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Offering the best in analog resolution, the QT5716 premium DVR recordings in high quality 960H resolution. This state-of-the-art resolution offers a larger, truer image for added clarity and recognition. With clearer images, you'll be confident that if your dog wonders off or an intruder wonders in a reliable Q-See system will be there to capture it all. This DVR is also ready to cover any high traffic or vulnerable area. A total of 16 channels allow you to add up to 16 cameras to create your own arsenal of protection. Monitor front and back doors or even multiple business locations. Trust Q-See to help protect what matters most.
I absolutely love this product
I absolutely love this product. I used a qsee product about 7 years ago that was a standard DVR w/ 4 cameras and it worked really well. So in my new house I got the 16 camera. I installed them over Christmas 2014 and they have been working perfect since.
Fits my needs.
I just finished installing this. I received grey gun metal colored cameras instead of the claimed black. That is a non-issue for me as I don’t care to much about color. I would have preferred neon green, pink, yellow, orange, etc… I would rather the garbage humans see them and go to the next house…
Cheap. Simple setup. Good record quality.
Cheap. Simple setup. Good record quality. Good motion features. Having issues with more than one person at a time logging on remote. IT DOESN’T work! The Android app for this glitches and you can’t setup the default view for more than 4 cameras by default, and changing to 16 channels it always warns that the performance will be reduced. I have been doing surveillance installs for over 10 years and normally I recommend GEOVISION because of the tech support and the quality, but sometime the price keeps it out of the purchase budget for some. For an average home owner this unit would be snap to install and setup. It works for the most part as advertised. If you want 2.1mp record quality though this will be close, but going with a NVR and higher resolution cameras you will get more bang for your buck.
They work great. I did have to buy extra cable due …
Have been using in my 2 story restaurant for several months now. They work great. I did have to buy extra cable due to one of my cameras being very far from the DVR (purchased 100′ cable), night vision and day vision both work fantastic. I have not used the email function, so I can’t say whether or not that is good/useful, but I do use the android app that lets me view the cameras live on my Galaxy Note 4, and I love it! Can keep an eye on the business while I’m out of town or see whats going on upstairs at the bar when I’m too busy to go up and look first hand. Price is affordable, so even if some of the other reviews are correct (that the cameras quit working in time), it won’t cost much to update or replace anything that does go bad. Having a background in security management, I know what cameras CAN cost when you buy from a commercial dealer, and having seen the results of both these inexpensive units and the several thousand dollar ones, I would definitely go this route again! Good purchase, buy with confidence.
good stuff but its not for total techno-boob
great stuff. not plug and play. You need to be familiar with port forwarding and static VS dynamic IP address . My internet service provider is constantly changing our ISP address and I have to redo the port forwarding every few months to be able to use the “remote viewing” . I think if I had a decent Internet Service Provider, then this system would be solid. I live in a small town where the cable company is also our internet service… yes that small of a town….. I have been using Q-see for approx 8 years . Systems typically last me 3 years of 24-7 use. Company grew too fast and tech support lags. I am NOT a techie so it is challenging for me.
Love hate/relation here
Love hate/relation here. Bought this unit to upgrade from the 8 camera QS408 model. Love the 16 camera ability. Hate the fact that it only has two audio inputs (cameras 1 &2) instead of 16. Hate that is primarily mouse driven and you can’t use the remote to quickly select a individual camera (must use mouse) unlike the QS408. Love the 3 GB HD capability, but would have been nice if the supplied 1GB HD had actually worked. Had to replace it with the one from my QS408 unit in order to be able to record (RMA request submitted for failed HD)). Also hate that Q-See still hasn’t got the clue that not all of us like Window IE (any version) and would like to see them include support for other browser like Firefox or Chrome. Hint, Hint.
Review Of Q-See Analog QT5716-1 IP Surveillance System