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Topic # 4907 8-Sep-2005 08:26
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super sensitive tiny (preferably wireless) external microphone

Respected Friends

This is my first post here and seeing the helpful community here I am daring to ask for your advice.

Is it possible to get online (AND SHIPPED TO INDIA) ;

an external microphone which is

a. super sensitive (so that the microphone is able to catch voices clearly and crisply from long distances)

b. tiny (say as small as earphones of walkman's)

c. preferably wireless (NOT a must)

d. shipped to Kolkata India.

Price is NOT really an issue but the product should be very reliable and shipment to India at my home address must be genuine and a bit fast.

Thanks to all of you for reading my post and possible suggesting some website or online resource where payments are safe to be made through credit cards and shipment to India is possible and product fits the requirements.

Thanks again for ur anticipated help and valuable advice.

Your time, patience, effort is truly truly appreciated.

Best of regards

Thanks

sunando

Kolkata India

sunandoghosh (at) rediffmail (dot) com

p.s. The above information is urgently required and as such your promptness and help would be more than appreciated.

I HAVE NEVER PURCHASED SUCH A TYPE OF PRODUCT BEFORE EVER IN MY LIFE AND THIS IS FIRST TIME THAT I AM GOING FOR PURCHASING SUCH A PRODUCT BECAUSE MY SITUATION / CIRCUMSTANCES HAVE SHAPED LIKE THAT.

I DID A GOOGLE SEARCH BUT SEEMS THERE ARE LOT OF WEBSITES OFFERING WHAT I WANT AS SPY PRODUCT. I AM QUITE DOUBTFUL OF THE GENUINESS AND CLAIM MADE BY THESE WEBSITES.

PLEASE SUGGEST SUCH A COMPANY/WEBSITE ONLINE WHICH IS GENUINE AND MAKING CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS TO THEM ARE SAFE AND THEY CAN CTAULLY SHIP TO INDIA.

THANKS AGAIN FOR ALL POSSIBLE HELP.

I am going to use it along with Ipod and griffin italk...(as griffin italk's inbuilt microphone is too poor)

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  Reply # 19834 8-Sep-2005 09:59
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spying on someone??? :-)

i know the university here has silly legal reason for forbididng students recording the lectures they've paid for - many get around this by descretely recording using the voice recorder in their mobile phone - might that also be a solution for your situation?

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