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Featuring a phone-like touchpad, the Victor Reader Stream is a handheld audio player that lets you listen to books, newspapers, web radio, music, and other online resources. Simple to use, it packs all your media into place and gives you 15 hours of battery life, leaving more time to enjoy your content.

With Victor Reader Stream, it's so easy to take your books, music, and more wherever you go. Imagine being able to listen to the latest novels, magazines, or your favourite music, video or audio description, and your own voice recordings, all in the palm of your hand. With its sleek, compact design and easy-to-grip edges, the digital media player gives you hours of listening wherever you are and a superior text-to-speech experience in multiple languages.

Combining versatility and ease of use, the Victor Reader Stream is specifically designed to make reading easy. More than just an audio player, its wireless capabilities will open up a world of possibilities.

Wireless that worksMake any amplifier, turntable, powered speakers, or subwoofer wirelessPlays all your music from any audio device, player or streaming appEasy setup, pre-paired, no network connection or password to enterExtended-range CD-quality stereo soundPlace your subwoofer anywhereAdd extra W3 receivers and stream music to up to 3 audio systemsPlays all music formats from any media playerWorks with any product with an audio input or outputLow-latency for seamless video syncBuilt-in audiophile DAC for USB computer connection2.4 GHz wifi with dynamic channel selection

Android and Windows devices let you choose the information you share between devices. So, for instance, you can choose to share phone audio, media audio, contacts, and text messages with your car. If you don't need to share all of the data, deselecting one or more of the types of information may enable the devices to pair.

On systems with only one audio port for both input and output, you may need to change the output to an input. On Windows you can do that in the audio interface's own control panel. On Mac, use the Input tab of "Sound" in System Preferences and change the \xe2\x80\x9cUse audio port for:" menu to "Sound Input".

Blu-ray permits secondary audio decoding, whereby the disc content can tell the player to mix multiple audio sources together before final output.[151] Some Blu-ray and HD DVD players can decode all of the audio codecs internally and can output LPCM audio over HDMI. Multichannel LPCM can be transported over an HDMI connection, and as long as the AV receiver implements multichannel LPCM audio over HDMI and implements HDCP, the audio reproduction is equal in resolution to HDMI 1.3 bitstream output. Some low-cost AV receivers, such as the Onkyo TX-SR506, do not allow audio processing over HDMI and are labelled as "HDMI pass through" devices.[152][153] Virtually all modern AV Receivers now offer HDMI 1.4 inputs and outputs with processing for all of the audio formats offered by Blu-ray Discs and other HD video sources. During 2014 several manufacturers introduced premium AV Receivers that include one, or multiple, HDMI 2.0 inputs along with a HDMI 2.0 output(s). However, not until 2015 did most major manufacturers of AV receivers also support HDCP 2.2 as needed to support certain high quality UHD video sources, such as Blu-ray UHD players.

Even with an HDMI output, a computer may not be able to produce signals that implement HDCP, Microsoft's Protected Video Path, or Microsoft's Protected Audio Path.[157][166] Several early graphic cards were labelled as "HDCP-enabled" but did not have the hardware needed for HDCP;[167] this included some graphic cards based on the ATI X1600 chipset and certain models of the NVIDIA Geforce 7900 series.[167] The first computer monitors that could process HDCP were released in 2005; by February 2006 a dozen different models had been released.[168][169] The Protected Video Path was enabled in graphic cards that had HDCP capability, since it was required for output of Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD video. In comparison, the Protected Audio Path was required only if a lossless audio bitstream (such as Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD MA) was output.[157] Uncompressed LPCM audio, however, does not require a Protected Audio Path, and software programs such as PowerDVD and WinDVD can decode Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD MA and output it as LPCM.[157][164][165] A limitation is that if the computer does not implement a Protected Audio Path, the audio must be downsampled to 16-bit 48 kHz but can still output at up to 8 channels.[157] No graphic cards were released in 2008 that implemented the Protected Audio Path.[157] 350c69d7ab


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