D. Mackenzie

Helpful votes received on reviews: 97% (155 of 160)
Location: Glasgow, Scotland


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,259,289 - Total Helpful Votes: 155 of 160
Sony NWZX1050B X Series 16GB MP4 Walkman with WIFI&hellip by Sony
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
First, my MP3 player history: In late 2004 I got my first MP3 player, an iPod 4G. I disliked the stability, the scratch-prone mirror on the back, and the sound quality was clearly worse than what I was used to listening to on my computer. I've been buying Sony players since 2005, when I stumbled upon the dearly departed NW-HD5, which made me grin like an idiot when I first listened to music on it - such sweet relief!

Now I have a 16gb Sony X. Here's why:

1. Most importantly, sound quality. The Sony X has an Equalizer setting which works very well. Audiophiles and some of the less zealous iPod enthusiasts turn their noses up at Audio Equalization, which makes sense when… Read more
Joytech HDMI Tri-Link Switcher (PS3) by Joytech
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful

Although the form factor isn't perfect - it's not boxy A/V shaped so won't fit in with your other components easily - the Infrared Extender and Remote Control (yes, it even includes a basic remote control at this price!) mean that you can hide it away from view. I attached the Infrared extender to the bottom of my TV for neatness.

Being able to supply power to the unit via the included USB cable is excellent. It means that I can power the unit from the USB ports on front of my Toshiba HD DVD player. You can power it from the mains as well though, so don't worry.

10/10 for value!

The Ren and Stimpy Show - The First and Second Sea&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ The Ren and Stimpy Show
133 of 137 people found the following review helpful
First of all, let me say that these first and second season episodes of Ren & Stimpy are the finest TV animated cartoons ever made.

Sadly, when the American DVD was made, the mastering team used versions of the episodes that had had material removed to free up time on commercial-heavy American TV. However, the DVD restored other cuts that had been made for children's TV.

This British DVD has been taken from the same source as the US version, but now adds cuts of its own. The British Board of Film Classification have decided to remove the end of one of the cartoons to make it suitable for children and idiots. This DVD is not aimed at children. If it was, it would have… Read more