The ability to collect audio intelligence is critical to
knowing what people are doing. Perhaps your spouse is having a secret affair,
or your employee is stealing from you. With advanced intelligence that includes
voice transmitters, you are able to figure out what is really going on and
protect yourself or your livelihood. Voice transmitters are devices that are
able to transmit audio from one place to another. Most people call them 'bugs'.
In today's world of advanced technology, the ability to collect information with
easy to use 'bugs' is no longer limited to top government spies.
The Q-Phone Pro is an ordinary looking phone with
extraordinary listening abilities. Give this phone to someone that you want to
collect intelligence on to have the ability to listen to all of their calls and
receive all of their text messages. The phone works with an activated master
phone, which can be any phone as long as it has been set up to be the master. To
start using the phone as a detective tool, simply send a couple text messages to
the Q-Phone Pro. It can then be used to listen to any live conversations had on
the phone, automatically deliver all text messages the phone sends and receives
to the master phone or even as a voice transmitter when the phone is not in use.
The phone works with all SIM card based mobile carriers.
THE Q-PHONE PRO
The ZEN BUG is also a powerful voice transmitter that is able
to pick up even a whisper from 35 feet away. Tiny and virtually undetectable,
this small device is no bigger than 2 inches on its longest side. Place the Q
Bug anywhere and have the ability to listen to voices and other audio
information from anywhere in the World. The ZEN BUG requires a SIM card that is
inserted into the device. Any working SIM card, even a pre-paid one, will work
with the device. To begin using it, simply send a text message to the number
associated with the SIM card. Similar to the Q-Phone Pro, the device will now
recognize that phone as the Master Phone, and you will be able to listen to
audio information collected by the device from the privacy of your own phone.
Both devices are able to be used from anywhere in the
World. The Q Phone Pro can be given to someone in Argentina and be monitored in
Denmark. The ZEN BUG can be set up in an office in Hong Kong while being monitored
remotely in New York. The SIM card based technology of these two devices knows
no distance limitation, allowing you truly free access to the audio information
you desire. When you are ready to check in on what the devices are hearing,
simply call into the activated SIM card for real time access. THAT IS
For local investigative tasks, UHF listening devices can
serve the needs of most detectives. UHF devices do not use SIM cards and are
not attached to a master phone. They transmit their audio feed through a signal
that is only picked up by a UHF receiver. UHF listening devices are local
devices in that they are limited 300 meters. With a compatible UHF receiver, the
signal from these bugs can be accessed as long as it is within the distance
There are many types of UHF devices, each with their own
benefits. A pen transmitter is a useful way to gain voice transmissions as a pen
is typically kept nearby during conversations
while a UHF transmitter
calculator is sure to stay on an employee's desk.
The crystal controlled UHF pen
comes with a silver oxide battery that can last up to 100 hours, while the
calculator lasts 8 days. There are also UHF voice transmitters that do not
require a separate power supply. The phone line splitter and electrical outlet
adapters are stationary bugs that are powered while they are being used. The
phone line splitter is powered by the telephone line and is used to listen to
landline telephone conversations.
The electrical outlet adapter is powered by the electrical
socket it is plugged in to and are useful for accessing audio intelligence in a
room. Available in many styles to fit electrical socket world wide,
There are also USB device cables and USB powered computer
mouse that can travel with their intended user as well as serve as powerful room
bugging devices within a 300 meter distance.
These devices all work with UHF receivers, such as the
pocket sized UHF receiver, to listen and record the conversations picked up. The
pocket sized receiver does not require any batteries and comes with an included
Its detective can simply begin listening to the receiver whenever they
wish; switching between channels to determine which device they would like to
receive signals from. The receiver can listen to three separate
UHF channels. Channels A B and C.
For example you may have one pen on channel A in the
meeting room one calculator on channel B on the cashier's desk and one mouse on
channel C on the production manager's desk.
The receiver can also be connected to any voice activated recorder to save
captured audio for playback at a later time. Rather than having to call in and
catch valuable audio intelligence as with the SIM card based bugs, you can just
turn on the receiver, switch to the channel that you would like and just listen
in. It's that simple.
The vast selection of voice transmitters makes collecting
audio intelligence a less daunting task. With listening devices that are able to
travel the world, and be hidden in plain sight, individuals,
companies and families can know what is going on at any time.
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