i think you asked about tv's on this list if not sorry it must be the bcab list
but, this is of interest i think.
i have been doing some digging around with regards to this topic.
so, you could go for the tvonics to do what you want or go for a main stream tv
with speech access. in this regard i have looked at these tv's but for the most
access you need the 43 inches sony bravia tv's or like jackie has gone for the
samsung 40 inches tv. i looked at the 32 inches models and they must run on a
different os. the speech is no good at all on the 32 inches ones. i also looked
at the panasonic. these are all expensive though. if you listen to the podcast
done by jonathan mosen on the blind side podcast he demmo's the sony bravia
now to the pc with regards to the tv's i am not sure if anything exists that
would be accesible for us. years back i used to have the nebula set-up where i
could record and have channels read out it was great. i have a £16 tv set-up
from amazon that i got but you have to change your screen resolution to get it
to work and the access is rubbish no way to get ad on or do recordings. so, if
you want the best for all this the 43 inches and above will work for you but
it's apox £700 for this. it's a bit like using an android tablet.
now with regards to the apps on the phones there's toview on the i devices and
it works i think on android but again the access is not that good i cannot find
a way to get ad and do recordings on it.
maybe someone on list could help with this but again it's a thing rnib should
be pushing for us tv access.
i understand the new amazon echo's are out at the end of october it would be
great if this tech could be used to do tv in a much more accessible way for us
all. if only we could see a screen eh.
all the best then hope that helps.
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