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Yes of course, CCTV camera, or IP Camera can record audio, together with video image.
Nonetheless the two types of CCTV cameras; Analog CCTV camera, and IP CCTV camera record the sound in different manners.
Analog CCTV Camera
The audio input of the Analog camera is directly connected to the DVR (recording device). This means that between the DVR and the audio microphone, there is an Analog signal transmission. The digitalisation of the audio signal is done at the recorder level.
The limit on the number of microphones that can be installed in the system will depend on the number of audio input that is available on the DVR itself.
When it comes to installing CCTV system at a residential property, the most frequently asked question by many homeowners are whether they are allowed to install video surveillance system to monitor their helpers. Generally there is no issue in doing so, but before rushing into it, there are some factors to consider. This article shares a few pointers to note before making a decision to install CCTV system at your home.
Install out of Necessity Most homeowners would only look into surveillance if their helpers are engaged to take care of infants, toddlers or elderlies whom are incapable or unable to verbalise how they have been treated. Other cases such as suspicion of your helper stealing, spiking of food or doing other dodgy activities are also few factors that make homeowners choose to install CCTV System.
In today’s context, security and surveillance can be considered indispensable. CCTV systems provide the convenience and ease of monitoring the security of your property when you’re not physically around. Despite the advantages, it is not unusual that your CCTV systems may experience minor faults at times and it would be useful for you to be equipped with simple troubleshooting skills so you may diagnose the issue before engaging the professionals.
Our team has come up with a 3-step checklist to help you diagnose the fault of your system. Most CCTV Systems consist of three main components, 1) Camera, 2) Recorder, 3) Software. This article will equip you with the basic skills to diagnose the health of your system.