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2,058 total votes have been cast on this survey | 241 user comments  ( edit survey )

Have you had any problems listening to sermons?
Created: 1/2/2004 | Last Vote: 7 months ago | Comment: 7 years ago
Disclaimer: These surveys are created by PLUS or FULL Members of the site and, unless specified, are not created by the SermonAudio staff nor do they necessarily reflect the site's position on any topic.

 •   None. Everything seems to work perfect.
  68% | 1,406 votes

 •   Streaming Problems. Downloading is OK but I experience problems when streaming only.
  9% | 181 votes

 •   Downloading Problems. Streaming is OK but I experience problems when trying to download only.
  8% | 160 votes

 •   Both Streaming and Downloading Problems. I cannot stream or download sermons for some reason.
  8% | 167 votes

 •   No answer. Skip this survey, I do not care to vote on this topic.
  7% | 144 votes

   

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Survey4/2/10 11:32 AM
Lewis V. | Columbus, Ohio  Protected NameContact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by Lewis V.
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Until about a week ago, I was listening to Spurgeon's Morning and Evening devotional daily using my Blackberry. It was great! I had a bookmark set in my browser that would take me to the page each day.

About a week ago, the bookmark stopped working. It now takes me to a page that starts with a list of languages, then tells me about an iPhone app, but I can't find a way to get to the Spurgeon devotional anymore. What a disappointment.

Anyone have any ideas?


Survey8/31/09 3:06 PM
Vicky | Minnesota  Contact via emailFind all comments by Vicky
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I am wondering how to use the fast forward arrow and back arrow when listening to the semons. If I get an interuption and press pause and then start it again but want to go back just a little, I press the back arrow and it goes to the beginning.
Help anyone?
Thanks.
Vicky

Survey8/7/09 11:38 AM
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agpost wrote:
Tried to listen to the sermon "Eternal Sonship" by John Murray. The response was "Windows media player" - "cannot find the file."
Thank you for letting us know about this. All should be OK now.

Survey8/7/09 10:37 AM
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Tried to listen to the sermon "Eternal Sonship" by John Murray. The response was "Windows media player" - "cannot find the file."

Survey6/9/09 12:41 AM
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mrmyers wrote:
Do you have an application for blackberry or just iphone?
We do not (yet) have support for the Blackberry. But we would love to one day. We support the iPhone, Windows Mobile, Palm, and Symbian (Nokia) phones at present. Thank you.

Survey6/8/09 7:56 PM
mrmyers | omaha  Contact via emailFind all comments by mrmyers
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Do you have an application for blackberry or just iphone?

Survey5/15/09 2:01 AM
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Alex wrote:
I have been going through the series on Ecclesiastes by Dr. Philip Ryken of Tenth Presbyterian Church.
I have listened to the early sermons in the series from your site but now only the later ones seem to be available.
Is there a reason why the earlier sermons are not available anymore?
You will need to contact Tenth directly with this question. Thank you!

Survey5/13/09 6:22 PM
Alex | Wisconsin  Contact via emailFind all comments by Alex
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I have been going through the series on Ecclesiastes by Dr. Philip Ryken of Tenth Presbyterian Church.

I have listened to the early sermons in the series from your site but now only the later ones seem to be available.

Is there a reason why the earlier sermons are not available anymore?


Survey3/21/09 1:12 AM
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Gay Wood wrote:
I would like to submit an autobiography for Jack Wood via email but I am unable to do so. Is there a way to send this to sermonaudio via email?
You can email any bio's to us at [email protected] Please keep it brief at one paragraph. Thank you!

Survey3/20/09 9:38 PM
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I would like to submit an autobiography for Jack Wood via email but I am unable to do so. Is there a way to send this to sermonaudio via email?

Survey3/13/09 12:37 AM
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jimbo01 wrote:
i have difficulty becoming a member because we dont have a zip code in n.i.hence your site does not allow me in. we have a post code.
The ZIP code field is optional. You can leave it blank. But, (for others) if you live the USA, please supply a ZIP code! Thank you!

