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An invaluable device for every private investigator and private detective is this landline telephone recorder which will allow them to record essential evidence from each conversations in an investigation, when connected to a landline socket. It's perfect for long term surveillance of telephone calls, recording up to 280 hours of conversation, or to back up a private investigator’s or private detective’s own calls. A separate battery pack is also available.

A truly useful feature of the device is that it only records the sounds from the telephone line and not random sounds in the room. This ensures that the recordings are of top quality, which is vital to any investigation a private investigator or private detective undertakes, as evidence wants to be clear without background noise to stop confusion. The landline telephone recorder also comes with an added external microphone, using a lead a metre in length, so the device may be deployed in a range of scenarios. To play back the recordings, earphones can be plugged in to listen to the evidence, which are supplied using the device, or perhaps a private investigator or private detective can listen through a PC with out the require for software, as a computer will recognise it as a flash drive USB.

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