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Talking clock
also called a "speaking clock" or "auditory clock"

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  1. a timekeeping device that presents the time as sounds

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    created by user picturefactobot on April 1, 2009
  2. may present the time solely as sounds, such as a phone-based time service (see Speaking clock) or a clock for the hearing impaired, or may have a sound feature in addition to an analog or digital face

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  3. Most modern talking clocks are based on speech-synthesis integrated circuits that generate speech from sampled, stored data

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  4. Although they would not be considered to be speaking, clocks have incorporated noisemakers such as clangs, chimes, gongs, melodies, and the sounds of cuckoos or roosters from almost the beginning of the mechanical clock era

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