Scroll down for our selection of mini audio recorders and microphones for documenting verbal agreements, or other types of conversations. Please check with your local criminal code regarding the legal use of these products.
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USB Stick Grey Recorder
The newest version of the USB Memory Stick Recorder has improved memory, longer battery life and a new design and colour. In voice activated mode it can still last up to 25 days in standby mode. Battery life for continuous recording is now up to 20 hours.
Digital phone recorder 2.0
This is a pocket-sized audio recorder inside a durable zinc-alloy die cast fuselage. It has typical play/record abilities, as well as voice activation, landline phone connection, led display, support for 26 languages, and mp3 player functions. You can use it for dictation or connect it to a telephone outlet to record phone calls (landline not cell phone). Also includes rechargeable battery, earp buds, USB download cable and external microphone. 8GB memory can be expanded with up to 64GB sd card.
Yes, this pen does actually write, but it only contains about half the ink of a normal pen. The Pen Recorder can be used for most audio recording applications because of its size and functionality. This model has optional voice activation, discreet record button and long battery life. For other functions such as playback or changing settings, there is a remote control included, as well as a USB connector for downloading and deleting files.
Power Bank Recorder
This recorder has the same type of functions as the smaller USB and Pen recorders, most importantly voice activation, but it has a much longer battery life. One charge can last between 14 days and 150 days. That's right, I said 14 days not 14 hours. The design of the recorder is meant to look like one of those power bank batteries that people carry around in case their phone runs out of juice.
Telephone recording jack
A simple way to connect an audio recorder to a normal home phone line. One end of this cable plugs into a 3.5mm microphone jack on a recorder (any kind of tape or digital recorder that has such a microphone jack will work), while the other end plugs into a standard telephone jack in your wall. The cable contains the necessary filters to convert the signal in your telephone line into a simple audio feed for your recorder. This will not connect to a computer microphone jack, only to an audio recorder.
Please note that this cable only connects to a standard telephone line. It does NOT connect to any kind of VOIP (internet based) phone system, nor any kind of multi-line phone set up, and obviously not to a cell phone. The reason this cable is very popular, is because it will connect to any phone jack in the home, and still record every phone, including all cordless phones.
There is only one way to record every kind of phone, and that way is to use this little Earbud Microphone to record the call. Simply stick the bud in your ear like any other earbud, then hold the phone or handset up to that same ear, and it will be able to pick up both sides of your phone conversation relatively clearly. The other end of the Earbud Microphone would plug into the microphone jack of any normal audio recorder.