[sib-access] Re: O.t but need your opinion BLT 2000

Sir kevin:
I have a problem is that my sound card is at the end of my  computer of
cores, so it's too difficult to find a cable that is so tall to come from
back to top,
So what can I do to use the earphone?



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[mailto:sib-access-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Kevin Gibbs
Sent: Saturday, January 14, 2012 6:52 PM
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Subject: [sib-access] Re: O.t but need your opinion BLT 2000

Ramy,
A braille display is not the way to go in your case. What you need to do is
route JAWS to a pair of headphones that only you can hear while having your
music go out to your speakers for your clients. Since I don't know how your
studio is configured, I don't know how to exactly do that. But it can be
done. Perhaps someone else on this list will help with that particular
problem. Again, don't use a braille display. It's not the right move.

Actually, if you're just doing Sibelius stuff, it's possible that your
clients don't need to hear the music at all. Therefore if you can just have
everything going to your headphones for you, you'll be fine.
Kevin

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On Jan 14, 2012, at 6:17 AM, Ramy Moustafa <nagham.lovers@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi all:
> On my studio, I hate when jaws speaking and many clients were so upset, so
I
> tried to buy a Braille display or something, but it is so expensive
really,
> so I thought to use my jaws until I can find a solution, but today, a
friend
> here in Egypt told me that he has the Braille lite 2000 and he needs to
sell
> it, about $500, is it good price?
> I know it's too old, but it's dots r not bad, but don't know wheather it
> will work with windows 7 or not, and how will I use it with a serial
cable.
> So what's your opinion?
> Will it work with sib  scripts, that I can mute my jaws to avoid
listening
> to it?
> And it's just 18 cells, I know it's small but will it be ok with Sibelius
> when reading notes??
> And sorry for asking, but I need a manual for it, I went to FS web site,
but
> can't find a manula for it, I think it's too old.
> So please please, I need your honest opinion, about if I can buy it or no,
> and  it's price is reasonable or what.
> Any help will be highly abbreciated and sorry for my long email, but this
is
> the 1st time for me to use this Braille display.
> 
>    
> 
> 
> Cheers:
> Ramy Moustafa
> Owner and producer of Harmony recording studios.
> Mobile:
> 00201002221750
> Personal email:
> ramy.moustafa.s@xxxxxxxxx
> Msn and aim messengers:
> flutelover@xxxxxxxx
> Studio email:
> harmonystudio2010@xxxxxxxxx
> facebook profile:
> httP://www.facebook.com/moustafa.ramy
> Twitter:
> moustafa.ramy@xxxxxxxxx
> youtube chanael:
> www.youtube.com/ramymoustafasaber
> 
> 
> Cheers:
> Ramy Moustafa
> Owner and producer of Harmony recording studios.
> Mobile:
> 00201002221750
> Personal email:
> ramy.moustafa.s@xxxxxxxxx
> Msn and aim messengers:
> flutelover@xxxxxxxx
> Studio email:
> harmonystudio2010@xxxxxxxxx
> facebook profile:
> httP://www.facebook.com/moustafa.ramy
> Twitter:
> moustafa.ramy@xxxxxxxxx
> youtube chanael:
> www.youtube.com/ramymoustafasaber
> 
> 
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