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Any American made security DVRs out there?

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Are there any American made DVRs for security cameras?
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Check out the offerings at www.apexcctv.com
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No response from the asker after my posted comment.
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I don't see anything specifically made in the US.
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I would think you would be hard pressed to find a totally "Made in the USA" DVR with all the internal components.
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ApexCCTV, who assembles, tests, and supports the system units is located in Texas.  AverMedia, who makes some of the DVR cards, is located in California.  This is all easy to search for.
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I guess I need to go through each company and google them.  The point of my post on here is so I don't have go digging for every answer I need.  The purpose of the community is to work together.  Experts is not here so we can all find our own answers.  Your response is like a slap in the face.  "This is all easy to search for."  Come on...  I post stuff here so I don't have to spend so much time on one thing.
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If I said "This is all easy to search for.", that is exactly what I meant - a few seconds to run a search. How long would it have taken to find out yourself? You are implying that we should do the work for you because you are unwilling to do it yourself. If you don't want to work with the experts to come up with a solution, fine, but don't expect us to be your slaves. You have to show that you're willing to do some legwork, too, and this is pure gruntwork.
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