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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. POWER: Uses AC adapter (included) or internal rechargeable battery. DIMENSIONS: (HxLxW): 2.75 x 9 x 9 inches. WEIGHT: 2.64 pounds.
Price: 395.00 – 385.00.
This product record was updated on July 14, 2010.
This product is available from:
Humanware Group (formerly Pulse Data Humanware and Visuaide)175 Mason Circle
Concord, California 94520
Telephone: 800-722-3393 or 925-680-7100.
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Beyond Sight, Inc. (Formerly Second Sight)5650 South Windermere Street
Littleton, Colorado 80120
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A.T. Kratter & Company, Inc.12062 Valley View Street
Garden Grove, California 92845-1739
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EnableMart (a division of School Health Corporation)5353 South 960 East, Ste. 200
Salt Lake City, Utah 84117
Telephone: 888-640-1999 or 801-281-7682.
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