For audiobooks, NLS also furnishes a machine to play these books. Originally that was a record player; then a cassette player; now it is a “Digital Talking Book Machine” (DTBM). Instead of a record or cassette, books are stored on flashdrives. Both the DTBM and cartridge that contains the flashdrive are provided on loan at no cost and are specifically designed for the needs of the print-disabled community. For example, both the DTBM and cartridge have both print and braille labels. The DTBM even allows the listener to adjust the pitch, speed, and volume of audiobooks.