Ang "Saber" MP3 player na pinapandar ng kamay

Ang Saber ay isang "digital player" na kayang paandarin ng kamay at magagamit sa lugar na walang koryente o di kailangan ang baterya na mahal ang presyo o mahirap mabili.

Mayroon itong amplifier, speaker at sound box kaya maari itong mkagawa ng malakas at magandang kalidad na tunog. Maganda itong gamitin sa malaking grupo. Kaya nitong magkaloob ng magandang tunog sa mga talumpati at mga awit.

Ang Saber ay napapaandar dahil sa kanyang sariling baterya na maaring kargahan ng paulit ulit. Mayron itong sariling "generator" sa loob kung saan nagagawa nitong kargahan ang baterya sa pamamagitan ng pag ikot ng hawakan. Maari din naman iting paandarin at kargahan ng ibang paraan gaya ng AC/DC power packs, "solar panels" o enerhiya galing sa araw, o kahit ng normal na baterya

Ang pag papaandar sa aparato ay simple lamang at madaling matutuhan kahit sa mga taong hindi pa masyadong marunong sa teknikal na aspeto.

Ang Saber ay nagpapatugtog ng mga awit o mensahe na ang pormat ay MP3 at WMA na nakalagay na sa kanyang panloob na memorya o kahit galing sa panlabas na "SD memory card". Ang mga tugtog ay maari ding mailagay sa aparato sa pamamagitan ng USB port. Maari ding piliing palagyan sa GRN ng mga nais na programa ng mensahe o awit ang aparato bago ito ipadala.

Ang Saber player ay dumaan na sa malawak na karanasan ng GRN sa mga aparatong pinapatakbo ng kamay. Ito ay mas maasahan at nagbibigay ng mas magandang kalidad ng tunog kaysa sa tradisyonal na "casette players" sa halos magkaparehong halaga ngMessenger II player.

Ang Saber ay idinisenyo partikular sa pagpapalaganap ng Mabuting Balita sa pamamagitan ng pakikinig ng mga taong nasa mga kubli at malalayong lugar sa buong mundo. Ito ay maganda ring gamitin sa iba pang mga mabuti at makabuluhang layunin.

  • Saber in Service - What the field testing revealed - As the Saber will be used to deliver the gospel in many areas of the world, it's of the utmost importance that it is reliable, easy to use, hard wearing, and practical.
  • The Heart of GRN: Telling the story of Jesus - From humble beginnings in the 1930s to the cutting edge technology of the 21st Century, GRN has continued to move forward in its quest to go into the whole world and preach the gospel to every creature.
  • Saber player Fact Sheet - GRN's new Saber is a "solid-state" digital audio player. The playback system is entirely electronic, with no moving parts. It uses the commonly available MP3 or WMA formats to enable large amounts of audio to be stored and played back at high quality.

Katulad na kaalaman

SaberCopy - Load up your Saber, MegaVoice player, SD cards, USB Drives and other MP3 players and smart phones

Electronic prophets speak in remote Australia - When the late Rev Mawunyndjil Garrawirrtja first saw the Saber audio device, it was the day he'd been diagnosed with terminal cancer.

Kagamitang Audio playback mula sa GRN - Matibay na audio player na ginagamitan ng kamay na magagamit na kung saan ang komersyal na player ay hinde maaasahan, o walang koryenteng dadaluyan o napakamahal.

The Saber in Use - A collection of testimonials to the Saber player.

PNG: Using the Saber - Feedback from Papua New Guinea on the Saber player

Thailand: That Little Box Speaks My Language - Feedback from Thailand on the Saber player

Memorable Milestones: How Shall they Hear? - To paraphrase the Apostle Paul: "How shall they hear (the recordings) without a player?"

Memorable Milestones: Keeping Up With Technology - Joy Ridderhof's simple but brilliant idea took her down a path of high-tech equipment to reach low-tech people.

Saber player Fact Sheet - GRN's new Saber is a "solid-state" digital audio player. The playback system is entirely electronic, with no moving parts. It uses the commonly available MP3 or WMA formats to enable large amounts of audio to be stored and played back at high quality.

A first glimpse of the Saber player (historic) - The Saber player is a hand wind MP3 player currently in development by GRN. This video shows some of the prototypes in action.