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32 Channel Ultimate Series H.264 D1 Realtime Security DVR
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32 Channel Ultimate Series H.264 D1 Realtime Security DVR
  Review by Stephen Stoddard on Mar 07, 2014
Time to pull out the big guns with this unit. This DVR handles the simultaneous recording of all 32 cameras at D1 with no problem. If you install one of these units, I'm assuming your more than likely a professional CCTV installer. However, if your not, I highly recommend that if you are installing one of these DVRs with 32 different cameras that you invest in one of Security Camera Kings service monitors for the adjusting the cameras. It will save you a lot, and I mean a lot, of running back and forth between camera and DVR. My experience has been that most clients that need a 32 channel DVR for what ever reason will generally want to use more than one main monitor. On the last install I did for this one we really maxed the displays. We used all three main monitor displays (HDMAI, VGA, and BNC) plus the video matrix option. We also used the majority of the alarm and sound connections. The back of the unit looked like the old fashioned telephone switchboards with all those wires and cables going in and out of it but it handles the workload fine. In addition, I expected that with all that workload the unit would put out enough heater to quality it as a mini room heater, but I was surprised when I discovered it didn't get very warm at all. My customer when all out on storage and uses all 8 SATA internal hard drives , the eSATA option on the back for an external hard drive set up, and three of the the 4 USB 2.0 ports for a variety of devices. I'm telling you, most typical installations don't use anywhere near that amount and with all that going on plus simultaneous remote access and control there was no problem at all. They are very satisfied.
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  Review by Ken Schmidt on Jan 23, 2014
This DVR is great for both monitoring and recording color or black and white security video footage. The D1 resolution results in clear, sharp video pictures and it's incredibly impressive to think that this one unit can handle 32 cameras simultaneously. It's economical in that if you broke 32 channels into smaller groups you may have to purchase two to four DVR units (at a greater cost) to handle the same amount of cameras. Also, by putting all 32 cameras on one unit, all we had to do was plug the DVR into our network using a standard CAT5 Ethernet cable to be able to get multiple user remote access of the system and any of the cameras. If your going to need a 32 camera DVR, I think there is a good chance that you will need more than one monitor so the decision from Security Camera King to design a unit like this with 3 main monitor (simultaneous) display options using 3 different connections is smart. We also use the video matrix option to get monitoring access to groups of cameras that cover a specific area. The case is large enough to hold plenty of internal hard disk drives for video storage and in our case we bought the optional internal DVD burner and a total of 4 internal hard disk drives. Our cameras are all 700TVLs with varifocal lenses accept for one PTZ camera which we control remotely via the RS485 connection to the DVR. Every thing works great and I have nothing negative to comment on.
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Slow response, only supports mirroring, bad interface
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  Review by Daniel Potts on Dec 18, 2013
The reviewer has last purchased this item on Jun 03, 2013
This replaced a 3 year old DVR system. The interface on the old DVR was more responsive and user friendly.
The video search function is limited with playback. The web interface is active x based and does not work with most web browsers. Also the storage only supports mirroring, so if you have 4 drives you still loose half of your storage as opposed to raid 5 etc.

To top it all off 2 of the Hard drives failed within a couple months.

Had I know about all of these limitations I would have spent more money to receive a better DVR.
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AAA+++
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  Review by fernando lee tom (Florida USA) on Dec 07, 2013
The reviewer has last purchased this item on Nov 27, 2013
AAAAA++++
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32 Channel Ultimate Series H.264 D1 Realtime Security DVR
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  Review by Vince Marotti (New Jersey USA) on Dec 04, 2013
To be honest, I don't know where to start. I must say that this is an excellent 32 channel analog DVR and if you read no further, that's it in a nutshell. However, I've always been known for my ranting so I'll provide some details that came to mind during the whole purchase/installation/use process.

First I ordered this on-line, without a glitch. I paid for it with my credit card. No problems there, received the recorder in about 3 days after ordering. The DVR arrived in perfect condition, no damage, no problems, and I didn't realize how many accessories actually come with it (i.e. USB mouse, SATA cables, IR remote control, and more).There's not much to installing a DVR. I mean you basically set it some where and plug in everything so that was easy with absolutely no challenges. Configuring the DVR or setup, is a little more challenging depending on what you need to do with your cameras, recordings, etc. The On Screen Display (OSD) is very intuitive and doesn't take long to figure out. If you've NEVER had any experience with a video security camera system or DVR it may be a little more difficult, but even so Security Camera King has one of the best technical support departments I ever dealt with. This DVR can record all 32 channels simultaneously at D1 resolution and at 30 frames per second. The last time I saw a security video recording was when the news showed the video security system of the guys responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing. That wasn't bad, but I believe the quality of this DVR is far better than that. You will be impressed if you are not familiar with Security Camera King DVRs, I'm sure. There are an almost overwhelming amount of useful features. Even the Internet remote access works very well. About the only thing that is perfect is the instruction manual; it could use a little help, but then again, there's always tech support.
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  Review by Bill Henson (Texas USA) on Oct 14, 2013
The reviewer has last purchased this item on Oct 04, 2013
Absolutely one of the best analog DVRs I have ever used. Simple to install and operate and a must if you are installing more than 16 cameras. Plus there is room for later expansion.
The setup is simple and the work flow is a breeze.
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  Review by Lex Manges on Sep 26, 2013
Never, ever, will we purchase one of those stupid computer based card add on security systems again, and you can quote me on that. My biggest regret is that I had discovered this DVR before I bought one of those other pieces of junk. Simple logic would only dictate that if you have a 32 camera system you'll want a machine that is a stand alone and not something that will try to co-exist with a computer that already has tasks and functions it needs to worry about.

