Voice Recorder Prices in Nigeria Review

So instead of writing sticky notes or jotting down points on their tablets and handheld devices, most people have always preferred to use voice recorders to record notes and then playback when needed.

This is not only more convenient than writing and jotting points in a tab or a paper, it is also way more reliable as all relevant information are captured.

These devices are mostly used for spying in the modern world and it comes handy to those in the profession of journalism. They are also used for personal or professional purposes, especially auditors, detectives, and lawyers.

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Portable voice recorders are widely used by students to record lectures and meetings as and how they are delivered.

Voice recorders are available in different types. The first and common one is the tape recorder.

An audio tape recorder, tape deck, or tape machine is a sound recording and reproduction device that records and plays back sounds usually using magnetic tape for storage.

In its present-day form, it records a fluctuating signal by moving the tape across a tape head that polarizes the magnetic domains in the tape in proportion to the audio signal.

Tape-recording devices include the reel-to-reel tape deck and the cassette deck, which uses a cassette for storage.

Prices of Voice Recorders in Nigeria

A Digital voice recorder is a device that converts sound, such as speech and other sounds, into a digital file that can be moved from one electronic device to another, played back by a computer, tablet or smartphone and stored like any other digital file.

A digital voice recorder is as small as a voice recorder can get. It fits into the palm, hardly takes any space in your bag and is easy to carry around.

Here, we will focus on prices of digital voice recorders in Nigeria.

Sony Voice Recorders

  • GSM Voice Activated Recorder — (NGN) 20,000 naira — (NGN) 30,000 naira
  • Sony PCX 370 Handy Voice Recorder — (NGN) 32,000 naira — (NGN) 40,000 naira
  • Sony PCX 333 Handy Voice Recorder — (NGN) 25,000 naira — (NGN) 40,000 naira
  • ICD-UX 560 Handy Voice Recorder — (NGN) 130,000 naira — (NGN) 160,000 naira
  • ICD-PX 440 Handy Voice Recorder — (NGN) 40,000 naira — (NGN) 60,000 naira
  • ICD-PX 240 Handy Voice Recorder — (NGN) 19,000 naira — (NGN) 25,000 naira

Zoom Voice Recorders

  • H1n Handy Voice Recorder — (NGN) 40,000 naira — (NGN) 60,000 naira
  • H6 Handy Voice Recorder with interchangeable microphones — (NGN) 120,000 naira — (NGN) 150,000 naira
  • H4n Handy Channel Voice Recorder — (NGN) 85,000 naira — (NGN) 140,000 naira
  • H6 230000 Handy Recorder — (NGN) 200,000 naira — (NGN) 250,000 naira
  • H5 Handy Recorder —- (NGN) 90,000 naira — (NGN) 110,000 naira
  • H2n Handy Recorder — (NGN) 60,000 naira — (NGN) 75,000 naira

Other Digital Voice Recorders available in Nigeria Include :

  • Remax Voice Recorder — (NGN) 20,000 naira — (NGN) 25,000 naira
  • Phillips Voice Recorder — (NGN) 30,000 naira — (NGN) 38,000 naira
  • Olympus Voice Recorder — (NGN) 28,000 naira — (NGN) 42,000 naira
  • Universal Chef Voice Recorder — (NGN) 15,000 naira — (NGN) 25,000 naira
  • Cenix Top 10 Digital Voice Recorder — (NGN) 20,000 naira — (NGN) 40,000 naira

Points To Consider When Looking For A Voice Recorder

  • Audio Quality. Both audio and recording quality will determine how clear the recordings turn out
  • Convenient Carry
  • Ample Storage (or Memory) Space
  • Ease of Sharing Files
  • Editing Capabilities
  • Battery Life
  • Voice Activation
  • Recording Time

Chinedu Okeke

Chinedu is the founder of Nigerian Tech. He is a tech enthusiast who has the passion for emerging trends in the tech industry. He is also a professional web content developer.

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