The 10 Best 16 Channel DVRs

Updated November 30, 2018 by Jeff Newburgh

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We spent 21 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top options for this wiki. Provide dependable security for a large home, place of business, or commercial property by investing in one of these 16-channel DVRs. Our selection includes powerful, easy-to-install systems, many of which come with companion cameras capable of activating upon detecting motion as well as displaying high-definition video to ensure you never miss any details. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best 16 channel dvr on Amazon.

10. Samsung Wisenet

9. Q-See QC9916-2

8. Tigersecu Super HD

7. Canavis Recorder

6. Smonet 4-in-1

5. Amcrest UltraHD

4. Lorex DV900 Series

3. Onwote Expandable

2. Zosi Hybrid

1. GW Security System

Editor's Notes

November 27, 2018: Included the GW Security System for its high-quality video compression technology and large storage capacity. Added the Onwote Expandable due to its built-in microphone and the Lorex DV900 Series for its prerecording function. The Amcrest UltraHD provides dependable infrared night vision, while its mobile app facilitates simultaneous viewing of all its cameras using a mobile device. Also decided to include the Q-See QC9916-2 due to its ability to map locations for motion activated alerts.


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Last updated on November 30, 2018 by Jeff Newburgh

A dedicated writer and communications professional spending his days lost in the intricacies of both proposal and freelance writing. When not sharing the knowledge of both fully and self-insured medical benefits to employer groups of all industries within California, Jeff Newburgh can be found at home spending time with his family and 3 dogs, pondering the next chew toy to be thrown, while kicking back and relaxing with a nice glass of red wine.


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