An audio recorder has become a vital part of every paranormal investigators tool box. They are used to try and capture EVP (electronic voice phenomena) which is essentially a case where human-sounding voices are heard on a recording or in radio station noise and other electronic media.It is thought that these sounds or voices usually occur at a frequency out with the range of the human ear but can be captured on electronic devices. Some even believe that spirits can interact directly with the electrical fields imprinting messages directly to the device without making any outward earthly sound at all. Most people use the device in a question and answer technique scanning the blank space between questions for answers from beyond the grave after the session. That are also very useful for taking notes as an investigation proceeds, and identifying markers for events and environmental changes thought. A useful record of events to call upon after the event.
External input: Stereo earphone: 3.5mm stereo socket microphone: 3.5mm stereo socket , USB cable Battery (full charge): Recording: up to 20hours, playback: up to 13hours, Record times: SHQ(192kbps): 5520mins HQ(128kbps): 7680mins SP(64kbps): 16920mins for LP (32kbps): 33120mins. Frequency: 20HZ-20KHZ
Size 8.3cmmm x 3.5cm x 1.2cm
The device can also be used as an MP3 player and store music or sound effects to further enhance your experience. Ideal for experiments using the Singapore Theory, where recreating sounds or events from a bygone time are used to stimulate spirit activities.
The set includes: Mini Sized Digital Recording Device, Earphones, Usb Cable, User Manual, Supported systems: Mac or PC
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