Anyway, Security Camera King's 32 Channel Ultimate DVR is very good and does and excellent all around job. Since it is a standalone machine there are no computer dependent slow downs, crashes, or potential viral lags and the machine can easily handle whatever you throw at it (figuratively). It handles the workload of recording all 32 channels (if need be) simultaneously and without missing a frame or freezing up. If that's not enough, you can also throw in audio recording and alarm functions such as inputs and outputs to devices.

What really amazes me is its true pentaplex functioning. In other words it's an excellent multitasker and somehow due to its design it can handle them all without any difficulty. I am so used to making frequent daily checks of our old unit to reboot the computer because of a blue screen crash that I am really surprised that I haven't had to do a thing to this DVR yet. Each video channel produces full realtime notion (30 frames per second) and D1 resolution color video that is crisp, clear, and colorful. Sometimes when I watch the news at night or read the news on the Internet, they will show video clips from security systems when an event has taken place. I don't know how old or cheap these systems are that they are using, but I can tell you that with Security Camera King's 32 channel Ultimate DVR there will be no blurry, pixilated pictures. We are very happy with its performance and the technical support provided by Security Camera King.
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Great !
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  Review by Pedram Owtad (Arizona USA) on Sep 06, 2013
The reviewer has last purchased this item on Jul 22, 2013
Stylish, Easy to use, exapndable
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32 Channel Ultimate Series H.264 D1 Realtime Security DVR
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  Review by Alan Adkins on Sep 02, 2013
This Security Camera King 32 camera DVR is a nice “enterprise” level type recorder. You’ll like the details of the high resolution when recorded at D1 and the flexibility OSD (On Screen Display) menu give you. A 32 channel system is a big undertaking and this DVR makes the set up and operation procedures simple and easy to perform. The DVR unit works great. We record audio on a few channels and it does a good job maintaining quality video recording while integrating audio recording with it. These DVRs are actually designed so you can use them as “Security control Centers’ somewhat. They also have 16 alarm inputs and 5 channels of alarm outputs (12 VDC relay) and the alarms can be integrated with the camera operation or to initiate totally separate devices. Meanwhile, you are not confined to one main monitor either. In our case, we use all three monitor output options, HDMI, VGA, and BNC. The HDMI has the added convenience of carrying sound so if you have a monitor with speakers or a newer LCD TV/monitor you can watch the video and listen to the audio through the same device. The DVR unit itself is 2U rack mountable and is large enough to support additional internal hard drives and/or a DVD burner. It can also use external “eSATA” hard drives and that’s good because if you were to record all 32 cameras simultaneously and continuously, 24/7, it would take about 8 Terabytes of storage for seven days of recording. My big favorite (as I imagine is also the favorite of many that own this system) is the remote access you can gain by using the Internet. All you have to do is plug the DVR into an Internet connection using a CAT5E cable and then follow the set up instructions (or call Security Camera King’s support staff for help) so you can eventually set it up to be accessed by your smartphone or a personal computer. You can even set the DVR up to e-mail you if a camera detects motion so you can monitor it as soon as you receive the notification. Finally, I am not a professional CCTV installer so I had a couple of stumbling points with the initial set up of our system. Security Camera King’s support department did an excellent job of addressing my needs and helped get me up and running fast. Those guys know their business, and I don’t think there is a security camera question that is too difficult for them. I have no problem rating this DVR at five stars.
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  Review by J. Dawson, Security Manager on Jul 29, 2013
We use this DVR at our racetrack/casino for general overview recording throughout the entire facility. We also use several Security Camera King 16 Channel DVRs. The reason why we use the 16 channel units versus a lesser number of 32 channel units is because the 16 channel units have loopouts so we can connect individual cameras to our multiple monitor bank.

Both Ultimate full size units work well, but since this review is on the 32 channel, I'll stick with that. The DVR doesn't seem to have any difficulty keeping up with the digital work load of recording D1 resolution on each of the 32 channels at 30 frames per second all at the same time. The recorded videos are smooth, clear, and color correct. We've had no problems making copies, transferring files, and burning DVDs. (We did not order the Internal DVD burner so that we could have maximum space for internal hard drives. We burn all of our DVDs externally by transferring the files to a computer and we have had no problems with this at all.)

Our security personnel find these DVRs to be easy to operate and control using the On Screen Display menu system. The internal programming of the DVR provides for plenty of options for configuration allowing the user to tailor design the shot they need. The mouse control capability of the DVR to manage OPTZ cameras is great for our use because it allows operation of the PTZ without the need to switch from mouse to controller board, so if any changes need to be made to the system while manually controlling the PTZs they can be done quickly and effortlessly. These are very good quality 32 channel DVRs that do a great job and I am sure that we will continue to obtain our security video equipment from Security Camera King in the future.
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