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USB Telephone LINE Record Adapter

Mfg.Part: LRX-37C-USB | CDW Part: 2829593 | UNSPSC: 43191621
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Product Details
  • Automatic Gain Control
  • Records all Telephones Connected to the Same Analog Phone Line
  • Detachable USB A
  • B 6 ft. cable (Included)
  • Multi-color LED Mode Indicator
  • CE/FCC Approved
  • Recording Software Not Included
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Main Features
  • Automatic Gain Control
  • Records all Telephones Connected to the Same Analog Phone Line
  • Detachable USB A
  • B 6 ft. cable (Included)
  • Multi-color LED Mode Indicator
  • CE/FCC Approved
  • Recording Software Not Included

Engineered with the latest in recording adapter technologies, the LRX-37USB is your quick-audio connection from you Analog telephone line to your PC or Mac. It’s easy to install. The LRX-37USB can be quickly connected to your telephone and your computer’s port. Once connected, the LRX-37USB provides clear, crisp audio documentation of all your recorded telephone conversations. You don’t have to worry about omissions, oversights, inaccuracies, mistakes and misunderstandings.

VEC LRX-37C - tele-recorder adapter is rated5.00 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The LRX-37C works well with the microphone input of a computerWorks with the microphone input of a computer and does not require additional gain. The input volume of the microphone should be set at nearly no additional gain. (Works with Audacity recorder)The only feature missing from this product is the "ON-HOOK MUTE".When the phone is "OFF-HOOK" the DC voltage across the phone line is less than 6 volts DC and the audio consists of a dial tone or speech.When the phone is "ON-HOOK" the DC voltage across the phone line is approximately 48 volts DC and there is no audio except noise. The device should recognize when the phone is "ON-HOOK" and mute the noise instead of delivering it to the microphone input.
Date published: 2013-11-10T00:00:00-05:00