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Re: Output to a TV
Yes. While making output on a TV monitor, the LCD monitor on the camera is turned OFF. Connect the A/V cable, supplied with the camera, to the A/V output connector on the camera and the input connector on the TV. Note: the camera has an NTSC signal if purchased in North America
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You don't. The USB connection on the camera is for connecting to a computer. Your camera should have an audio/video output and/or HDMI output, depending on the model. Use the appropriate cable(s) to connect the camera to the tv. The manual should give full details.
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After researching your camera model i do not see a output connection. Usually there is a output connection that will allow images to be displayed on another device such as devices containing rca or usb type connections for inputs.
it is neither clear what sort of output your cctv cameras produce, nor what sort of input your dvr accepts. but, for the most part, dvrs record digital tv signals, whereas cctv cameras output analogue signals. so, even though you may be able to plug a cctv camera "straight" into a tv via a scart connector, it is unlikely that any scart connectors on a dvr have the necessary circuitry to accept such signals.
Check that you have the right video cable first. It should have a plug with three contacts at the camera end and 1x black and 1x yellow plug at the other. Check that your camera is set to the correct video output for your region.(NTSC/PAL setting is found in the menu) To check the camera is working correctly, press the playback button to display an image on the lcd and then plug the cable in. If the screen does not blank the camera has not detected the cable being plugged in. A service centre would need to repair the connector or board if that is the case.
Thee shoiuld be an output on your camera usualy a special phono plug or RCA connectors, possiblly but not probably a coax connecor. Either of these could be hooked up to you TV. Check the manuual for outputs. Sometines they supply you with a special cable that has 3 RCA male coinnectors on it. That contains your 2 audio channels and a video output. There could be other combinations as well.