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I want to connect two monitor with 1 dvr

Actually I want to purchase which carry 8 channel audio n video line in and carry two video and audio out because what happen when I need to see 1 channel in full screen so other 7 channel will hide so I want if I want to see 1 channel in full screen that will display in my laptop where side by side I will capture in my laptop also

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SOURCE: Sci Atlanta 8300 DVR HD sound in HD channels soft - analog channels OK

Experience has shown that with this relatively new mode of transmission, audio levels can be quite dynamic. If your set provides it, you may try turning on "Audio Compress" or whatever the name might be. Could also be called Dynamic audio also or some such. Reason for all the hubbub is that along with HD, mixing engineers are also providing the most range for the audio dynamics as well the most video composition info in the new broadcasts...Accordianman.

Posted on Oct 11, 2007

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SOURCE: Audio on DVR recordings on non-digital channels squeals on playback

Try a system reset by unplugging the unit from all power, wait for 5 minutes and retry. This is an unusual problem...accordianman

Posted on Oct 15, 2007

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SOURCE: EasyCap Video Capture at Incredibaly Low Frame Rate

So is the capture 1 or 2?

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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SOURCE: kds laptop screen is not full display side to side top to bottom

that's in settings in control panel

Posted on Mar 02, 2008

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SOURCE: Sound is not recorded

Make sure that the your audio wiring is correct. The L&R audio cables from your VCR, etc should be connected to the red and white RCA jacks on the capture card cable. The small 3.5 mm phone jack from the capture card cable must then be plugged into your PC's line-in jack - usually blue. Then in the PVR application, select line-in as your source. This is necessary because the capture card only processes video. The audio signal is passed through to your PC.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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