One thing you can do is record yourself reading the books of the Old Testament that the Protestants have removed, and then listen to this recording to supplement an existing audio recording that only includes the Protestant canon. There are a lot of ways you can make your own audio file depending on the technology you have. Many laptops have a built-in mic, or you can purchase a mic for the computer with a USB port that you can use to record an audio file onto your computer. After making the audio file, you can burn a CD or put the file on an ipod, your phone, or some other mp3 player. I have known others who have recorded themselves reading the entire Psalter, various canons and prayers from the prayer book, etc. to play through the headphones when commuting long distances, taking a long walk, doing the dishes, etc. I think that's a wonderful use of modern technology.
Growing up I listened to various audio versions of the Bible but I today find them all distasteful for one reason or another. If I had to pick, I would probably not listen to a "dramatized" rendition with multiple voices playing different parts, sound effects, etc.