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What type of monitor can I use? Can I use my TV?
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Matt Stetson
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I have a nice big screen TV, can I connect this to my DVR or NVR?

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Matt Stetson
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Absolutely!   All of our DVRs and NVRs have the ability to connect to many different types and kinds of displays. The NVRs have HDMI and VGA outputs, and the DVRs have the same VGA and HDMI but also have a BNC output which can go to any display equipped with a composite or analogue input.  You may need an adapter like a BNC-Female to RCA-Male to accomplish this, but it should work just fine.  Just a heads up, the composite input on most televisions is a yellow-ringed circular RCA-female port.  

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In using my wall mounted TV about half of the screen is cut off.  On Line chat suggested I change the horizontal/vertical alignment of the TV.  But that screws up the TV picture for everything else.  Any suggestions?  Tom

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Can you tell us the resolution of the TV set both Vertical and Horizontal and also what connection are you using for the DVR output and the TV input please?

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