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Radio voice recorder

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Last Modified: 2013-11-09
We have  a radio line and record conversation through the line. We have used Digital Logger's MIL-8000U to record radio lines. But the device gives problems sometimes, it goes off and the application always consumes 100% CPU with AMD processor. I contacted their support and look like they don't care about this small product for bug.
Anyway, today it went down completely.
I'm looking for any alternative to record radio line. Because radio line doesn't have hook, the recorder should record based on the voice level on the line.
Does anyone have any recommendation?
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Actually I ordered two single phone to pc adapter so that I can capture sounds with NCH recoarding software. I haven't practiced yet, but soon.

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This works. I ordered 2 adapters from RJ11 to pc mic mini-jack.
http://www.newtechindustries.com/newtech/usb_recorder/computer_sound_card_interface_recorder.htm

With these and two sound cards and NCH VSR software, I was able to record. But the NCH software doesn't move files to separate folders with different dates. So I have to make a small script to move files.
The best way was to  use 8 channel USB logger from Digital Logger
http://www.digital-loggers.com/F8.html

I found the two options cost the same. I recommend to use the Digital Logger option.
Excellent! Nice find.
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