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Audio Surveillance Buyer's Guide

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With many different options for Audio Recording, you may be confused on which recorder you are actually needing! In this Buyer's Guide, we will go over the different types of Voice Recorders, common uses for audio recording, as well as industry terms to help you find the perfect solution.

STANDARD VOICE RECORDERS 

These units are not hidden voice recorders and are intended to be used when discretion is not needed. They generally have a plethora of advanced features such as VOX (Noise Activation), long battery lives and extra sensitive microphones.
Common uses include:
» Ideas & Memos
» Students
» Lectures
» Conferences
» Meetings

HIDDEN VOICE RECORDERS 

Hidden Voice Recorders are masters of stealth; containing no blinking lights, sounds or buzzing omitting from them which makes them completely undetectable. Their one touch operation makes them very easy to use which will help relieve stress in high tension situations, giving you peace of mind knowing you will never have to worry if the device is recording. The audio that is recorded can be listened to on a computer and saved for your permanent records.
Common uses include:
» Conferences
» Meetings
» Sexual Harassment
» Custody Disputes
» Work Place Disputes
» Bullying Disputes

CELL PHONE RECORDING 

Phone Recorders can be attached to a cell phone either by a Head Phone port or wirelessly via Bluetooth. Phone Recorders will record both sides of the conversation clearly. They are compatible with virtually any cell phone that has either a head phone port or Bluetooth adapter. They are easy to use and feature long battery life for recording long phone call conversations!
Common uses include:
» Harassment 
» Custody Disputes
» Work Place Disputes
» Bullying Disputes
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