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i do quite a bit of mixing and listen to all genres of musics, i have never heard such great bass coming from a pair of head phones it is like having a club inside your head.
The headphone has a small jack plug on it and will work in all audio devices that have a jack output.
They fold up to a very small neat parcel, the chord is quite long so it is great to listen to in bed if your HiFi is next to your side table,
The only downfall is once expanded they are quite large and the top part doesn't adjust so the width can't be changed.
The cable is very strong and durable and despite the abuse it receives floating around inside my pocket there hasn't been any damage or wear to the cable joints, the padded ear part has worn a bit but i do wear them for at least 2 hours a day since i got them. the picture graphics are still in perfect as new condition.
If your a music lover there worth the couple of extra pounds for the great sounds.
I got this T.V about one month ago, the picture quality is amazing even on non HD channels. It is my first flat screen T.V i upgraded from an old JVC27 inch (which was about a foot deep. The T.V was very easy to set up, i'm currently running sky plus through it. all i had to do was lug the cables in and it worked without the need to do any additional setting or preference changes. It has many features such connectivity to a computer so it is like having a giant computer monitor. You can also plug a usb memory stick into the the side of the t.v and view pictures however i am not sure how this works as i have tried a few times and nothing happens, The T.V is surprisingly light as the old one took two people and a lot of struggling to lift it this one is very light, my main fear when i was looking at it in the shop was it looked top heavy. The stand at the bottom is tiny, and doesn't look very sturdy however i am pleasantly surprised it doesn't need any additional fixing or mounting to my t.v stand and is very stable, The remote functions are all very easy to use and understand and most buttons are familiar, but there is a picture in the supplied book that explains the not so familiar ones.
The pre installed speakers sound great i have only gone up to 25 (about a third of the way up) and that was really loud not tried maximum loudness but don't want to scare the dog,
i have the volume about 1/4 of the way up for normal use and it seems perfect, i listened to some really basey rock on the radio and it sounded good, better than i expected from a t.v but more like a quality sound system,
overall if your thinking of making the leap and updating from an old fashion t.v this is a good reasonably priced option you should consider.
My only problem now is trying to find a home for the pictures and the old clock that used to live on top of my old T.V.
A story revolving around a group of early 20 somethings, based in the town of Runcorn in Northern England,
the show was written by susan nixon, and was broadcast on the bbc and then released to dvd 8 series have been produced so far with musical specials and a horror spoof special,
there were 8 series in total with a comic relief special and a final 2 part aftermath series.
the main characters were
Gary "Gaz" Wilkinson (Played by Will Mellor)
Janet Keogh (Played by Sheridan Smith)
Donna Wilkinson (Played By Natalie Casey)
Louise Brooks (Played by Kathryn Drysdale)
Jonny Keogh (Played by Ralf Little series 1-6)
Flo Henshaw (Played by Beverley Callard series 1-3)
"Munch" Wilkinson (Played by Lee Oakes series 3-5, 7)
Tim Claypole (Played by Luke Gell series 7)
Wesley Presley (Played by Thomas Nelstrop seires 8)
there are a few other regular extra's such as arthur and the bar maid in the earlier series of the show
The show starts with janet and johny as a couple and focuses on there story as a couple up untill when jonny dies after being eating by a shark in the start of series 7, he doesn't make an apperance in the epsiode but the focus is around his death. the final episodes are related to gaz donna and janets triangular relation ship and gaz must decide which one to be with.
there are to pubs in the show which are a main focal point of the show the archer hotel (the boys pub)and the mayhew ( the girls pub)
the show is avery slapstick humour based and is very funny light entertainment
This bike is the ideal learners bike, it has a 125cc engine which means it can be ridden on a cbt, this is great as the Hyosung GT125R shares the same frame as it's sister models the GT250R and the GT650R so whilst it looks like large bike and sound's like a large bike it isn't,
there is a lot of miss understanding when it comes to hyosungs the first is that they are Chinese and unfortunately receive the bad publicity and misunderstanding that comes with other Chinese bikes. However they are not Chinese they are designed and manufactured in Korea (the same place hyundi's are made).
