Can You Hear Me Now?
Do you remember the old commercial from a cell phone manufacturer that was based on the question “can you hear me now?” It became so overused that it was annoying. But today we’re asking that same question but in a different context because we’re talking about listening and recording devices.
All listening and recording devices these days are digitized which means they are smaller than ever before. We remember back in the day, a tape recorder was about as small as full-sized book-in other words-not too small! Nowadays recording and listening devices are small-so small that many of them can be used as covert recording devices.
Some of them are meant to record phone calls, some others do not have that capability. So you have to be careful and know what you want before you take the plunge and buy one.
In today’s article we will take a look at four of the most popular recording/listening devices that we carry. That way you will have more information about them to make an informed purchasing decision.
First on our list of popular recording devices is this Spy Camera DVR and Voice Recorder that can record photos or video and up to 75 hours of audio on 4 GB of internal memory.
Next we are looking at is a Flash Drive Recorder that has 4 GB of internal memory to store approximately 70 hours of audio using voice activated technology to avoid wasted space or dead time. It has a built-in microphone and speaker and a 15 hour constant recording battery life. This product has a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty.
This product is one of our personal favorites. It is an Amplified Listening Device which allows you to amplify hearing either indoors or outdoors. It can provide up to 50 or more decibels of ambient sound amplification with a maximum output of 107 dB. It enables you to hear with great clarity, sounds that otherwise may go unnoticed. It has a protective foam windscreen and can be mounted directly to binoculars or you may attach it to a pocket or belt for hands-free use. The audio output jack can be used to record what you hear. This product is great for bird-watching, sporting events, concerts, lectures and meetings.
And last on our list is this Flash Drive And Recorder that can be used both as an audio recorder and a USB flash drive. It is a great product for college students to save files and record lectures or for private investigators to discreetly record conversations because it looks just like a USB flash drive. No wires are needed to set it up or programs to download to enable it. It records up to four hours on a single battery charge, and a 4 GB memory can store 40 hours of audio recordings.
Whether you’re looking for covert or overt listening/recording devices we have one that will suit your needs.
Do you use any covert or overt recording/listening devices? Please share your experience. We want to hear your thoughts.