What Did You Say?

Here we are going to discuss different ways to record conversations so you have a record of them. There will be no more misunderstandings or ‘what did you say?’

But our first product is not a voice recorder in the typical sense. It is called the Sonic Super Ear Sound Amplifier because it amplifies the sounds you hear indoors or out by as much as 50 dB. It has premium stereo headphones with foam ear pads and is compatible with tape recording devices. It is great for concerts, meetings, lectures, sporting events or even bird watching or any event where you need to have sound amplification. It can be mounted directly to binoculars if you are outdoors. The sound boom swivels 180 degrees. The audio output jack can be used to record what you hear.

Then there is this Forus Brand Cell Phone Voice Recorder that can be used on cell phones including smart phones and iPhones. It can record up to 144 hours of audio using the 4 GB internal memory. The rechargeable battery has 20 hours of audio recording and 10 hours of playback on a single charge. It comes with a USB cable for recharging the battery. It features voice activation that helps preserve memory space.

Then this product is not a voice recorder in the typical sense. It is called the Sonic Super Ear Sound Amplifier as shown below because it amplifies the sounds you hear indoors or out by as much as 50 dB. It has premium stereo headphones with foam ear pads and is compatible with tape recording devices. It is great for concerts, meetings, lectures, sporting events or even birdwatching or any event where you need to have sound amplification. It can be mounted directly to binoculars if you are outdoors. The sound boom swivels 180 degrees. The audio output jack can be used to record what you hear.

Sonic Super Ear
Sonic Super Ear

One cool way to record audio covertly is this Fake Fitness Band Voice Recorder. With the popularity of fitness bands today no one would expect that their conversation would be recorded with this 4 GB Fake Fitness Band voice recorder that has a built-in microphone that can record and save up to 70 hours of audio on 4 GB of internal memory. The fitness band adjusts to fit most wrists and uses an easy one touch button operation. It has a battery life of 20 hours and can be recharged using the included USB cable. The fine product has a lifetime manufacturer’s warranty.

Our last way to record conversations is with this Voice Recorder w/ Long Life Battery that is 4.3″ x 1.3″ x 0.5″ in size. It uses of 3.7 V lithium polymer rechargeable internal battery and has a life of 153 hours of continuous recording. The storage capacity of 16 GB is one of the biggest in the industry. It uses voice activation recording with a built-in microphone, speaker and has a wireless microphone for remotely recording up to 300 feet away.

We have 13 different Voice Recorders to fit just about any need. You’ll never have to say ‘what did you say’ again.

What is your experience with voice recorders? Have you ever used one? If not, why not? Please share your thoughts with us!