Voice recorder

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A voice recorder or a dictation machine is a device to record speech or other sounds, and then play it back. Older devices used microcassettes.

Voice Recorders Are Slim,Portable Gadgets That Are Used To Create Audio Files That Can Later Be Downloaded Onto A Computer. They Can Be Used To Record Discussions At Meetings As Well As Notes , Ideas And Dictated Letters And Memos . Many Students Use Them To Record Lectures So That They Can Write Up Proper Notes Later.