The "Saber" hand wind digital player
The Saber is a solid-state digital player with hand wind power.
It has an amplifier, speaker and sound box, so it can play at significant volume with good quality. This makes it ideal for use in groups. It handles speech and music equally well.
The Saber is powered from internal rechargeable batteries. A built in generator allows the machine to be recharged by turning the handle. External power sources, such as AC/DC power packs, solar panels, or batteries, can also be used to recharge the machine.
Operation of the device is simple, and can be easily mastered by people who are not literate and not technical.
The Saber plays recordings in MP3 and WMA format, stored on it's internal memory or an optional SD memory card. Sound files can be loaded onto the machine via a USB port. Optionally, GRN can load the machine with the desired recordings prior to shipping.
The Saber player builds on the extensive experience GRN has in hand wind playback devices. It has greater reliability and better sound reproduction than cassette players, for about the same cost as the Messenger II player.
The Saber has been designed particularly to enable the gospel to be presented in audio form to remote people all over the world. It is also ideally suited for other humanitarian purposes.
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.
But with such a vast amount of audio at your fingertips, how do you find what you want?
The Saber has a range of optional extras for recharging the machine and loading content.
An independent review of the Proclaimer, Ambassador and Saber solid state players.
Information about the batteries in the Saber, and options for recharging them.
Support information, and latest documents and software for the Saber hand wind MP3 player.
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.
The Saber player has many uses but is particularly useful for those who can't or don't read and those in remote locations where electricity is not reliably available.
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.
An update on the new "Saber" solid state player from GRN.
GRN is about to release a hand wind MP3 digital audio player, with built in generator, amplifier and speaker.
A quick history and photos of the development of the new solid state player.
Digital media in various permutations abound - CDs, MP3 players and the like, but we need to pick the most appropriate technology for our .
GRN is researching the next generation of solid-state playback technology for use in far flung mission fields