A VCR uses a "RF" signal, where a TV uses a broadcast signal. The standard TV will not record from a security VCR. However, if the TV has a yellow "video in" jack on the back, this will work to record the VCR. You might need to buy a BNC to RCA adaptor at radio shack. Let me know if this does not work.
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You may be recording things that have inbuilt security. Some of the things you get on Sky or Cable have security programs built into them, so that they cannot be recorded. When you record them they either come up as a static picture, or the picture jumps around, or it has a line through it. It's usually pay per view items that have these problems.
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If you have the cameras being recorded by a vcr (tape) the answer is no. For you to have the ability to view full screen it must be recorded on a hard drive where all cameras can be recorded separately. This is not possible with a tape machine.
If you are hooking your cameras into the SMO-151qn then you can use the pigtail cable to connect to the Shr-1040. Make sure the video out from the SMO-151qn goes into the video in of the Shr-1040. If there is a choice
use CH1. On the Shr-1040 hold down the mode button and press CH2 for about 10 seconds. The Shr-1040 should reboot. Once it comes up press the record button. After recording for a feww minutes stop the recording. On the SMO-151qn press the button on the front Live/Vcr. You should see the screen from your Shr-1040. IF you hit play you should see what you recorded.