I bought this to attach to a Gear4 "HouseParty" boom box device which I used thus far with line in. The Gear4 has an iPod connector which was no use to me as I have no devices which fit it. The i-SYNC was a frivolous purchase looking to use an otherwise useless feature on something I already owned, I didn't really need it. The killer feature for me is no need for a separate power supply. There are loads of BT accessories which require a separate DC supply or USB connection, or even worse a USB connection which won't work when the device is on. The i-Sync does not suffer from this shortcoming so it scores highly on convenience.
I am pleasantly surprised though. It connects… Read more
This recording is simply marvellous. I'd heard an exert on the radio and on a whim checked it out on Amazon. Download was about half the price of the CD set, and crucially in the heat of the moment, significantly quicker! So I downloaded it, and was not disappointed. Bach as instant gratification? You bet. Within about 15 minutes I knew I'd done the right thing, and had a sublime Saturday morning with the Well-Tempered Clavier. Anyone who doesn't already own a version of this may be surprised by the fact that there is yards and yards of music here. Every part of it is fascinating in its own right and I have no doubt that I will be rewarded by these MP3s for years to come. I got my… Read more
The design of this saddle is quite radical and I like the concept a lot. Like all saddles you just don't know until you try it.
I found it immediately uncomfortable, being too wide towards the front of the "sit" area, and bearing against my legs as I tried to pedal. I was baffled by this for a while, because in 30 years of cycling with all manner of saddles, I've never had a problem like this before. Maybe my hips are slightly narrower than average for a man, but if they are it can only be marginal. The saddle seems well made and the design is generally pretty good - it's just too wide for me to ride on.
I gave this "men's" saddle to my wife, and she thinks it's… Read more