Daisy players are developed to read a spoken book, magazine or newspaper. The Daisyspeler is a kind of CD player designed specifically for the blind, visually impaired, dyslexic and low-literate. In the Daisy player you insert a CD, USB stick or SD memory card, which you can then navigate in the book as you can do in a black and white book. So jump from chapter to chapter, from page to page or paragraph to paragraph. You can also jump into time zones through a Daisy player or use the page search function. Manually create bookmarks is also possible.
There are different types of Daisy players, such as table models and pocket models with just a memory card. The most advanced Daisy player can read text-to-speech synthesized voice, including texts such as TXT, HTML, .DOC and .DOCX documents. There are even Daisyspelers who can use the software to read the TV subtitles of 12 Dutch and 7 Flemish channels. Internet radio is also a feature of the Daisy player.
The books are read in a library by a human voice and are therefore also fun and relaxed. You can also stream with the most comprehensive Daisy player, even with pocket models via Wi-Fi.
Daisy players work on AC power but can also turn on an battery pack to make it easy for on-road, work or in the garden. The Daisy player always remembers where you stayed, even if you remove the CD, USB or SD, and will read again where you stopped. An ideal tool for people with a reading or motor constraint, for example, people who can not beat the pages or keep a book.
A Daisy player can also be used as an ordinary CD player for music CDs or self-recorded CDs. There is also a headphone jack and a line-in jack for listening to speakers, for example.