[access-uk] Re: Sonata Radio

Hello Brian and all, 

I suggest you explore the link given in an email not long after your enquiry. 

The cost, with postage, I think is £299. I am not 100 % certain, but I think 
there is only one supplier. Searching for lower prices on different outlets 
will fail. 

If that seems expensive for an Internet radio, then consider the other 
features, given in the main menu: 

Sonata announces itself as an, Internet Audio Service. 

Here is the main menu, the numbers given are the number of sub-menus.: 

#1. Radio stations (As many as you like) and Podcasts (15). 
#2. Publications (6). 
#3. News programmes (5). 
#4. My bookmarks. 
#5. Information. 

The number of sub-menus does not give any indication of what is contained 
within. For example, one of the Publications sub-menus  is, Audio Books, and 
has 4 sub-sub-menus. I followed the, Books should be free option, and found 27 
categories. I selected, Fiction, and there was another menu with 20 categories. 
I selected, Fiction list 10, and it contained 32 items. In that list of 32, 
there was, Emma, Northanger Abbey, Persuasion,  Sense and Sensibility. 

I have no doubt similar tree-like menus will be found in all the Audio Book 
menus. If you do not wish to suffer future frustration, in trying to find a 
particular book, you noticed last week, take careful notes of which menu, 
sub-menu, sub-sub-menu, you went down, when you went exploring in order to find 
that title. You in effect, have a virtual library at your disposal, and noting 
which virtual aisle, and virtual shelf the book was on, will save much 
annoyance. 

Paul Benson. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Dalton - Email Address: brian_dalton@xxxxxxxxxx
Sent On: 19/06/2011 19:58
Sent To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx - Email Address: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Sonata Radio

Thanks Paul,

Where is the best place to find out more info such as pricing, on the
Sonata?

Brian.

-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
Paul Benson
Sent: 19 June 2011 17:52
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Sonata Radio

Hello Brian and all,

Yes, you can manage your radio list yourself, you will need to ask WFB for
the 5 digit usercode for your Sonata. Next, you will need to create a
password. A few seconds on the phone with the office will suffice.

Once set-up, you can access the database, and add/remove at your leisure.

I prefer to phone the office, but that is more a measure of my computing
skills, rather than the database site.

Paul Benson.

-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Dalton - Email Address: brian_dalton@xxxxxxxxxx Sent On:
19/06/2011 17:40 Sent To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx - Email Address:
access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Sonata Radio

Hi,

I was looking at the Pure Evoke Flow yesterday, and would have loved to
purchase one. However, it is totaly inaccessible as the favourites stored,
have to be accessed through a touch screen.

I'm looking at purchasing an internet radio, and am wondering if you can
manually add stations to the Sonata internet radio yourself?

Brian.

-----Original Message-----
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
David Russell
Sent: 18 June 2011 15:00
To: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [access-uk] Sonata Radio

Hi all

I have now had a demo of the sonata and will be purchasing it this week.  If
anyone has any good ideas about radio stations and/or podcasts which I might
like to put on my list, then please send them to me privately at 

David.russell8@xxxxxxxxxxxx

Thanks to everyone for being so helpful in getting me to this stage.  My
interests, for podcasts and radio are books, music of all kinds, most sports
but mainly football and cricket.

The only two podcasts which readily come to mind are blindcooltech and the t
and t consultancy podcasts.  Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
David 
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