We just made the best better still! All of the features of the Smooth Talker but now with 5 adaptive levels. The advanced memory management features in the new Smooth Talker with levels allocates memory as it’s used, meaning that you can have a different amount of recording time on each level to meet your exact needs. The only limit is a massive 8 minutes, spread across the five levels. So, for example, you can have four minutes of messages on level 1, and one minute on each of the other levels if you wish, or any other combination that adds up to 8 minutes. Memory allocation takes place automatically with no intervention by the user.
Whereas other manufacturers sell different products to fulfil each particular AAC requirement, Pretorian’s philosophy is to fulfil all your requirements in a single product, saving you time and money.
Perhaps the feature that makes Smooth Talker with Levels so popular is the choice of playback modes. Choose from:
Toy output can be added to any message and may be chosen on a message by message basis as it’s recorded. Although a toy socket is provided, Smooth Talker with Levels is a SimplyWorks device and so can be paired with a SimplyWorks toy controller such as Control or Control Pro, or can be used to turn on an appliance by pairing with Energise or iClick.
A further socket is provided for a second switch and is used in Choice, Converse, Auditory Prompt and Question/Answer modes, or may simply be used instead of the main switch in Sequential or either of the Random modes. Because Smooth Talker with Levels is a SimplyWorks device, it may be paired with a wireless switch too.
Uniquely, Smooth Talker with Levels has the facility to add messages to your existing recordings without needing to erase what you have previously recorded.
Smooth Talker with Levels is as simple or as complex as you need it to be- the choice is yours. There are some great resources online, such as videos and worksheets, so please take a look at our website to see the benefits that Smooth Talker with Levels can bring to AAC.