Re: accessible device which can record from external source


Hello Laz and list
I have been very tempted to purchase the device which you are selling but due to our bad exchange rate and the high cost of postage to South Africa it is just out of my reach. The other problem is, like with my bookSense, when the device has a technical problem it can not be repaired locally. I therefore am looking for something which is not specifically manufactured for the blind and which is locally available and which can be repaired locally.

From: Laz
Sent: Saturday, February 17, 2018 7:12 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] accessible device which can record from external source
There are cheaper alternatives than a Victor Reader Stream such as the below:


On 2/17/18, Smiling? <blind7@...> wrote:
> You can simply use one of the several accessible standalone portable
> players
> to accomplish this such as  the Victor Reader Stream second generation
> which
> will allow you to record to .wav for any later editing you may of had in
> mind.
> From:  <> [
> <>] On Behalf
> Of Fanus
> Sent: Friday, February 16, 2018 9:04 AM
> To:  <>
> Subject: [TechTalk] accessible device which can record from external source
> Hello list
> Usually I record from my hifi radio onto my pc when I am not at home. Every
> time I start my pc I have to unplug and replug the line in cable to be able
> to record. I tried to solve this problem but without any success. For quite
> a while I would not be able to use my right hand due to an operation and
> the
> position of my pc is such that I just can not succeed to unplug and replug
> with my left hand.. Now I am looking for an accessible portable or tabletop
> device which can record from an external source. Can someone recommend
> something?
> Regards
> Fanus

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