Hardware speech synthesizers

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Mon May 8 16:01:30 UTC 2017

Oh, okay. Which one be easier to set up with a modern computer?

Devin Prater
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Linux for blind general discussion <blinux-list at redhat.com> writes:

> That would be a DECTalk Express. 
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> Oh, wow. Yeah, we found a Dectalk, it was pretty small, way smaller than
> the Doubletalk. It had an AC adapter port, and two headphone-jack ports.

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