Recording phone callsTelephone adapter is plugged into both Line-In jack of the sound card, and telephone handset / headset. This brings both sides of the telephone conversation to the sound card. The audio signal is digitally recorded and saved as a standard .WAV file.
Connect Voice Port between the base of your telephone and the handset or headset. The two attached audio cables give you audio in and out of your telephone. Connect the "From Phone" cable to the mic input on your computer sound card, connect the "To Phone" cable to the line or speaker output of your sound card.
The TSA-3PC is used to provide a simple and inexpensive method of connecting supervisory monitoring equipment to the handset circuit of a telephone. It is usable on most telephone styles which have a standard modular handset or headset jack and provides isolated and adjustable audio output that can be set to a weak level for use with microphone (MIC) input circuits, or the audio output can be turned up for use with Auxiliary level input circuits.Works great with PC sound cards. No external power is required.
Conexx Model 100
When accuracy and record keeping are essential, the Model 100 allows conversations on virtually any analog or digital modular phone system to be recorded. This handset-interface product will connect a cassette recorder, or even the sound card in your computer, to most telephones and ensures that all sides of a conversation are recorded at equal levels.
Automatically records phone conversations with any portable cassette tape recorder with a remote control jack. This device will automatically start your tape recorder when the telephone receiver is picked up and stops the tape when it is replaced. This unit will only operate on single line phones.
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