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Audio USB Recorder

AUD101065

  • $ 7000


Record in a Flash!

Looks like a standard USB flash drive, but it is not. This USB drive has a built-in microphone and recorder in it. Its discrete design makes recording easy at any time and an ideal audio recorder if you need portability and discretion.

This USB drive audio recorder can record audio and conversations even when plugged in to charge and recording is a simple one button operation. Anyone can use it and it is easy to use on the fly.

This item is a great addition for private investigators, law enforcement personnel, business professionals, and students. Small, portable and effective, you can use this USB audio recorder to gather evidence, have a record of business transactions, review class notes and more.

  • Super easy to use!
  • Self-charging and built-in charging battery
  • Can Record even while Charging
  • Up to 15 hour of recording time per charge!
  • Up to 70 hours of recording capability 
  • Time and date stamp your recordings**
  • Sound activated recordings!

NOTE: *Surreptitious third-party interception of conversations is illegal under federal law. It is the buyer's responsibility to check state and local restrictions on recording your own two-party conversations.*

Audio Recorder Features:

  • Super easy to use!
  • Self-charging and built-in charging battery
  • Can Record even while Charging
  • Up to 15 hour of recording time per charge!
  • Up to 70 hours of recording capability 
  • Time and date stamp your recordings**
  • Sound activated recordings!

Recorder Technical Specifications:

    • Recording Time: 70 hours
    • Memory: 4GB of internal memory
    • Battery life: 15 hours
    • Audio Quality: 128 Kbps
    • File format: wav
    • Drive format: Fat 32
    • Operating systems: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Mac, Linux
    • **Time and date setting can only be completed with a PC
    • Weight: ½ oz
    • Dimensions: 2½" x 1" x ½"

    NOTE: *Surreptitious third-party interception of conversations is illegal under federal law. It is the buyer's responsibility to check state and local restrictions on recording your own two-party conversations.*

     


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