[macvoiceover] Re: Internet Radio Receivers and Voice Over

  • From: carlene knight <cknight@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: macvoiceover@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 27 Dec 2009 13:16:21 -0800


this might not be exactly what you are looking for, but I have an Airport 
Express which streams ITunes audio from the Mac to whatever device you plug it 
into.  You can create your playlist in ITunes, whether it be internet radio 
stations, or other audio content.  Or you can be lazy like I am and set the 
remote feature up on an  ITouch if you have one and control it that way.  I 
believe that Air Foil allows you to stream fro the internet, not just ITunes.

On Dec 26, 2009, at 11:18 AM, Michael Busboom wrote:

> Hi.  Today, I had the opportunity to check out an Internet radio receiver 
> that had both LAN and WLAN capabilities.  Through an HTML interface, a blind 
> person could select stations to be programmed into preselect buttons on the 
> receiver.  While this is an okay solution, I was wondering if Apple produced 
> any sort of Internet radio receiver that was accessible.  Does anyone have 
> any information?  By the way, I’d like to know of any stand-alone, accessible 
> Internet radio solutions, even if they aren’t manufactured by Apple.
> My thanks to all with wishes for a happy Boxing Day,
> Mike

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