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Home Phone Recording

by Craig

There are many reasons you may need to do home phone recording in your house. You may need to record phone conversations with your doctors or lawyers. You may need to secretly record phone calls of your teenager or spouse if you suspect them of wrong doing. Whatever the case, home phone recording is very easy to do.
The first thing you need to do is determine what kind of telephone recorder you need. There are different types that connect differently. You can get telephone recorders that connect to the wall jack, phone handset, or recording software through your computer.

The most popular type is the recorder that connects to any available wall jack. These are the most versatile because they usually have an automatic recording feature, and will record all phones in the house. This is handy because you know that no matter which phone you pick up, it will be recorded. You don’t have to mess around with getting the phone recorder and connecting it to the phone you want to use.

The wall jack type is also the type if you need to secretly record phone calls of other people in your house. For example, if you have a spare jack in your bedroom where your kids never go, you can connect it there if you want to record the calls they usually make in the den. There are no beeps and they will not know you are doing home phone recording of their calls.

The other option of connecting to a handset limits you to just recording that one phone. However, if you only have the one phone you want to record, this is a very hand option because the recorder is right there for your control. You can access it immediately if you want to go back and listen to a phone call you just recorded.

Whatever your need for home phone recording is, there is an easy solution. Please visit our store to find many phone recording devices. If you have any questions, call us, live chat with us, email us, or post a comment below.

Lynn April 21, 2012 at 1:28 pm

My telephone landline is used for internet as provided by Telus in Edmonton. Is the recorder compatible with the internet feature and a fax machine? As I will be away from home for 6 weeks, do I need 8GB SD card? Lynn

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