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Keep God's Word in hand, no matter where life takes you! Cutting-edge recording technology. Delivers a crystal-clear reading of God’s Word—80 hours pre-loaded and instantly accessible via this stand-alone device. Easily navigate your way through the entire King James Version (both Old and New Testaments) from Book to Book and Chapter to Chapter. Enter into God’s world as you listen to the magnificent voice narration by Dan Wagner and at a pace that you can follow along with.
- Complete King James Bible preloaded (both Old and New Testaments)
- 2 Line LCD displays the Book, Chapter and play time
- Resume listening at any point in the Bible
- Easy to use keys for playback, pause, fast forward and rewind
- Locking key prevents you from accidentally pressing the keys while listening
- Listen anywhere either through the included earbuds or connect your Speaking Holy Bible via the 3.5mm jack to your headphones or speakers
- Lightweight and ready to travel
- Battery Requirements: 1 AAA (not included)
- 1 Set Earbuds (included)
- User Manual in English (included)
- Dimensions without packaging: 3 x 2.3 x 0.50”
- Weight: 1.3 oz
Vendor: Franklin Electronics
Availability: No longer available.
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revmedIndianaAge: 45-54Gender: male2 Stars Out Of 5Not what I had hoped.April 8, 2014revmedIndianaAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 2Value: 2Meets Expectations: 2I ordered this electronic bible to aid with pronunciation of difficult words and names. When I got it, and started listening, I became disappointed with the initial sound quality; it was scratchy, like it was over driving the included earbuds. As I followed along with my bible, I noticed that some pronunciations did not follow the pronounciation guide in my bible. I even used different KJV bibles with the same results. Then, as I listened further, I noticed some skips, just a word here or there, which could easily be overlooked. Then, in Deuteronomy chapter 3, it skipped 6 consecutive verses! This is unacceptable! I am grossly disappointed with this item and would recommend spending a little more for Alexander Scourby reading the word. This item also has no bookmarks to resume where you left off, and you have to go through the entire menu to find your place.