Thread: Voice Recorder question
Ok as a Security Officer I have used a digital voice recorder for interviews/investigations in the past many times, however I have never carried a voice recorder running full time. Just got a new recorder tonight as my last one went belly up on me (got a Sony ICD-PX312). I would assume if you keep it in a pants pocket it would not pick up much and there is a risk of it getting turned off and I do not always wear shirts that have breast pockets. So the question is, where do you guys carry it? Belt clip? Lanyard around your neck? Stapled to your navel? lol
Last edited by griffin; 02-15-2012 at 08:45 PM.
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cell phone case on belt, unless I have a heavy coat on, If so, it either goes in the front pocket, or on the leg drop in the cell phone case.
*Tip. if you put it in the case upside down, it will take out most of the wind noise if its breezy.
ETA I have a string tied through the lanyard loop attatched to the cell case. It has saved it from loss, and several drops.
Last edited by stainless1911; 02-15-2012 at 09:41 PM.