The Cassette Recorder is an adapted tape recorder designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This full-function Panasonic tape recorder/player is adapted for single-switch use (switch not included). This device can be used with or without a switch and includes a 1/8th-inch jack. POWER: Uses four C batteries (not included)
The Rugged Radio/Cassette Player is an adapted radio and adapted cassette player designed for use by individuals with severe physical or upper extremity disabilities. The combination radio and cassette player are built in to a strong wooden box that can be clamped to a table. The box is equipped with a large, touch-sensitive switch; one tap turns the unit on and a second tap turns it off. DIMENSIONS: 13 x 9 x 12 inches.
The Sing-Along Cassette Player, model 5, is a switch operated cassette player / recorder designed for use by children with upper extremity or severe physical disabilities. This player/recorder has a microphone that allows young vocalists to be amplified as they sing along with songs as they are played. It can be used with or without a switch, but for continuous play, a latch/timer switch is required. POWER: Uses 4 C batteries. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 9.75 x 1.5 x 10 inches.
The Sony ICDPX333 Digital Voice Recorder is a recorder designed for the hearing impaired and for those with blind or low vision and individuals with memory problems to allow them to playback lectures and conversations they don't want to forget or didn't hear correctly. Features include 4GB flash memory for storing up to 1,073 hours of audio, a track-mark function for simple recall of important moments. The noise-cut mode plays back speech clearly. Activates the recorder only when audible sound i
The Tape Recorder with Latch/Timer, model 390X, is an adapted tape recorder designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This tape recorder offers built-in options for switch activation to record or play cassette tapes. In switch mode, the user touches the external switch (not included) to play. In the latch mode, the user touches the switch and the tape recorder remains activated until the switch is touched again. In the timer mode, the timer is set for one to twenty secon