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What do you use to record your am radio catches

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Hi I'm just getting into ultralight dx and was curious what everyone used to document callsighns and programs I'm thinking of getting an app for my phone but noticed radio Shack sells one very cheap. And Sangean also sells a model and then you have cassette. I am just looking for options

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If you're talking about just logging down what you hear, I use spiral ring notebooks for my logs. Works fine for me. I don't record sound from my catches, too much to bother with.
 

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I try to do the same but I've found my tremors and poor hearing often make me miss callsighns

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If this helps anyone who likes to record there listening sessions as well as certain shows you can do it all with your phone using apps that cost between 4-7$ the kicker is you may need a mic that plugs in to the headphones jack provides jack for monitoring. But it's still cheaper than the dar - 101 with that ability to upload them to cloud storage

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