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Q-see QSDT4PCRC DVR Video Capturing Device

Q-see QSDT4PCRC DVR Video Capturing Device
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5 reviews

Feb, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews of Q-see QSDT4PCRC DVR Video Capturing Device. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.7/5 for other Digital Video Recorders (DVR) for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 80/100.

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Consumer review by: Howie (

It could be SSOOO much better


i am seriously thinking about returning this purchase for another competing product that might not have as good of a hardware capability, but at least the operating software will be up to the standard. i might consider to keep it if there's a way to...

This product could be SSSOOOOO MUUUCHHH better had it not for its poor software development. the card itself has all the right capabilities. the fact that it encodes in H-264 in real-time is the #1 selling point for me. And it has 120fps of maximum...

now onto the real problem. THE SOFTWARE is poor. in fact it's poorer than poor. it's cumbersome to use. it's intrusive in a way that you have to have it open for it to record. ideally, programs like this should be able to automatically startup with the...

Aug, 2011

Consumer review by: N/A (

Q-See QSDT4PCRC 4 x BNC (Software Compression) H264 Real Time Recording PC Based Network DVR PCI Card


Worked great, easy install and setup

Wasnt the card pictured but it was still what i ordered

Feb, 2011

Consumer review by: Remington (

Decent, low-cost security solution


I installed a cameras at both front and back door due to a rash of violent home invasions in my city. Cameras are great, but remember: " When seconds count, the police are only minutes away."

Easy installation. Stable software. Solid Reliability.Used this card to build a dedicated security DVR. I am monitoring 2 wireless cameras-one is a 2.4ghz, and the other a 900mhz. I believe the use of 2 bands reduces the problem of interference. Still,...


Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: Angry Hobo (



This is an update ; I guess newegg updated the photo to show the actual card instead of the cables. Thanks

Makes my 1st review look dumb

May, 2010

Consumer review by: Angry Hobo (

Reliable card, wrong photo!


DO NOT, repeat, DO NOT buy wireless cameras. Why? The motion detection is based on the image being captured by the camera. If there is any change in the pixels of user-selected hotspots, the motion sensor will be triggered and logged. With this being...

1. This is an actual DVR PCI card, not a bunch of cables like the photo shows! (google the part # to see the right product) ; 2. This card DOES WORK under Win 7 x64. Disregard those reviews that claim that "there are no drivers for x64 ; 3. customer...

The friggin SuperDVR (where you see your cameras) window is unmovable!!! I got a dual monitor desktop, i was planning to have my dvr 24/7 on my small screen why I use the big one (primary). The SuperDVR is unmovable. It is permanently attached to your...

May, 2010