Mark Walters

Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (118 of 129)
Location: Wales, UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 840,080 - Total Helpful Votes: 118 of 129
Apple MD199B/A TV by Apple
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Bought the March 2012 v3 Apple TV to link up to my Panasonic Viera TX-L32E31B HDTV. Also bought the Amazon Basics 2m HDMI cable to link it up. The apple TV unit is classic Apple minimal style with a very small footprint and can easily be hidden behind the TV. Setup was fast, intuitive and flawless - found the wireless router easily and then connected first time after the MAC address was added to my routers secure access list. The PC and laptop were added via Home Sharing in iTunes and all music and video streams without a problem. The real bonus with the iPad is the AirPlay mirroring capability which allows everything on your IPad screen to be seen/heard on your TV screen - brilliant for… Read more
iKlip Studio Desktop Stand for iPad 1, 2 and 3 by IK Multimedia
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good quality stand !, 4 May 2012
Bought this for an iPad 3 in the studio. It feels very sturdy and surprisingly heavy for a plastic item, indeed I was convinced there was some metal in it somewhere but it really is just high density plastic. It neatly clips down flat for transport and has a small footprint on the desk. It has non-slip feet and non-slip pads on the upright portion of the stand so nothing moves when set up. Does what it is supposed to do perfectly - very pleased with this!
Empire and Love ~ The Imagined Village
Empire and Love ~ The Imagined Village
9 of 13 people found the following review helpful
I had high hopes for the second album after the exciting crossover between folk, ethnic and modern instruments on the first album, but sadly found this outing to be decidedly lacklustre.

Gone are the guest musicians and vocalists, the wonderful ethnic percussion barely gets a chance to break free (on one song only) and the electronic drums which gave such a wonderful driving beat to the first album have been dropped. In fact you are hard pushed to find any drumming pushing through the mix on this album in most tracks. It is all quite muted and folksy with a heavy bias toward Martin Carthy's voice (and production ? ) at the front end.

We could have done without two… Read more