Audio book readers
Posted by gfmueden on 5/11/2012 at 11:21 PM
I tried the iPod but had difficulty getting help; the users guide was in pdf and I need plain text. I am old and learning new things is hard without good legible instructions. I expect to find and acquire books with my PC and transfer them to a reader. Am not legally blind.
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instructions for learning ithingsPosted by Word-Smith on 5/12/2012 at 5:57 PM
National Braille Press has an instruction book on using the iPhone which you may find useful. It comes in many formats. The User Guide .pdf can be saved as a .txt file if you to into the file menu while the .pdf is open in Adobe Reader. In the File menu, arrow down to "save as" and you will have the choice of a .txt file. Hope this helps.
Re: Audio book readersPosted by laz6 on 5/12/2012 at 7:02 PM
For easy to use and affordable Talking MP3 Players, see http://www.talkingmp3players.com/
Re: Audio book readersPosted by tsh1013 on 5/18/2012 at 10:28 PM
Try read to go for an app. I use it with bookshare but I imagine it would work for any text on the pod.
Re: Audio book readersPosted by dgoldfield on 9/28/2012 at 8:12 PM
While I'm not sure if you're looking for a Daisy book player my favorite in this category is APH's Bookport Plus. In addition to its flexible amount of file formats it also can function as a Web radio player and a podcast downloader via your Wifi connection with some configuring.
Re: Audio book readersPosted by laz6 on 9/29/2012 at 9:24 AM
if you're dealing with MP3 audiobooks and the like, you'll have a much easier time with a Talking MP3 Player from http://www.talkingmp3players.com/ all for under $100.
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