[BCAB] 32 inch samsung tv access
ben at benmr.com
Mon Mar 26 13:53:25 BST 2018
See if you can find a cheap LG. I believe that anything 2014 or newer will talk.
On 3/26/18, Graham Page <gpage at useit.plus.com> wrote:
> Well, let us kbnow how you get on. I must say myself that I won't even be
> interested personally in getting any of these accessible tvs until the cost
> falls below £300. It's just not worth it, given that I live alone and
> see the screen.
> Really, I'd like the price to fall below £200 since even a 26 inch screen
> would be huge for my requirements.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: john gallagher [mailto:john at pianotuner.plus.com]
> Sent: 26 March 2018 13:06
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> Subject: [BCAB] 32 inch samsung tv access
> hi all,
> i have been down to our local store this morning in rothwell and had a look
> at the samsung 32 inch smart tv ue 32m 5520 model which now has voice view
> on it. this seems to be just like what jacky can do with her 40 inch model
> it will speak channel numbers and the settings as well. i will be getting
> this model this coming wednesday morning as i have a big day tomorrow
> working then a big chess game tomorrow evening. for me in the store i had a
> good look at the device. again for me it is what i want and though only a
> series five tv it does all i want it to do.
> so, what i will be trying is to download an app called anymoat and use the
> samsung hub to be able to use this device with the echo device. if one
> on youtube this can be seen a person actually going through the steps to
> all this up. for a totally blind person this gives far more access on a
> slightly cheaper tv model.
> maybe if anyone is interested to how i get on with it all email me off list
> as i don't want to clog up the lists with this topic.
> cheers then. oh the telly cost me #445. you can get it cheaper i understand
> that but the guy who will come and set it up will put voice view on it and
> connect it to the net for me so i have a good start with it.
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