Scott’s Ghost Tech Blog #3

by Scott on Feb.03, 2010, under Ghost Tech Reviews, Scott's Blog

Digital Audio Recorders

There are a few new digital audio recorders that paranormal investigators may want to consider testing in the field. The first is the Edirol R-09hr Digital Audio Recorder seen on Ghost Hunters International (Brandy’s new recorder). The following is a link to Brandy’s MySpace page where she describes the recorder in more detail:

http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=428204074&blogId=527636720

The second new recorder is the RT-EVP Real Time EVP Recorder to be released in June 2010. This recorder is made by DAS Distribution Inc., and is designed exclusively for the paranormal market. This recorder is designed by Gary Galka, the inventor behind the Mel Meter series of EMF Detectors. This recorder will have simultaneous record and playback as well as a Frequency Sweep Interface which will allow the RT-EVP to scan the entire FM range of 88.0MHz to 108.0 MHz in about 12 seconds, or 60msec/step. The device can also record while sweeping the FM band. For more information on the RT-EVP recorder, please follow this link:

http://www.pro-measure.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=99

These new digital audio recorders are the next wave of technology that hopefully enables the paranormal investigation field to be able to advance ITC research.

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2 Comments for this entry

  • Philemon Vanderbeck

    I just received my RT-EVP and I must say that so far, it’s been a pleasant surprise. It’s extremely sensitive to even the slightest sound.

    However, I’m a Mac user, and it doesn’t interface with the MacOS for uploading the sound files. Does anyone know of a solution in order to get around this problem (other than buying a cheap PC notebook)?

  • Scott

    I recommend that you contact Gary Galka directly at DAS.

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