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Subject: RE: Archos Recorder 20gig Found

RE: Archos Recorder 20gig Found

From: rinty <>
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 2004 11:26:05 +0100

Hi Bazza, Yeh, I've got one, but also you might want to look on the
site at the FAQ for blind users that Christi, "may the hair on her
toes never grow thin", (JRR Tolkien) wrote.


With the front panel facing you and the display as the upper half of
the unit.

Nearest the display are a row of 3 small buttons. The left-hand one is
the menu key. The other 2 aren't any use to us blinkies.

Below this are up, down, left and right. In the middle is
play/enter/pause. It's a little round button. The other 4 have raised
arrows on them. In principle, when browsing for files and
directories, left and right take you back/up and forward/down a level,
up and down take you up and down a directory/file listing. When
playing, up/down do the volume, left and right, if pressed quickly go
forward and back a track, held fast forward/back through a track.

Hope that helps,


-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Barry Toner
Sent: 06 July 2004 16:25
To: Rockbox development
Subject: Archos Recorder 20gig Found

Hi guys.

I have been in contact with the product manager of

He has agreed to allocate one of the units for me that I can purchase

I wanted first of all to thank everyone that responded to my plees!

Can anyone give me a low down of the keypad layout on the thing as I
seen one of these.

I own a Jukebox 6000 as I think i mentioned before but have no idea
what the
AJR is like.

I am visually impaired so I won't be able to look at any images of the
player. And there's nowhere near me that has any in stores for me to

C'mon Rob you've one haven't you mate?


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But the
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