Can-Do Cassette Player / Recorder With Sleep Switch
The Can-Do Cassette Player/Recorder with Sleep Switch is a four track cassette player designed for use by persons who are blind or have low vision. It plays both four- and two-track cassettes and records two-track cassettes. The sleep switch turns the player off when the user falls asleep listening. The user holds the switch in one hand, and on falling asleep the user releases the switch. When not needed, the sleep switch can be deactivated. The user can listen to cassettes with or without the i
CAN-DO Improved 4 Track Cassette Player
Library Of Congress Cassette Player (Model Loc-3)
Portable cassette player that plays Library of Congress formatted four track cassette recordings. Includes: variable speed control from 15/16 to 1 7/8 inches per second, capability of two track recording on blank tape using either built-in or external microphones, large 3 inch speaker and high gain amplifier, lockable pause control, cassette eject, bidirectional scan capability for quick location of marker tones, automatic level control and tone indexing for two track recording. POWER: AC adapte
Olympus DM-720 Digital Voice Recorder
The new Olympus DM-720 is a digital voice recorder that uses Voice Guidance (that can be activated or set to inactive) to speak to the user as they navigate its functions including set up, folder organization, and menu navigation. It also has an Intelligent Auto Mode function which will allow the recorder to adjust microphone sensitivity depending on the volume of the sound or speaker that is being recorded.
Panasonic 4 Track Player With Variable Speed
The Panasonic 4 Track Player with Variable Speed is a four-track cassette player and two-track cassette player/recorder designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This four-track player uses earphones only and has no external speaker. It features variable speed control, fast forward and rewind, and comes with a belt clip. POWER: Uses two double-A batteries (included). DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 4.5 x 1.125 x 3.5 inches. WEIGHT: 5 ounces.
Panasonic Portable Cassette Player (Model Rq-L51)
The Panasonic Portable Cassette Player, model RQ-L51, is a cassette tape player and recorder designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This voice activated recorder can record up to 25 hours on standard two track cassettes. Recording begins as soon as sound is detected. Sound can be recorded at three times longer than normal speed. The unit has a slide microphone for recording louder or softer sounds. The HIGH setting can be used to record relatively soft sounds. The unit
Sony Radio Cassette-Corder
The Sony Radio Cassette-Corder is a four-track cassette player, two-track cassette player/recorder, and TV/weather band/AM/FM radio designed for use byindividuals who are blind or have low vision. The unit features variable speed control, built-in speakers, and an FM/TV telescopic antenna. The unit does not erase four track cassettes. POWER: Uses four D batteries or alternating current (AC); batteries and a power cord are included. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 5 x 10.75 x 6 inches. WEIGHT: 3 pounds 6 oun
The Sony Slim-Man is a four track cassette player and two track cassette player/recorder designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It plays cassette tapes at 1 7/8 (standard) and 15/16 (Library of Congress Talking Book) speeds. It features a stereo microphone, variable speed control, pause, a tape counter, and microphone and headphone jacks. Print and cassette instructions are included. POWER: Uses four triple-A batteries (included) or alternating current (AC) adapter (in
Versacorder Quarter Speed Cassette Tape Player/recorder
The VersaCorder Quarter Speed Cassette Tape Player/Recorder is a cassette recorder designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. It records and plays back at quarter speed or regular speed, and features voice activated recording and the ability to record directly from a radio or telephone. When set to quarter speed, this unit records up to four hours of a radio show on each side of a regular 110-minute cassette tape, using the recorder's six-day/event timer to eliminate comme