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Lorex LH024501C2WB 4-Ch 500 GB ECO Blackbox 2 x 960H Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Security Camera System with Stratus Connectivity (Black)

Lorex LH024501C2WB 4-Ch 500 GB ECO Blackbox 2 x 960H Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Security Camera System with Stratus Connectivity (Black)

  • Lorex Stratus Connectivity - 3 step setup
  • Superior 960H Resolution - 34% More Detailed and Right-to-Life Images
  • Signal Guard Technology
  • Long Range Night Vision Range up to 135ft
  • High Gain Antennas Provide up to 165ft Indoor / 500ft Outdoor Wireless Range

View your world with the next generation of Lorex wireless security systems. Get the full benefit of recording to a high-capacity DVR with the flexibility of wireless cameras. No need to run video cables, simply plug the cameras into power, and experience right peace of mind with reliable wireless video you can view anywhere on your smartphone, tablet, PC, or Mac. Ideal for home or business security, this DVR system protects the things that matter most by recording vital events to a pre-installed 24/7 security grade hard drive.

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What customers say about Lorex LH024501C2WB 4-Ch 500 GB ECO Blackbox 2 x 960H Wireless Indoor/Outdoor Security Camera System with Stratus Connectivity (Black)?

  1. 36 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Known for non-Quality, September 17, 2014
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    Verified Buy(What's this?)
    The only thing i like is that it is wireless, the cameras are not that clear, they brag about the clarity, but unless you're two feet away, its not that clear... The cameras are huge, to compensate for the wireless radio inside it. The black box is alittle POS... Everytime i try the Live View, it usually does not connect until after the 5th try! And then i can watch something happen in reality and wont see it happen on the live view for sometimes another 1-2 minutes... and you dont recieve the box that is on the picture, not sure the recieved one is better or not? If i didnt already have it set up and cameras in odd places that are not worth messing with, I would try to get a refund. Atleast i would want better picture quality, but i dont have $100 per camera to replace them all with " Higher Quality Cameras"

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  2. 51 of 56 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    DON'T buy if you use 2.4GHz networking in your home or anywhere near anyone else's home! It will conflict and there is no fix!, September 6, 2014
    By 
    pete -

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    If you use a 2.4GHz anything in your home computing environment this system will cause it to have IP conflicts. Lorex says, go buy a dual band router and use 5Ghz or use their wired system. Gee, what if all your computers don't use 5GHz? Or worse, what if you knock your neighbor's computers offline with an IP conflict, well.... Lorex tech says you will have to tell them to go get a dual band router to fix their problem. Absolutely arrogant product development and complete junk if you cannot change something as simple as an IP address on an IP camera!!!!

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  3. 25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Massive 2.4GHz Destruction, but Works Well Overall., December 5, 2014
    By 
    Kyle Duan (San Jose) -

    Verified Buy(What's this?)
    A system with fantastic potential ruined by easily fixable issues.
    Installation
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    Installation was honestly simple, all I needed to do was plug in the DVR, Wireless Receivers, and Cameras, pair the cameras, and the cameras would be shown on the TV. The DVR requires an Ethernet cable if you want to have it send emails and have live feed on smartphones. It gives you the option of an HDMI cable or a VGA cable for show connectivity. My 4-Channel system has 4 ports for the receivers and is easily plugged in. The system also includes a mouse for the menus.
    Camera Installation
    ===============
    The camera was also installed honestly easily. I could pair the cameras by pressing the pair button on the receiver than the one on the camera. The camera includes mounting screws and the mount has some holes for the power cord. I did have to angle the antenna and the camera, but it has joints that can turn in nearly every direction.
    Features
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    The range isn't very far, but that's expected as the Lorex website says every time the signal has to pass a wooden wall, 10-30% of the signal can be lost. My house has lots of walls. The cameras also have infrared night vision that works very well. The largest issue is that the signal is a 2.4GHz signal that effectively knocked down my 2.4GHz wifi and forced me to buy a dual band router which fixed the issue. I can only guess it could also affect my neighbor's wifi. I believe this happens because the camera's 2.4GHz connection takes up all the bandwith in the channels. Lorex recommends you switch your router's channel, but that didn't improve my wifi. It also interfered with my Logitech G930 headphones, making them impossible to use unless you turn the cameras off. Other than this major issue, it works honestly well. The 960H resolution is honestly well, but gets kind of grainy at farther distances. The DVR has scheduled motion recording and 30fps recording. It can also stream 30fps to their app which is simple and works well.
    Summary
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    Pros:
    -Mostly Excellent Quality
    -Flexible Recording Options
    -Excellent Mounting Options
    -Wireless

    Cons:
    -Small Range
    -MASSIVE 2.4GHz interference
    -Loses Quality with Range

    This system works fantastic if you don't need precise recordings and are willing to buy or own a dual band router. It has excellent enough quality to distinguish faces and types of car, and is very flexible.

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