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LaView LV- KDV1804B6BP Complete 8 CH 960H Security DVR System w/ 500GB HDD Easy DIY 4 Infrared Surveillance Cameras

Item #: 9B-81-183-010  |  Mfr. Part #: LV-KDV1804B6BP-500GB
$301.99 Save: $80.00 (26%)
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  • 960H H.264 Dual-Stream Video Compression
  • HDMI/VGA/BNC Output
  • 600TVL, 3.6mm Lens, Day/Night, IP66
  • Wide Operating Temperature Range: –40°F to+140°F
  • Free App–SkyView Cam:Live View & Playback

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    Top Favorable Review

    Excellent Value System

    After all this the quality is better then I expected for this price. Overall I am quite satisfied with the whole package. Cameras are plastic but I don't plan on throwing them around too much. Bought this after deciding a $500-$1000 HD system ... Read more
    — Brandon P. 9/28/2014

    Top Critical Review

    Received Refurbished Claiming Brand New

    Avoid buying Surveillance Camera from LaView. Especially buying a brand new one. I bought this one, It says brand new but when I received it. It's look refurbished to me. I called them and they claim that they usually open it and put a HDD on ... Read more
    — ZENER G. 1/13/2015

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    Kit Solution
    Camera Type
    Analog Camera
    Camera inputs
    8 Channel
    Video Input
    BNC x 8
    Video Output
    BNC x 1, VGA x 1, HDMI x 1
    Audio Input
    RCA x 1
    Audio Output
    RCA x 1
    Max Resolution
    720P (1280 x 720) or Lower
    Display Frame Rate
    WD1 / 4CIF / 2CIF @ 15 fps;CIF / QCIF @30 fps (N)
    Recording Compression
    H.264 Level
    Storage Capacity
    500GB HDD
    Backup Device
    2 x USB 2.0
    Serial Connectors
    1 x RS-485 interface, half-duplex


    Network Connection
    1 x RJ45 10M / 100M Ethernet interface


    8ch DVR + 4x600 TVL Cameras + 500GB Harddrive included + 4x60ft siamese video cable and power + Splitter Cable + CMS + remote monitoring + mobile App + 1 year warranty

    Includes 4 high resolution 600TVL cameras with superior night vision up to 65ft for indoor or outdoor use

    Plug and forget by continuous recording from 8 cameras up to 30 days on a 500GB surveillance grade hard drive, extend longer with motion detection triggered recording

    Save time and energy to feel secure with easy view and store incident videos to external USB back up storage

    View all cameras live or playback in high resolution on your monitor through VGA, BNC, or HDMI connection

    Control at your fingertips with live view and playback surveillance in your palms via 3G/4G enabled Smartphones, tablets, PCs, Macs, and set email notifications


    Bundled Camera Number
    Bundled Camera Spec
    Image Sensor: 1/3" sensor
    Signal System: NTSC/PAL
    Effective Pixels: 720 (H) x 480 (V )
    Min. Illumination: 0.1 Lux @ (F1.2,AGC ON),0 Lux with IR
    Shutter speed: PAL: 1/25 s to 1/15,000 sNTSC: 1/30 s to 1/15,000 s
    Lens: 3.6 mm
    Angle of view: 68.4 degree
    Lens Mount: M12
    Angle Adjustment: Pan: 0 - 360 degree, Tilt: 0 - 90 degree, Rotation: 0 - 360 degree
    Day & Night: IR cut filter with auto switchVideo Outputa: 1Vp-p composite output (75Ohm/BNC)
    S/N Ratio: More than 52 dB
    Camera Horizontal Resolution

    Customer Reviews of the LaView USA LV-KDV1804B6BP-500GB

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    4 out of 5 eggs Based on 3 Reviews

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    • ZENER G.
    • Verified Owner

    1 out of 5 eggs Received Refurbished Claiming Brand New

    Pros: Nothing!

    Cons: Avoid buying Surveillance Camera from LaView. Especially buying a brand new one. I bought this one, It says brand new but when I received it. It's look refurbished to me. I called them and they claim that they usually open it and put a HDD on it. So you are not really buying a brand new product. I want to return it but my father decided not to since we really not one at that time. Guess what? After almost 6 months of used. It is now broken. The DVR box most of the time it's malfunctioning. HDD now failed, one of the camera's motion sensor is no longer working. I complain and requested a exchange. They will only exchange it if you ship it at your own expense. So, a piece of advise. Do not buy this product. We wasted almost $300 dollars and now broken only after almost 6 months of use. Their CS is sucks too. Most of the time it's not available. Avoid buying their products!

