360° Ultrasound Speech Protector

Spytronic

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360° Ultrasound Speech Protector

360° Ultrasound Speech Protector

SNR-CSS-UNG360

 
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Ultrasonic Noise Generator
The UNG360 Speech Protector
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Description

The 360° Ultrasound Speech Protector is an ultrasound noise generator that is inaudible for humans but scrambles microphones. The conference table model can protect your voice conversation without the other party's knowledge.

It provides two funtions to protect your voice conversations.

      - Utrasonic noise generator that is inaudible for humans but scrambles most microphones and recoding

        devices.

      - Acoustic noise generator specially designed to blend your voice and prevent recordings to be cleaned by

        audio software.

During an important business meeting we must ensure the confidentiality of our oral communications. A voice recording may be used as a blackmailing tool and can even destroy a reputation. Our system enables you to have a highly protected conversation with your interlocutors without revealing that it is active.

Specifications
Physical Specifications
Dimensions 8 in x 8 in x 2 in
Power
Power supply Input 100-240V 1.6A Output 19V 4.7A
Weight 1.094 Kg
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Effective speach protection (Daniel)
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Authorising one of these devices in one of our boardrooms was not easy, but having been in store to test it out, we were satisfied with the performance. If you're young and really paying attention, you might deduce a sound, but you really have to try and "listen". (Posted on 2016-03-19)
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Effective speach protection Review by Daniel
Price
Quality
Value
Authorising one of these devices in one of our boardrooms was not easy, but having been in store to test it out, we were satisfied with the performance. If you're young and really paying attention, you might deduce a sound, but you really have to try and "listen". (Posted on 2016-03-19)