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Switch-Adapted Voice Recorder (Model H-52)

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The Switch-Adapted Voice Recorder, model H-52, is a switch-adapted digital recorder designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities, spinal cord injury, or cerebral palsy. This unit consists of an Olympus VN-5200PC digital recorder with switch-adapted stop and record buttons (switches not included). In Standard Play, it can record about 70 hours of lectures and in Long Play, over 400 hours can be recorded. It records in the Windows standard Windows Media Audio (WMA) format. With the included USB cable, it acts as a hard drive for a personal computer (PC) or Mac (512- megabyte flash drive). The WMA files play back from Windows in iTunes or any song-playing software, and can be played on a Mac with special software. The unit powers down after 5 minutes of non-use. Either switch wakes it up, and the next record switch press starts recording. It records sequentially without the need to set up folders. OPTIONS: Stand for the recorder and dual button box for switches.


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Switch-Adapted Voice Recorder (Model H-52)

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Rj Cooper & Associates
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Our company is based upon the continuing work of RJ Cooper, M.Ed. - ASD, creating and adapting, researching, assessing, and helping to implement special needs technology since 1983!  Considered one of the 'pioneers' of the field of Assistive Technology (AT), his 33 years of hands-on experience of trying to fit technology to persons with *any* ability, and of *any* age, allows him to come up with reasonably priced, practical solutions. We are flattered that most believe our company has a good heart and truly wants to help :-)

Phone: 800-752-6673
Fax: 949-582-3169
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Controls, Recreation, Computers