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    Manufacturer Responses:

    Dear customer, Thank you very much for purchasing LaView products. All LaView products are brand new out of the factory. If you are unsatisfied with the product you received, we offer a one-year warranty for all products, including recorders and cameras. Our tech support team will be more than happy to assist you with product exchange and troubleshooting. Our Technical Support team is available from 9 AM to 6 PM Pacific Standard Time PST, Monday through Friday to help you resolve technical issues. Please call our team at 626-289-4988 or email us at Best, LaView team

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    • Brandon P.

    5 out of 5 eggs Excellent Value System

    Pros: After all this the quality is better then I expected for this price. Overall I am quite satisfied with the whole package. Cameras are plastic but I don't plan on throwing them around too much.

    Bought this after deciding a $500-$1000 HD system is not practical for a home setup in a good neighbourhood. Be warned the system is capable of 960H, but the cameras are only good for D1 resolution (704x480) I do like that you can buy 960H cameras to add on, perhaps use better ones in more important areas. I really like that these should work in extreme cold weather, but time will tell as winter has not arrived yet.

    Cons: Can be difficult to fully setup for non technical people. See below for me troubleshooting.

    Bottom Line: Notes to help other with installation and setup. First, the networking to view remotely is not as easy as they make it sound. I suspect the average person will have issues as most people do not get static IP addresses. I manually set a static internal IP on the DVR ( for example). I forwarded all 3 ports on TCP in my ASUS router for that IP address. I still had trouble connecting and realized my ISP has a modem-router combo, so I had to forward those ports to the internal IP of my ASUS router on that router (can be confusing for some). I then signed up and setup a free DDNS service through No-IP and put the settings for that in my DVR.

    I tried connecting using the app on my Android phone using the DDNS address I made and could not connect. I tried it on my computer at home and also could not connect. I was perfectly able to connect by putting in the IP address ( of the DVR into my web browser (Chrome). I then realized that you cannot connect to the DVR through a DDNS address when you are connected through the same network the DVR is on (might have something to do with the port forwarding). I turned off the wifi on my phone and was then able to connect to the DVR using my DDNS address. I then made another device on my phone app to connect internally at home, by using the internal IP address of the DVR. So now I just use one when at home and the DDNS address when I am away.

    Lastly is the camera settings on the device and the connected devices. This took some trial and error, and was about to return it because of the atrocious quality when remote viewing. Setting the cameras and all settings for the matter for the DVR, are easier to do through a web browser connected computer. Under camera settings and video setting, I set the resolution to 704x480, bitrate type to constant, frame rate to 8 (can do 30, but it will use a lot more memory on the hard drive and you will not get very many days of recording), max bitrate to 3072 (max available), and applied it to all cameras. The remote viewing was still terrible, and realized devices default to something called sub stream, which is designed to use very little bandwidth. This may be a good option if you have a bad upload rate on your home network, or are very limited on mobile data. I do not have those problems so I had to change each device you use to connect to use main stream instead of sub stream. On the web browser version, it is under local configuration. On the app, you have to do this for each device, and if you have more than one as I do to use the app on the same network as my DVR, you still need to set each of these too. It is the 4th icon from the left on the bottom after you successfully connect to the device (square window with diagonal lines through it), then go into custom and change stream type to main.

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    • Brian S.
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggs Great do it yourself CCTV!!

    Pros: I was looking for an affordable yet high quality all in one unit to monitor my home after a recent break in. A friend who has been doing CCTV installs for years suggested these all in one units for your average joe home setup. I was very happen with the amount of wire and the simple user setup this system offered. I have a 2000 square foot home and placed the DVR in the center of the house in my master bedroom closet. I was able to get every corner of my home wired without issue with the cables provided.

    Cons: Without the help of my friend I would have never understood the best choices for quality control for my recordings. You will not get 30 fps recording at the 960h setting on all 4 cameras, much less 8!! With his help I was able to tweak the settings to get good quality recording on all the cameras based on priority. Thank you to google as the manual had little to no help in this department. He made it very clear to me that you have to spend alot of money to get high frame rates and quality on all cameras when it comes to CCTV DVR units.

    Bottom Line: At the end of the day just tell yourself if you truly want to capture a flea on a dogs rear ($500-$1000) or just give off the "Your being watched" vibe ($150-$250). I am happy with this middle ground that I have created for my home. I can see what is going on at any time and have a much better feeling that this will deter a criminal from even trying to break in.... again.

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