Re: The Blaze ET, do you like it?

Steven Johnson <saxmonger@...>

Hi Jan. As you know, I'm a Blaze ET beginner, but it seems that putting
your favorite Internet stations on the Blaze is a pain in the posterior if
your favorite station doesn't offer a .pls or .m3u playlist link to their
stream. If one of your favorite stations offers a listen link that says
something about .pls or .m3u , try to put your cursor on that link, hit your
applications key if you use Windows, arrow up to "save target as" and hit
enter. If the file that is saved ends with the extension .pls or .m3u, copy
it to the Webradio folder on your Blaze and pray that the Blaze gives it to
you when you open the Web Radio app.

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Sent: Monday, March 23, 2020 6:41 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] The Blaze ET, do you like it?

I am still trying to figure out if I like it. I am having trouble figuring
out how I can put my own internet stations in it. It seems like it has its
own built in ones. I am not interested in those. I want to put my own into
it. Does anyone know how to do that? I got a Getting Started Quick Guide in
braille with it, and I do not know where my caregivers put it. I fear that
someone threw it away, because I cannot find it anywhere. Does anyone have
one? I had it next to mth chair on the floor, and it is gone. If they
picked it up to vacuum or shampoo the carpet so that it would not get wet, I
have no clue where they put it. Thez do not even remember where they put
But it has to be here somewhere. But I have looked everywhere.
I have only had the unit for a few weeks. The Victor Reader Stream seems
much easier to operate. You can definitely put in your own internet radio
stations. I like the fcct that you can record from the fm on the Blaze ET.
And I like the OCR camera.


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