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The Double Socket Recorder may possibly seem to be a regular mains wall socket but it hides within it an incredibly sophisticated recording program which could be invaluable to investigations created by private detectives and private investigators. This covert device can record inside 10 metres with absolute clarity in WAV format and will not be noticed. In the bottom edge of the socket there is a USB connector which is out of sight. This enables the private detective or private investigator to download the recordings to either a laptop or perhaps a PC which could be played using a media player, giving private detectives and private investigators clear and accurate details. The device has a total recording storage time of 70 hours, giving private detectives and private investigators a terrific deal of information to enable them to solve their case.

In order to charge the Li-battery within the Double Socket Recorder, the charger plugs into the USB socket and then into the socket itself, giving a battery life of approximately 8 hours of recording each time. The device is best for private detectives and private investigators to utilize in domestic or corporate circumstances.

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  • Oxford

    The city of Oxford is home to about 170 000 people which makes it one of the fastest growing places in the UK. It boasts a variety of industries that include manufacturing and tourism. Located about 90 km away from London, the city is known across the globe as the home of one of the oldest universities across the globe, the University of Oxford. Apart from the university, other attractions include the Covered Market and the Carfax Tower.

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    Oxford boasts many things to do and see. There are the Museum of Oxford, Oxford Town Hall, the Covered Market, Gloucester Green Market and other arts markets. Though, one of its highlights has to be its architecture on offer. Its city centre has an impressive collection of buildings such as St George's Tower and New College that are famous around the globe. Plus, it still has its original street pattern and a few of its oldest monuments.

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  • Visit Oxford

    Oxford, also known as the City of Dreaming Spires, dates all the way back to the Saxon period. There are the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology and Pitt Rivers Museum, while the Chilterns is a great spot for a country escape or a day trip to Blenheim Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that boasts 2000 acres of gardens and parkland. Another popular outdoor activity is a trip on a traditional flat-bottomed boat.

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  • Blenheim Palace

    Blenheim Palace boasts Baroque architecture and a rich history. As a matter of fact, this UNESCO World Heritage Site and Grade I listed building was the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. The gilded State Rooms and stonework promise to impress. On top of that, it has one of the most significant collections all across the European continent that include furniture, sculptures, and the well-known Marlborough Tapestries. The Park is just as impressive and is home to the Great Lake.

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  • Bodleian Library & Radcliffe Camera

    The Bodleian Library, or simply called the Bod by several Oxford scholars, is Britain's second biggest library and one of the oldest across the entire European continent. It opened in 1602 for the first time to scholars and has ever since then just grown. During this expansion the old buildings' core has stayed intact. One of the latest developments was when the New Bodleian building was totally renovated and reopened in 2015 as the Weston Library.

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  • Oxford Botanic Garden

    Established in 1621, the Oxford Botanic Garden strives to educate people regarding plants in an attempt to help with conservation. It also strives to assist research and teaching within the University of Oxford. It boasts herbaceous borders, glasshouses and family-friendly trials. Apart from being Britain's oldest botanic garden, the Oxford Botanic Garden also has one of the most diverse collections of plants across the globe making it the perfect spot simply to enjoy a picnic.

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