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I am not telling anybody what they should or should not do, but if you want to keep the moderator wannabees from getting their panties in a bunch, there is a Tech Talk list that would be a good place for this topic.
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On 9/16/2022 5:19 PM, Feliciano G wrote:
From my experience, the insignia TVs that have fire TV included are not worth the money. They seem to have slow processors and fire TV is slow and unreliable. You are better off getting a fire cube or fire TV stick and connect it to a TV.
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On Sep 16, 2022, at 1:54 PM, Glenn / Lenny <glenn@...> wrote:
I wonder if folks can post the steps for invoking accessibility on their
I want to be prepared to try that at the store if we don't get a fire TV.
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From: "Curtis Delzer" <curtis@...>
Sent: Friday, September 16, 2022 1:17 AM
Subject: Re: OT, Accessible TV Recommendations
Vizeo? quite accessible!
On 9/15/2022 6:07 PM, Glenn / Lenny wrote:
We are looking for an accessible smart TV.
Perhaps smart TVs might be all we can get new any more.
Wal-mart has a lot, some Philips and Roku TVs.
I'm reluctant to get a Roku, because I have a Roku stick device that is
the Firestick, but the TTS is terrible, and I would not want to deal with
that deplorable voice in the TV menus.
But I want to be able to access the TV menus and set up input options,
scanning the antenna and selecting HDMI lines too.
Can anyone make any suggestions?