in addition he uses it with a number of external microphones, and discusses the pros and cons of using a recorder that does not have talking menus.52.8 MB 9/9/2011 Mike Arrigo continues this informative series with a detailed discussion on Version 10.7, Lion, of the Mac operating system.29.6 MB 7/26/2011 Nancy Vanderbrink explores the features and benefits of this software that lets you read the wide library of books from Amazon's Kindle store with synthesized speech.
27.2 MB 2/23/2012 Neal Ewers describes this portable recorder and shows how quietly both the internal and external XLR phantom power microphones can be. He does some stereo separation text examples with the internal microphones, talks about and demonstrates limiters, an walks all the menus.
106.5 MB 2/15/2012 Bob Jutzi describes the techniques needed to use Quicken 20 successfully with a screen reader.
8.7 MB 2/5/2012 Drew Weber describes this 61 key keyboard from Yamaha, reviews the entire knob and button layout, talks about changing arpegios, connecting the keyboard to your computer, connecting a drive to the unit, and sequencing with the Windows sequencer.
19.5 MB 1/29/2012 Mike Arrigo Shows how to overcome custom modifications to Android that manufacturers sometimes use that limits accessibility, shows how to connect a Bluetooth GPS receiver, demonstrates Google Goggles, and demonstrates a file manager.
40.7 MB 9/27/2011 Tim Hindle reviews this portable radio with exceptional FM Reception.
The unit is small and easy to use for blind consumers.Most buttons beep, and it can be locked for transport.12.1 MB 9/21/2011 Rebecca Blaevoet Introduces this innovative hand held reading device that enables instant access to print through built-in Braille and speech.See more at 26.9 MB 9/18/2011 Mike Arrigo updates his earlier report on accessible i Phone GPS apps and demonstrates two particularly good ones--the Magellan Road Mate and the Motion X Drive.25.9 MB 9/13/2011 Neal Ewers puts this newest recorder of the Zoom line through its paces.He describes the layout, sonically compares it with other zoom recorders, and uses all 5 microphones on the unit to capture a variety of sounds as well as his description of how the microphones work to bring about a new era of sound in inexpensive portable recorders.