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Hauppauge HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition HDMI Capture Device (PS3/Xbox)
Hauppauge HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition HDMI Capture Device (PS3/Xbox)
Price: £119.99

7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Top of its class!, 19 Sep 2012
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The new HD PVR2 is a fantastic device. Does exactly what it says on the tin. There are less cables to get tangled, higher quality recordings in a smaller, neater package. I loved the original HD PVR and this is more than a worthy successor. The mountain of component cables are gone and you get HD functionality instead (unless you use a PS3 and Hauppauge kindly include a component cable for the PS3 AND the PVR2). If your serious about gameplay recording then look no further as the PVR2 is well worth every penny and is a cut above all the other capture devices out there. Don't second guess yourself, you cannot go wrong with the PVR2.


Stereo Earphones (White)
Stereo Earphones (White)
Offered by DigiLand
Price: £1.82

7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What more do you want for £1.39?, 15 Jun 2012
Cheap headphones are cheap headphones, these are really cheap, if you want a pair of REALLY cheap headphones as a backup pair for when your more expensive headphones break, what more can you ask for? These cost less than it costs to go out and buy a carton of milk and people are moaning about them left, right and centre after paying barely anything for them? They do the job for the cost, the quality isn't great, but they didn't break within a month of owning them, by that time I'd had another pair of 'proper' headphones ordered and delivered, now these sit in a box waiting for the next time my expensive phones break. If you want good phones. SPEND MORE MONEY ON THEM. Don't expect miracles.


Sony MDR-XD200 Stereo Headphones - Silver (discontinued by manufacturer)
Sony MDR-XD200 Stereo Headphones - Silver (discontinued by manufacturer)

4.0 out of 5 stars Good.. For the price., 15 Jun 2012
I purchased my MDR-XD200 stereo headphones a few years back and they are still working nicely, the phones cut out a little if the connector is moved around, to be expected. But after 3 years, I'm not going to complain since I only paid £19.99. The sound is pretty good, not the worst you can do, but you can do a lot better for a little more expense. The cable is very long, so you cant really carry these around with you unless you've got the wire tucked away, but then that becomes a nightmare the second you try to pull your MP3 out of the pocket containing the mountain of cable. But for sitting in your bedroom of hooked up to a stereo and don't want to make lots of noise, this cable length is more than suitable. I'm disappointed in the loudness, even on maximum volume, I can still hear people talking to me if they are close enough. But that's a small gripe really as the sound quality more than makes up for it, considering the cost, you get more than you pay for in sound quality. I'm not a huge audiophile, but I know a good set of phones when I listen through them. So if you want a set of good, cheap and cheerful headphones, look no further. Just be warned, you look like a bit of a fool if you go out in public with these things on, cause they are huge!


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