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Lorex: Get $300 Off the 4K Ultra HD IP 8-Channel System with 6 Outdoor Cameras with Code - Free Shipping. Valid through 12/3

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Lorex Technology is offering the 4K Ultra HD IP 8-Channel System with 6 Outdoor Cameras for $674.99 with code CYBERDEAL. Originally $974.99. Free Shipping. Valid through 12/3.
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Waiting for the 4k set that can connect to smart tv
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Waiting for the 4k set that can connect to smart tv
Hi Parad

You can connect this to a SmartTV.. even a normal TV... has a HDMI connector and iirc 4K output
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Mat, is this the best deal for 4k Poe right now or should I wait?
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Mat, is this the best deal for 4k Poe right now or should I wait?
Hi MeatballsJones,

Best deal? - hard to say, as "best" will vary based on what you need / want.

I personally like a higher tier NVR models and IVS features... but that will run you more
Others like Blue Iris on a windows PC...

Also I like Costco as a vendor..

So try to determine what is most important for yourself.

I like that they cameras have the 1/1.8" sensors - and as they follow IP standards well, you can always upgrade to a PC running VMS software to get some of the IVS style features. So good for future upgrades if you want down the road.

I think this kit is a good choice.. nothing really perfect, so you'll need to find what you're willing to spend and what features you think you'll like.
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You can connect this to a SmartTV.. even a normal TV... has a HDMI connector and iirc 4K output
Thanks for the feedback but my NVR is located in the garage. Hard-wiring it to the tv in the living room is not a good option. The best option is to pay for the smart system and stream wirelessly.
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Thanks for the feedback but my NVR is located in the garage. Hard-wiring it to the tv in the living room is not a good option. The best option is to pay for the smart system and stream wirelessly.
Hi Parad,

Did you wire your media center location with cat6 ethernet drops yet?
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FYI - I found these useful for running cat5e/6 cables..

3/16 In. X 33 Ft. Fiberglass Wire Running Kit
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https://www.harborfreight.com/3-1...65326.html
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Thanks for the feedback but my NVR is located in the garage. Hard-wiring it to the tv in the living room is not a good option. The best option is to pay for the smart system and stream wirelessly.
There should be a way to WiFi stream from an NVR to any HDTV in your house.

I would think that you could plug the NVR into a WiFi repeater with an Ethernet jack, yes?
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