Mobile Phone & Radio Logging Recorder

Ears Mobile is a compact multi-channel logging recorder designed for specialty & command vehicles. The unit allows you to capture recordings at the source (even if out of network range) and seamlessly connects to your vehicle power system.

Radio Recording & Call Recording
Record Anywhere

With a small footprint, the compact recorder can be placed virtually anywhere. This makes it ideal for inside specialty or command vehicles.

Install Anywhere

With a small footprint, Ears Mobile is ideal for placement inside tight spaces like vehicle cabs.

Record Anywhere

Since recordings are captured locally, you can record even while out of radio network range.

Play Recordings Anywhere

Powered By Your Vehicle

The unit seamlessly connects to your vehicle power system. It intelligently senses when to turn on and off based on ignition and battery status. Easily record in mobile command vehicles, at fire-ground, in military vehicles, in transportation units, more.

Worry-Free Storage Capacity

Ears units come standard with a 16GB hard drive that records 143 hours of uncompressed channel hours. Units can be upgraded to a 32GB hard drive to support 430 channel hours.

Flexible Playback Options

Recordings can be played back via a smartphone or tablet in the vehicle, regardless of radio network connectivity.

  • Offload recordings from the Ears unit to a computer via a USB stick. This allows you to listen to and back up records.

  • Connect a laptop or desktop computer to the Ears unit via ethernet cable. This allows you to stream recordings from the Ears unit itself.

  • Play records off of your mobile phone, tablet or computer. Simply connect the Ears unit to the router for a new/existing wifi network and access that network on your device.

  • Send records to a HindSight multimedia logging recorder automatically from the Ears unit, to allow for centralized access.

Use As Part of Distributed Recording

Recordings gathered by the remote Ears unit can be sent to an Exacom HindSight recorder via streaming, FTP or both. So while your recordings are being logged in multiple locations, recording data across a variety of recorders can be accessed from a single interface.

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