Media Players

Access entertainment from broadcast, streaming, or personal players.
A black travel case shown next to a medium-sized, black, and rectangular device, with a spool of cord, and other electrical components.

Audio loop amplification system designed for use by individuals who are hard of hearing.

A medium-sized dark grey device resembling an old-fashioned radio, with two round dials, various menu buttons, a built-in speaker, and a small LCD display panel on the front.

AM, FM and HD radio with voice output controls and reading service receiver designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision.

Small rectangular electronic device with black frame and LCD display showing lines of enlarged text.

A handheld video magnifier that features a 7” LCD screen with anti-glare coating, an HD camera, and a built-in stand.

Black rectangular shape with a large, red oval-shaped boombox with speakers on the right and left and colorful sound level bars in the middle.

A Windows-based program developed specifically for students with special needs that allows a user to utilize a virtual stereo (boombox).

Small black device with lanyard on left and a side panel view of the device on right showing connector ports and control knobs.

A battery-powered, portable, receiver that allows the user to benefit from an Audio Frequency Induction Loop System using a standard pair of stereo headphones.

Main screen showing the name of the software and links to other functions.

A free telecaption authoring program for making digital videos that can be displayed using QuickTime, RealPlayer, or Windows Media Player accessible to people with vision or hearing disabilities.

A tall, black, and cylindrical device resembling a tower. A quote reads, "Alexa, what's the weather?"

Hands-free speaker users control with their voice that is linked to the Amazon Alexa Voice Service, a virtual assistant.  

 A laptop computer with large, high-contrast text displayed across the full width of the screen. Use the keyboard arrow buttons to navigate up and down across the screen. This computer comes with a flat-bed scanner, headphones, and a small MP3 player.

The LapTalk Computer for visually impaired is the most intuitive computer for the blind available. The LapTalk empowers visually impaired users to instantly “get online” with no training required! Plug it in, and you’re ready to go.

Medium-sized monitor with a connected platform underneath at its base. The platform allows materials to be placed and magnified. On the bottom front edge of the monitor, there are three round knobs.

Desktop video magnification system for individuals with low vision.

Circular control unit with five buttons along the top curve and one center dial.

A compact multimedia controller that gives the user programmability and ergonomic control over multimedia applications. It features five programmable buttons, a jog dial, and a Shuttle wheel.