Telephone call recorders can come in many different shapes and sizes. Some are standalone devices, that are simply used for only recording phone calls. Other telephone call recorders are also standalone voice recorders, allowing you to capture audio recordings wherever you go.
Some phone call recorders, like the Miniature Telephone Call Recorder are standalone devices that even have a built-in speaker, which means you don't need a computer or any other device to play back your recordings.
Who is Using Telephone Call Recorders:
- Parents or homeowners who want to keep records of calls
- Employers who want to monitor employee call performance
- Law enforcement and police
- Customer service call centers
- Lawyers who need to keep records of all calls
Frequently Asked Questions about Telephone Call Recorders:
How easy is it to set up these to record telephone calls?
Setting them up is very easy. With most of the telephone call recorders, you are simply connecting the device in between your telephone wall outlet and the telephone.
How can I play back the recordings?
Playing back the recording depends on the device, but most of the recorders have a built-in speaker, which allows you to play back the recordings without having to transfer the files anywhere. Some of the recorders also come with headphones, allowing you to play back the recordings discreetly, if needed.
Can I save the recordings to my computer?
Absolutely. With a device like the 560 Hour Audio and Telephone Call Recorder, you can simply plug the device directly into your computer's USB port. With other recorders, you can connect it to your computer via a USB cable, or even remove the memory card (if applicable) and insert that into your computer.
Are any of these devices Macintosh compatible?
Yes. Just look for the "Macintosh compatible" designation on the product page. Also, any of the recorders that use SD or Micro SD recordings (like the Miniature Telephone Call Recorder) can be used with a Mac, simply by inserting the card into your Mac's card reader.