I ride the red/black model and i have owned her for just over a year and apart from the usual expenses (i.e fuel, oil filter, brake pads and other generic service parts) i have not had to spend out a great deal on her, i have however done a few tweaks (changed exhaust upgraded brake pads). i bought her 2 years old with 4000 miles on the clock i have since added another 4500 miles to her i paid just under £2k and she was in show room condition with only on minor nip in the paint work
the bike looks great and stylish and packs quite a bit of a punch for a 125 the most i have got out of her was 74mph on a clear day, the bike has a forward leaning riding position, so you are very streamlined on your journey,
As with all things there are some minor faults and drawbacks the main fault is the stock tyres they do not have the best grip available despite there width, and parts are not the easiest to come by i usually do a quick google search and find them but most take around a week to deliver,
there is a really strong community attached to these machines with korider being an international owners club and a uk owners club and several +other localised owners clubs which all arrange regular meet up to show off and discuss the bikes. I myself am a member of korider, ukhyo owners club and the london hyosung owners club,
A great first bike for anyone
i have just signed up around 30 minutes ago and have already done a few reviews, so far the feel of the site seems pretty easy, if i am honest it doesnt look that pretty though very plain 2 tonal colour system, everything does seem easy to find, my main objective when i came here was to write a review on a hyosung gt125 r but they dont have this listed despite my specific google search leading me to here lol, i whislt i was here and just browsing i noticed they had my laptop on here so thought would give it a quick try, it all seems intresting so far, but if i am honest it does seem a lot of work and a lot of reviews to make cash but then it is a great way to take your anger out on poor providers and big up the good providers so people but the right thing not the wrong, as i mentioned ealier i came on here to write a review of my motor bike, but i had some masisve issues with my old bike which was a direct bike (rebranded jin lun) and i dint look on sites like these when i bought it i just outright bought on brand new for £600 (you would of thought the low price would of rang some alarm bells) when i bought my hyosung i did a little research first which lead me to many sites like this but there were alot of bad reviews of hyosungs grouping them and branding them with the other chineese bikes i.e jin lun which is a massive mistake especially as the korean for a start lol, and it is possibly the best thin i have ever sat on, if anyone could pm me or let me know how to ad products so i can review them that would be greatly appriciated and i will make another review on the site further along the line as i use it more but so far so good
i am typing this on a logitecgh k120 now on my netbook, i had to get a new keyboard for my netbook as the built in one had died, i tried doing bios updates to fix it but that didn't work and as i use linux as opposed to windows it is hard to find a keyboard that is compatible with the operating system, the key board plugs straight into the usb and there was no need for any disks so speed was perfect just plug in and type away,
The keyboard has very nicely lay out and the keys are not to stiff / hard to press. it does look nice with the rounded edges the keys are very clear to see as the large white font is easily readable, and has the perfect spacing between keys, to make touch typing a pleasant and easy experiance, the main drawback with this keyboard is as i am using for a notebook the lead is quite long and does seem to get in the way sometimes, and trying to get it out of the box was not the easiest task in the world it had many layers of plastics and was a very tight squeeze into the cardboard box.
Logitec state that the keyboard is fully comaptible with linux, i use easy peasy a netbook version of linus and not all the hot keys work, they are just dead keys i.e the print screen scroll lock windows key and the right click key,
the clips on the back of the key board are very stron and give you the option of either a downward or tilted typing face, the key board is extremly light weight, so is confortable to have whilst lap typing.
in conclusion it is a confortable keyboard great for anyone who has to do a lot of typing in a day
the 3gs is in my opionion the best iphone so far and will be hard to beat it has much more features than the previous models ie video recording mms forwarding etc, and with a massive range of apps and games you will be carring your office, sound system and games console, and libary all in your pocket, with an iphone you will never be bored, it is almost as good as having a laptop with you all the time, i have had both the 3g and the 3gs and visually they look identical but inside is a completly differnt matter the selection and choice for apps is far greater, the speed of aplication running is alot faster, in my opinion i prefer it to the iphone 4 alltough the screen graphics are not as good as the iphone 4 has retina display and hd, th iphone 3gs just feels so much more confortable and natural in you hand. the only downfall is the battery life it has a long standbye time of around 1 week but constant use the battery doesnt last long, watching a fil m will drain it in 3 hours and 5 hours talking will make you run for the charger and browsing the web is a real drain too.
the netbook does exactly what it says on the tin it is quite fast and has a lot of memory for a small machiene, it main drawbacks ae the origanal key board is tiny my t&y key broke so i am using a usb keyboard which is about the siz of the screen ope flat, it can be hard to sometimes read the font or view graphics, it comes with a lot of oem software not all of it is 100% uselfull i.e the dvd wrighter, the disk creator and the cd player as this machiene does not have a cd or dvd drive inside, the net book is suprisingly light though and very easy to carry round, great for work or if your a student, i have played heavily graphicly intense online mmorpg's on it and it seems to handle game play quite well with not much lag and good performance, and if you don't like the default windows operating system you can change at the moment i am running a copy of easy peasy linux on it and it runs really well and was easily installed off of a usb stick.