CCTV Microphone Security Outdoor Microphone Audio Microphone Tiny CCTV Surveillance Microphone RCA Microphone DVR with High Sensitive Preamp Amplified Pickup Device Mic for External Camera Sound
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My apologies for the delay in responding to In this case, you will need a separate power supply since the cat6 cable carries the power for the camera only. *br> I agree. In the DC12V 0 range, for example. It is also possible to take the power from another power connector if the camera has one. In most cases, it does happen.
Chris Miller, thank you very much for your kind * The red power cable is attached to the wall. For audio, there is a white RCA. *** The black cable plugs into the camera to power it. The black cable on this microphone is not used if you are not using a camera. The mic is designed to be used with a camera plus a DSLR.
Hi Dear, that is a great question, thank you for asking it. It is automatic to adjust the level of sensitivity. To turn up the volume, turn the knob clockwise.
Using a separate audio RCA connection from the microphone to whatever you are listening to or recording, it will run as an audio line into whatever you are listening to or recording. It is powered from the same 12v source the camera is powered from Please accept my sincerest thanks for your assistance.
Selected User Reviews For CCTV Microphone Security Outdoor Microphone Audio Microphone Tiny CCTV Surveillance Microphone RCA Microphone DVR with High Sensitive Preamp Amplified Pickup Device Mic for External Camera Sound
The Sunba PTZ camera was the focus of my work. The camera mounted on the Sunba 605 ethernet connect had a built-in microphone and was enabled to take a 1080p PTZ camera. We placed the camera and microphone in a backyard so we could listen to the animals that congregate As far as the microphone's performance is concerned, I was able to observe the following The following are key points to remember By connecting the microphone with the included connectors to the audio and power connectors on the Sunba camera, I was able to view and listen to video and audio on a network video recorder connected to an The following are key points to remember Although noise was created digitally in the audio, it was not as noticeable as it could have been. A digital noise source was used, not the hiss of pink noise suggesting a microphone amplifier noise floor. The following are key points to remember It did not occur to me to trouble shoot the cause of the digital noise, however the noise was so strong that it was louder than the ambient outside noise, thus useless as a microphone. The following are key points to remember Besides the microphone, I wanted to mention the following Due to the fact that the channel was not setup to accept audio as well, it apparently shared the bandwidth with the control of the camera. As a result, the PTZ was not nearly as responsive as it could have been without the audio.
We can hear clearly within 70' of the speaker, but we have to turn the sensitivity down. had to wrap the mic wire with a piece of electric cooper wire so that it would stand still. In most cases, the microphone is mounted above the eaves of the house so that it is protected from the It is not known what the weather will be on the east coast during the winter. I feel like I can't go wrong with this price, so far so good.
I connected the microphone to a short-range FM transmitter and listened on an FM As soon as I put the microphone within a few feet of the radio receiver and increased the sensitivity, I got loud feedback and had to It picked up small planes circling in the area and bird chirping when I placed the microphone and transmitter outside. Because I positioned the transmitter's antenna so that it was as far away from static as possible, there wasn't much static. In a lot of this testing, it was the transmitter that mattered. It was quiet, so I was unable to test how well it captured normal conversational sounds at ten feet or further away from the microphone. If I placed the microphone on top of a stereo speaker, it did not matter whether it was 2 inches or 10 inches from the speaker. It was a good price, so I can't complain.
While there is some hum, it can be heard from maybe 20 to 30 feet away, which is fine for my purposes. The seller tried to make me feel guilty for my original honest review, making all kinds of untrue claims. I'm not really sure if it will last, but I hope it does last. In case we have trouble with this, I'll post an update. *
br>br> --__------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I tried this product on April 28th and it did not work. Following that, I checked the settings on my DVR and made sure it was set correctly. My voice could finally be faintly heard because I was speaking directly into the microphone. Furthermore, there is a lot of background noise. I have tried adjusting the pre amplifier gain, but my adjustments did not work. It is being refunded as there are lots of great reviews here, but I had a bad experience.
I like one thing about the software and that is the knob that adjusts the sensitivity. Here is what you have to do to connect an IP camera with external audio, in case anyone is reading this in the future and tries to connect one It is DW Spectrum from Digital Watchdog that I am using for my NVR. In order to record audio, I had to purchase one of their cameras with audio capability. The finding out how to make it work was a nightmare that took a considerable amount of time. This was mostly on their end, since no one knew the specs of the camera or how to hook it up to the microphone. My IP camera had a POE switch powering it, and my IP camera was controlled by a POE switch and had an RCA input for a microphone, speaker and power. As far as I could tell, the only way I was able to make the microphone work was by following the following steps Please note that. Passive POE Injector Splitters should be connected to both ends of the Ethernet Please note that. Connect the POE Injector Splitter to a power source. Please note that. You can connect the microphone to the power end of the POE Injector Splitter. Please note that. You will need to plug the microphone RCA cable into the camera's microphone cable. In the camera case, I did not have a way to daisy chain power from the POE Injector Splitter to the camera since the camera already had power coming from a POE Switch running over the same ethernet line. *br / *br.
I purchased this as a replacement microphone for the one that came with my Chinese PTZ camera and lasted only a short time. I have so far had no issues with it holding up against the elements, especially heavy rain. I love how small it is and how stealthy it is. At this price point, the sound quality and sensitivity are much better than you would expect from a product in this class. The G is what I'm using with it. It was much easier to adjust the input level on the camera than mess around with the mic's gain screw since it uses the 726 codec (8kHz sampling rate). The noise level is low enough for me to clearly hear the first crickets of the season and even things like a plastic tarp gentle flapping in the wind. I may cover the adjustment screw with electrical tape in the future to make sure that water and dirt do not get in. An integral part of a CCTV system is the ability to hear ambient noise such as cars and birds clearly. Having fallen victim to a recent downpour, it has now died. Only recently have I was able to start using it, so two stars are being deducted from it.