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Cutting-edge recording technology delivers the complete text of Scripture—over 70 hours—in MP3 format. In addition, the DVD includes an easy-to-navigate PDF interface for Mac or PC, with access to a variety of Bible listening plans which can also be loaded as playlists.
This package includes both DVD and CD-ROMs:
- Includes all files on one DVD
- Easily loaded onto Macintosh or Windows computer with DVD-ROM drive
- Compatible with newer MP3 devices (128 kpbs sample rate)
- Can be played on MP3-enabled DVD player
- Includes playlists for devotional reading
- 4 GB of files
- Can be played on MP3-enabled CD or DVD player or loaded onto MP3 device
- Compact MP3 files (64 kpbs sample rate) require only 1.9 GB
Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
Publication Date: 2008
Let the power of the Scriptures refresh your soul and encourage you in daily life when you listen to the New King James Version of the Bible. The New King James Version is a fresh, completely updated translation that is faithful to the accuracy and beauty of the KJV in contemporary, understandable language. This recording, which is carefully read word-for-word by masterful narrator Stephen Johnston, features the NKJV without background music.
Cutting-edge recording technology delivers the complete text of Scripture--over 70 hours--in MP3 format. In addition, the DVD includes an easy-to-navigate PDF interface for Mac or PC, with access to a variety of Bible listening plans which can also be loaded as playlists.
This package includes both DVD and CDs:
• Includes all files on one DVD
• Easily loaded onto Macintosh or Windows computer with DVD-ROM drive
• Compatible with newer MP3 devices (128 kpbs sample rate)
• Can be played on MP3-enabled DVD player
• Includes playlists for devotional reading
• 4 GB of files
• Can be played on MP3-enabled CD or DVD player or loaded onto MP3 device
• Compact MP3 files (64 kpbs sample rate) require only 1.9 GB
Pastor1 Stars Out Of 5EditedFebruary 4, 2016PastorQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1Terrible! Editors have changed the speed of audio. I work with audio editors for radio broadcast and this product has been edited poorly. Voice quality changes, speed, etc.
There is not even a half second pause between verses in most places. It makes it terrible to follow along in the bible and words run together at this speed.
JDShadowN/AAge: 55-65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Great Translation to the NKJVSeptember 12, 2015JDShadowN/AAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Stephen Johnston is the narrator to this MP3 Disc. He is great, it is very clear audible voice.
--d.w.homeAge: Over 65Gender: Male1 Stars Out Of 560 reading errors -- Stephen Johnston reading NKJVApril 28, 2015--d.w.homeAge: Over 65Gender: MaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0After being a Christian for 40 years and periodically attempting various Bible reading plans, I finally realized that my learning style fit reading the text while I listened to a professional reader (and on fast-speed mp3) and I made it though the whole Bible in two months (this is survey Bible reading). The reader did not stop to underline or to ponder, he did not stumble over big words, .... and in 30 minutes I had read/listened to 30 minutes of audio! Also, keeping a sharp eye out for reading errors kept me alert -- I found 60+ (mostly minor) and sent the table of errors to Hendrickson publishers. Sadly, the product is still dated 2008 and contains these errors. NOTE: After all, this is the Bible and no printed Bible would have this level of errors.
Don3 Stars Out Of 5Good Reading; Disappointing EditingDecember 27, 2014DonQuality: 2Value: 4Meets Expectations: 1I like Stephen Johnston's voice better than most, and I'm thinking that the speed may not be him as I have another recording by him that is not as fast. I don't know for sure, but perhaps the editors sped up the recording deliberately. It seems that wherever there is a caption in the text, someone edited it out and left only a tiny fraction of a second between sentences. This makes it sound like run-on sentences. I'm using an audio editing program to insert longer silences and that seems to help, but is very time consuming. Don't know how to account for the drastic volume and quality changes, but if nothing else, they do draw my attention back when my mind starts wandering.
BrianHouston, TXAge: 25-34Gender: male4 Stars Out Of 5RecommendAugust 27, 2014BrianHouston, TXAge: 25-34Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Stephen Johnson has an engaging an easy to listen to voice. It is also clear that the editors were meticulous about the pronunciation of Hebrew names. There are no sound effects with the narration (which for me is a good thing). When you buy this MP3 Bible you get two copies, the whole Bible on one DVD, and another copy split into three CDs. Before beginning each book (sometimes small books are lumped together), the narrator provides a ~30 second introduction. The negative comments about changing volume and not enough pauses are fair. It appears that they may have used a different microphone or studio when they recorded revisions to the original recording and then they edited out pauses (maybe to squeeze it onto so many CDs).
Q: Can I download the NKJV complete audio bible on MP3 (WW562781) I understand from some questions answered that this product cannot be played on a standard CD player.I would like to purchase this produce but am not sure whether or not it will work on my nano ipod?MY question is can I download this MP3 NKJV audio bible onto my nano ipod from my computer & will the sound quality be the same? Thank you for any help you can give me.
Yes, this can be downloaded to your computer and transferred to your MP3 device. The sound quality would not be adversely affected by the file transfer, but may be affected by the quality of the playback equipment.
Q: the audio bible MP3 by stephen johnston, can you chose a book to listen to? I would like to know if I can choose individual book to listen to or does it go from Gen. to revelation?
Yes, you can choose individual books to listen to.