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GE DVR
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Usually $1100 to $1300 everywhere else online.

General Electric TruVision H.264 Digital Video Recorder (1 TB, 8-Channel) now $349 + S&H

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Product Highlights



3 year warranty
Supports Recording up to D1 Resolution
H.264 Compression
1-Button Video Archival
Alarm / Motion/ Time Based Video Search
USB 2.0 Port / Built-in CD/DVD Burner
Hot-swapping Support
Record Wizard
Remote Access & Configuration
Dual Streaming / Motion Detection
Bi-directional Audio

Video & Audio
Inputs 8 video inputs, composite BNC, NTSC/PAL compatible
Video Looping Manual Termination
Recording Rate/Resolution CIF, 2CIF, D1
Video Compression H.264
Watermarking Yes
Output Resolutions VGA & HD output resolutions: 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, 1280 x 1024)
Audio Channels 8 audio channels, line input
Bi-directional audio (1 channel), line output
Pre-alarm Up to 30 seconds
Video Recording Modes: Schedule, Motion, Alarm, continuous
Quality: 7 preset settings, Record Wizard, Expert Mode
Motion Detection Yes
Video Loss Detection Yes
Other Real-time Live on all video channels
12 x 16 grid array
Sensitivity
Adjustable trigger
Electrical
Power Source Internal power supply, Universal, Auto-switching, 100 - 240 VAC, 50/60Hz, 100W HT
Connectors
Main Monitor VGA, S-video & composite
Spot Monitor Composite BNC
Alarm I/O Terminal block, 3 output relays
Ethernet 10/100/1000 Ethernet
Uses RJ-45 connector
Output BNC / HD
Audio I/O Terminal block input, RCA output
RS-232C D-Sub 9 pin male connector
USB 2.0 port2, 2 front, 2 back
Video Input Composite BNC, (1 Vp-p), loop through
Software
Web Browser Easy to install ActiveX control in Web Browser
View live video, from 1 camera to all 8 cameras
Dual streaming enables low-bit rate for low-bandwidth networks
Search and playback video
Archive video to Client PC
Remote configuration. Easy to program DVR via Web Browser

Minimum System Requirements:
Intel-compatible PC, 700 MHz or faster
1 GB RAM or more
Windows XP, Vista & 7
IE 6.x, 7.x or 8.x
Video Player Play video that was archived from DVR on PC(Video Player does not require any components to be installed on PC)

Minimum System Requirements:
Intel-compatible PC, 700 MHz or faster
1 GB RAM or more
Windows 7, XP, Vista
Mechanical
Dimensions (WxHxD) 14.25 x 3.54 x 13.77" (36.2 x 9 x 35 cm)
2RU
Weight 12.12 lb (5.5 kg)

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DVR only. You have to supply cameras for it. Looks like a great unit for a great price if you only need a DVR.

No offense to GE stockholders, but what does this DVR do for (retail) $1,100; that can't be done with the typical cheapie brand ones that sell for <$200 at Newegg and elsewhere?

Example: 16 input, with 1T, $259
Example: 8 input, with 1T, $149

jaimelobo said:   No offense to GE stockholders, but what does this DVR do for (retail) $1,100; that can't be done with the typical cheapie brand ones that sell for <$200 at Newegg and elsewhere?

It sells for $1100. That alone should be enough for the stockholders.

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