Listening Devices

Listening Devices

Listening device, surveillance has moved forward in the last couple of years, we are proud to offer a wide selection of audio surveillance listening devices since 2000. These come in various forms.

Audio recorders are normally either a device with a hidden Micro SD card or integrated memory inside. These can be used to record your conversations or surrounding sounds. The devices allow you to export the file to a computer for analysis later. If you’re not sure which of our spy equipment is best for your specific requirements, contact us and we will be happy to help.

Our bestselling hidden listening devices, Spy bugs are commonly referred to as GSM listening devices. These GSM hidden audio listening devices work on normal GSM mobile phone networks such as EE, Vodafone or Virgin in the UK, giving you worldwide coverage. They are simple to use as you, simply insert the SIM card in the listening device and you can call up and listen to conversations and surrounding sounds at any time. You can call the sim card from anywhere in the world. All it costs is the same rate as a mobile phone call often included in your tariff at little or no cost. Our advanced auto call-back models, allow you to insert a sim card and dial you back when noise or disturbance is detected in the area. Therefore, there is no waiting around listening unnecessarily.

We have built our reputation Since the year 2000 on quality, reliability and performance at a fair price using the same suppliers as more expensive competitors and therefore, all our range of audio surveillance products are customised by our team of professionals to offer complete satisfaction. Our spy recorder audio quality is unsurpassed in the field.

 

Common Questions asked about GSM listening devices

  • What is a GSM listening device, and how does it work?
  • A GSM listening device is a covert audio surveillance device that uses GSM technology to transmit audio over a GSM mobile network. It typically includes a microphone and you use a GSM SIM card such as EE or Vodafone in the UK to transmit audio to a designated phone number.¬†
  • What is the range of a GSM listening device?
  • The range depends on several factors, including the device's specifications and the quality of the mobile network. Typically, it can work within the coverage area of the chosen GSM mobile network. From experience in the UK where EE struggles, Vodafone normally covers the GSM coverage and visa versa.
  • How do I set up and install a GSM listening device?
  • Installation and setup instructions¬†will come with the device. It¬†normally involves charging the device,¬†inserting a SIM card, waiting for the flashing light to go out, and call up to listen in. It's normally that easy.
  • Can I listen to the audio in real-time?
  • Most GSM listening devices allow real-time audio monitoring, while others may record audio for later retrieval. It depends on the specific device's features described in the description.
  • What is the battery life of these devices?
  • Battery life varies among devices. It can range from a few hours to a few days, depending on usage, reception in area of use and the device's capacity.
  • Do I need a special SIM card for a GSM listening device?
  • You typically need a standard GSM SIM card with a valid phone number and either a pay as you go or network plan to operate the device. There is no premium requires, just a normal GSM network such as EE or Vodafone in the UK.
  • Can I use a GSM listening device for security purposes?
  • Some people use GSM listening devices for security applications, such as monitoring a home or business. However, always ensure you comply with local laws and obtain consent if necessary.
  • How do I access the recorded audio?
  • Accessing recorded audio usually involves removing the Micro SD card or connecting the device to a computer or smartphone using¬†software such as Microsoft Media to play back the files, once moved to your computer desktop.