This demo is a little rough and ready - I recorded it on the Olympus DM4 and didn’t bother doing any editing - but I do think the point made in the demo is crystal clear for all to hear. If any of you want me to delve further into the radio itself then I can do.
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Hello everybody I posted a couple of days ago regarding the Victor Reader Stream and the Blaze ET. I’m very pleased to be able to report now that my Victor Reader Stream (2013 Generation) has decided that it does like my network after all, and it has now gone online and downloaded a major
Hello everybody Although this started off as a private one, I’m opening this up for public discussion as I think it is an interesting topic on which others might like to express their opinions and views. Perhaps I'm looking at this from the wrong perspective, but it seems to me rather like
That's the second portable Internet radio unit you have - or perhaps the third - let truth be told. Not only do you have your Blaze ET but you also have the Samsung Galaxy phone, command it to "Listen To BBC Radio 4" and see what happens . Happy Listening whatever and however you're
If you use the device manager and select the card, then go to the drivers tab and do an update check, it should work automatically. My compliments and kindest regards Gordon Smith:
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