Mr. T. A. Maurice

"Film Addict"
(REAL NAME)
 
Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,162
Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (719 of 822)
Location: Essex,England
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,162 - Total Helpful Votes: 719 of 822
Canton DM 9 Flat Wall Mounted TV Soundbar - Black by Canton
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I was initially attracted to the Canton DM 50 Soundbase, but having read on Amazon.de several user reports of unreliability, I decided to opt for the DM 9 Soundbar.

The DM 9 has a 2 year warranty.

On unpacking, the DM 9 impresses with it's appearance, and build quality.

There are no HDMI inputs/outputs on the Soundbar.

Connection to a TV is by an Optical Cable which is provided with the unit.

It should be noted that the power cable is terminated in a 2 pin European plug.

The remote control is a very solidly built device.
However, it should be noted that the remote's power is supplied by a not so readily available CR 2032… Read more
JVC GC-PX100EU Camcorder-1080 pixels by JVC
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Why purchase the JVC GC-PX100EU rather than the more widely publicised Canon, Panasonic, and Sony models?

I thought long, and hard, especially having read adverse reports of the Camcorder suffering from Chromatic Aberration, before deciding to buy the JVC.

My reasons for purchase were the overall design of the camera, it's light weight, the thoughtful design touches such as the shade for the LCD screen, and the control knob for changing functions, and the excellent video quality exhibited by clips on YouTube.

I have only had the camcorder for a short period of time.

Early thoughts are that the resolution, and sensitivity to touch, of the LCD… Read more
Heute Nacht Oder Nie: Live in Berlin (2DVDs+1CD) [&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Max Raabe
Purely by chance I came across Max Raabe, and Das Palastorchester, performing 'Singing In The Rain', and was immediately 'hooked'.

So, to 'Heute Nacht Oder Nie'.

One might ask how can one enjoy a programme composed primarily of songs in a language one neither speaks, nor understands.
The answer is that one is captured, and delighted, by a singer with an excellent high baritone/falsetto voice accompanied by an orchestra that is comprised of extremely talented, multi instrumental, musicians.
Added to which are arrangements that are sensitive to the original compositions, and performances that evoke the era of the 1920s, and early 1930s.

Max Raabe… Read more