[Electronics-talk] music for victor stream

Tony Sohl tonysohl at cox.net
Thu Feb 25 06:29:50 UTC 2010

Hi Garry, I got my 8 gig membory card at Walmart for about $25.00 when they 
are normally $50 to $60.00

With regards to frre mp3 web sites tare accessible, AIR mp3 is easy to use 
and the web site is: http://www.airmp3.com.

Original Message ----- 
From: "Gary" <lemberg1 at optonline.net>
To: <electronics-talk at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 3:32 AM
Subject: [Electronics-talk] music for victor stream

> Hello everybody.  I have a victor stream reader, and   want to download 
> music onto the stream.  I was wondering if anyone knows of any website 
> that accessible to use for free, and is able to be transferred onto the 
> stream.  I also was hoping if anybody knew where I could purchase a 16 
> gig, or 32 gig sd card that is inexpensive.  I hop that someone can assist 
> me.
> Sincerely Gary
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> you search for a song and find the link that says the name of the artist 
> and song, press the Num pad Star key which simulates a rightr mous click 
> and save it to the $VRMusic folder.

There is also a program called CDEX which I use and it is very acccessible 
with JAWS for Windows. YOu can download this from the JAWS programs page 

I hope this helps.

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