A simple & intuitive DAB radio, features include:
Featuring intelligent voice prompts confirming all main operations, adjustable EQ settings to fine tune the sound, ergonomic buttons that are big and super easy to use and an extra loud volume range.
The Silver Sever has an integrated USB socket, the main reason for this is to allow users to access RNIB’s library of 25 thousand talking books, which includes a wide range of fiction and non-fiction titles. The USB socket allows playback of MP3 files, which could also be used to play favourite albums and songs.
The radio can also record and playback 4 separate voice reminders, ideal for messages from family members or carers, that can be played back at programmed times on a daily basis, perfect for reinforcing important daily routines.
The radio can also provide audible and visual alerts to warn when room temperatures get too low.
Powered by mains or 4 x AA 1.5V batteries.
The radio has an extra-large display with high contrast characters using lower and upper case fonts, making it is easier to read for those visually impaired. When the buttons are pressed, the radio plays audible confirmation making it suitable for the blind. Voice prompts are used to guide the visually impaired. The radio has one convex and one concave control button for easy identification and includes DAB, FM and USB. It is compatible with talking books, including RNIBS talking book service.
Designed for the elderly, the Silver Server’s buttons are spaced for simple use, the essential radio control buttons are on shown on top with detailed buttons used for setup concealed beneath the flap. The radio preset buttons light up when in use making it easier to navigate.
Simple to use and program, the Silver Server allows a relative or carer to record personalised messages to playback at scheduled times daily; this is ideal for pill reminders or food & drink prompts. Record, store and playback four ten-second voice memos. The radio has an inbuilt temperature alert that plays an audible warning when the temperature gets too cold in the room.
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