I have bought myself a Magenta 4 bat detector as I know we have loads of bats living in our roof and I'm interested to find out what type they are. I think there might be at least two different species, judging by the way they fly.
Anyway, as a beginner, I'm struggling to match up the sounds from the detector with the correct species and would like to be able to record the sounds so I can listen back to them. The detector does have a 'constant level recorder output' socket as well as a headphone jack so does this mean that I can connect a digital voice recorder, like the one in this link, to it to record the sounds? I'm not very techy so any help appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
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In reply to WendyBartter:
Did you go to this site? www.birdforum.net/.../
If you do manage to make it work then please do let us know as everything to do with Bat detecting & recording seems incredibly expensive!
Pleased to hear you had success with dictaphone, certainly sounds easier than using camera to record as I did in the past!
Have included this link as I don't know if you've visited this site
https://media.nhbs.com › Briti...PDFWeb resultsFrequencies of British Bats - NHBS
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