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Audio; DAISY talking book players

Daisy is an acronym standing for 'Digital Accessible Information System'. These digital reading systems can play/show audio, text and pictures and make them accessible to individuals with visual difficulties that affect their ability to read printed material. Daisy material can be played on a stand alone Daisy player, or by using Daisy software on a computer (note this database does not include software, for details on Daisy software contact the RNIB). Users of Daisy players can navigate through the recording/book by sections, sub-sections, chapter or pages. Bookmarks can be inserted at any point, and there is a 'resume' option which continues playback from the point the reader last reached, (rather than going back to the beginning which is what happens with conventional CDs). Note that some CD players can play the audio content of a Daisy disc but that they will not give any of the navigation, bookmarking or other advanced features. View relevant references ‣

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