[nfb-talk] NLS digital player

Sherri flmom2006 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 22 01:13:29 UTC 2009

Ed, you can also use a thumb drive. You can put your book on a thumb drive 
and insert it into your stream where the USB port is and it should work 
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From: "Ed Meskys" <edmeskys at roadrunner.com>
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>I just got my new NLS digital player and need some advice on its uses.
> I asked a lower tier employee at the NH library about how future magazines 
> will be distributed. She said they will be sent out by email, and you will 
> use a USB cable to feed it into a blank digital cartridge in your player. 
> She was not positive about this. Was she correct?
> If so, when I get a magazine on a CD from an agency like Seeing Eye or 
> Xavier Society, can I transfer it to such a cartridge, for playback in the 
> NLS player? Will I be able to speed this recording up, as I can an NLS 
> book?
> I understand that today blank cartridges cost around $40, but do not know 
> where to buy one. I am interested in buying one now to last me until 
> prices come down. Can anyone suggest a dealer who would give me a 
> reasonable deal?
> Thanks, Ed Meskys
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