Survey3/12/09 11:40 AM
jimbo01 | belfast n.i.  Contact via emailFind all comments by jimbo01
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i have difficulty becoming a member because we dont have a zip code in n.i.hence your site does not allow me in. we have a post code.

Survey2/23/09 4:57 PM
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literally all of them

SermonAudio.com wrote:
You will need to help us out a bit more by specifying which sermon exactly you are referring to and if it happens to any other sermons.
Thank you!
Steven Lee

Survey2/22/09 10:35 PM
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ABCD wrote:
The sermon plays for a minute and then all audio is lost, but the time is still going.
You will need to help us out a bit more by specifying which sermon exactly you are referring to and if it happens to any other sermons.

Thank you!
Steven Lee


Survey2/22/09 10:18 PM
ABCD | Georgia  Find all comments by ABCD
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The sermon plays for a minute and then all audio is lost, but the time is still going.

Survey1/31/09 2:28 PM
DJC49 | Florida  Contact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by DJC49
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P. Resby wrote:
Thanks for that DJC49.
I have never experienced it before although I have used Greek in previous posts. But you could well be right.
Perhaps SA would like to comment?
P. Resby --
I little while ago, I performed an "experiment" on this thread. Here's what I did:

I filled an entire "Add Comment" window with 1300 GREEK letter characters then hit the *Submit Comment* button.

I then noticed that ONLY 217 GREEK letter characters filled the actual post!

Which leads me to believe that for every GREEK letter character you use in an *Add Comment* window, approximately 6 character spaces are gobbled up! (1300/217 = 5.99)

And guess what ...
You stated that some 141 (?) spaces were not allowed when you tried to post. Well, there were a total of 24 GREEK letter characters in the post you actually made. Those 24 "ate up" those 141 spaces. (24 x 5.99 = 143.76)

So I think my theory might hold some water.
(which goes right along with the entire "baptism" theme)


Survey1/31/09 1:36 PM
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DJC49 wrote:
P. Resby,
I'm making an "educated guess" here, and this is what I've found to be true:
Whenever GREEK letter characters are used within a post, their usage somehow lessens the overall amount of characters [1300] allowable per post. And seeing that within your post of 1/31/09 12:08 PM there are GREEK letter characters in BOTH portions of what you quoted of *KK* [ βαπτίζω (twice), and βάπτω ] and what you posted in response [ εισ ], you were thereby cut short considerably of the alotted 1300 characters per post.
Does this make sense?
Using actual GREEK letters ANYWHERE in a post somehow "eats up" the available posting character allotment.
Thanks for that DJC49.

I have never experienced it before although I have used Greek in previous posts. But you could well be right.
Perhaps SA would like to comment?


Survey1/31/09 12:37 PM
DJC49 | Florida  Contact via emailGo to homepageFind all comments by DJC49
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P. Resby wrote:
Just put a post into the thread
"What is the Scriptural mode of baptism"
And was cut off at the bottom, leaving 141 letters which it would not allow me to post?
I tried to "edit" the post but with the same end result.
P. Resby,
I'm making an "educated guess" here, and this is what I've found to be true:

Whenever GREEK letter characters are used within a post, their usage somehow lessens the overall amount of characters [1300] allowable per post. And seeing that within your post of 1/31/09 12:08 PM there are GREEK letter characters in BOTH portions of what you quoted of *KK* [ βαπτίζω (twice), and βάπτω ] and what you posted in response [ εισ ], you were thereby cut short considerably of the alotted 1300 characters per post.

Does this make sense?

Using actual GREEK letters ANYWHERE in a post somehow "eats up" the available posting character allotment.


Survey1/31/09 12:08 PM
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Just put a post into the thread
"What is the Scriptural mode of baptism"

And was cut off at the bottom, leaving 141 letters which it would not allow me to post?
I tried to "edit" the post but with the same end result.


Survey11/16/08 2:04 PM
Arthur | Scotland  Find all comments by Arthur
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Recently I have experienced a long delay after clicking on to a selected sermon, before getting to the sermon web page to play it.
This does not happen when I select other sites of yours, eg news items.
Any thoughts?

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