Ideal for bird watching and observing wildlife.Designed with a powerful optical zoom viewfinder function with a magnification of 8x, you are able to follow objects optically with no need of using extra monoculars.The listening device with sound amplifier feature is ideal for observing birds and wildlife. You can see the birds 8 times closer and hear the bird sounds up to 200-300 feet away when it's in a quiet and spacious area.
Lightweight and running on a 9V battery (not included in delivery), easy to carry from place to place.Built in 8x magnification monocular.Fain bird songs are readily detected.8 times powerful monocular, frequency controller, record button, playback button and FREE gift headphone.
The sound detecting system is powerful enough to monitor conversations up to 300 meters awayHandheld parabolic sound dish | Hear sounds up to 300feet,Adjustable sensitivity dial.Adjust the frequency for noise reduction and a parabolic sound collecting dish for clear hearing. Look through the targeting scope and then pull the trigger to amplify the sound.
Equipped with built-in digital recording chip can be used for recording for 12s, playback or copy the file onto a standard audio tape for preservation. Powered by a 9-volt battery (Not included). Please kindly note that the Headphone is a free gift.
3.5mm Jack for headphones (includes headphones) | External recorder can be attached through 3.5mm Jack .Please use the sound amplifier observing listening device in a spacious and quiet place and don’t use it with a lot of noise around. The sound detecting system is powerful enough to pick up sound at a distance of 200-300 feet away. Adjust the frequency to reduce some background noise for better listening.
Specification: Color: Black Magnification: 8X Power by: 9 V battery(Not included) Pot diameter: 200mm/7.87inch Weight: Approx.700g Fain bird songs are readily detected. 8X magnification,observe things up 8 times closer. Digitally record sounds. Playback sounds or transfer them to your tape recorder. Comes with a pair of comfortable padded full-size headphones to reduce ambient noise.It is perfect for bird watchers, hiker and hunters. Being able to see and hear birds and animals without disturbing them gives you a more natural idea of how they are when they do not know you are close to them. Enjoy listening the rare bird calls and other sounds with this handheld parabolic sound dish and monocular. This parabolic microphone sound amplifier and monocular will enable you hear and see clearly sounds up to 300feet away. The built in 8x magnification monocular will let you see your target whilst the parabolic dish with adjustable sensitivity microphone will let you hear your target clearly. The microphone is adjustable so you can get the volume customised for a comfortable listening experience. You are also able to record and playback up to 12 seconds of sound with the build in memory; you can plug in an external recorder should you wish to capture more sound via the 3.5mm jack port on the side.
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