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Jose Malave - Sales Rep. | Toll Free: 866-573-8878 x116 | E-mail: email@example.com
We currently have some HD-CVI cameras which just came out. They have 720P resolution and, in my opinion, look just as great as megapixel IP cameras. HDCVI are better in my opinion because they have the great quality but can be used with analog cable. When using siamese cable, you can run them at lengths of up to 1600ft and you'll be able to control the OSD and hear the audio of the camera through the same cable. In an analog system, you'd have to run control cable as well as the video cable and a separate one for audio. Even better, the HD-CVI is around the same price as analog but you're getting comparable quality to IP cameras. You can find out more here if you're interested:
and here is an article written by our sales manager: http://www.securitycameraking......wave-cctv/
If you're looking for IP cameras, the benefit is that in the future when they come out with higher Megapixel cameras, your system will be able to support the higher resolutions with no issues. You can check out our IP cameras here to see the specs and decide which is best for you: http://www.securitycameraking......8-ctg.html
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August 12, 2013
I wanted to try and post my question on this thread as I am not having much luck with my previous thread where I requested the same scenario. When I purchased the items below, my assumption was that I could add a mic directly to the ip cam audio input jack on the pigtail of the ip cam and also a speaker (powered) directly to the audio out jack on the ip cam pigtail. Then, using the NVR or mobile app, I could listen and speak to the area that was near the cam I was connected to. On one thread I was told this would work with my existing equipment connecting directly to the cams audio in/out, other threads and videos I see on the site mention running mic and speaker feeds both back to the mic in and mic out BNC jacks of the NVR? The NVR is about 300' wire run from the ip cam location where I wanted to have bi-directional talk. I use a wireless bridge to link the cams and NVR from this location. It seem to only make sense to me that the cam would process the mic/speaker information back to the NVR though the network connection but maybe I just don't understand what the heck they are on the pigtail for??
I have bought many other pieces of equipment from you guys but the NVR and CAM shown below are the two I need to make work.
My question is this, how can I get 2 way (bi-directional) talk, using the mobile app (android), to work with the equipment shown below, again, they were bought from you guys directly.
Hope someone can help.
POWERED MIC: MIC
August 12, 2013
Mine do, see the post below and also the video on the website that shows they do.
The cam can be either POE or 12V, I have it wired POE
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