Voice Logger for Windows
Product Code: PBN010 Voice Logger for Windows
Discreetly keep an eye on your office workers or children and ensure that there aren’t any inappropriate conversations occurring, Paraben Voice Logger is a software based voice activated audio recorder which sits hidden on any windows PC and can covertly email all audio files to any email address anywhere in the world.
Easily turn any Windows-based computer into a voice recorder with voice activation and remote offload functions built in., You will need access to the target computer to install the Paraben Voice Logger but to listen to the recorded data you can choose to have the files emailed or if you have access to the target computer, you can simply insert the Voice Logger USB software stick into the PC and it will automatically upload all audio files which you can then take away from the target PC and listen to privately.
System Compatibility: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10
Windows Compatible Sound Card
Internet Connection for Some Features
Frequently Asked Questions
No, Voice Logger isn’t a voice recorder. It is a device that turns your Windows computer into a covert voice recorder using a specialized app, the software will utilise the target computers Mic to record the immediate surroundings of the target computer upto a radius of 5 metres.
Yes, you need to be able to log into the target computer to install Voice Logger.
Voice Logger will continue recording even if the computer screen is off. Voice Logger will stop recording if the computer enters into low power mode.
No, Voice Logger only works on computers, laptops, and tablets running Windows Vista, 7, 8, or 10.
Recordings can be played back through computer speakers by plugging into the USB port of a Windows or Mac computer using the supplied connection cable. No special software is needed.
No, the Black Vox Recorder is always set to voice activated recording. There is no straight record option.
The recorder will record a new file each time the microphone picks up enough sound to start the recording process and then ends the file when the sounds, voices, etc. have stopped.