Pennsylvania's Assistive Technology Lending Library
Victor Digital Talking Book Player for CD's
Description: Victor Reader Classic is a digital talking book player designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. The Victor Reader Classic reads talking books recorded in digital format, which allows fast and easy navigation through the structure of a book. Unlike talking books on cassette, Victor Reader allows the reader to jump straight to a specific section or passage, skip from page to page, or consult the table of contents without rewinding and fast-forwarding to find a specific passage. Other advantages of digital talking books include the ability to place bookmarks, and the fact that one CD can contain a whole book. Victor Reader Classic also features controls that are easy to locate and operate; highly intelligible variable playing speed sound; easy CD insertion and removal; the ability to play music CD's; digital sound quality from a built-in speaker; and a built-in carrying handle.
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I borrowed the reacher kit because my mother is trying to learn how to do things with one hand. She just had a stroke. The reachers did not work for her because she also has arthritis and she doesn't have the strength in her hands and shoulders to hold and manipulate the reachers.
I need text-to-speech software because I can't use my hands to type for long periods of time without pain anymore. I found Dragon is much better now than the versions I have tried before. It was easier to "train" the computer to recognize my voice. There still are some problems with the voice file when I use it when I am tired at the end of the day.
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