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Arturia DrumBrute Impact
3.3
(1)
£245.99
2 years ago
Fun and intuitive with good, quick job and flexible sequencer. Fun with polyrhythm in which all sounds can have a custom number of steps in a pattern. Weakness number 1 lies in the sounds that are good and evil in analogue. Gets much puff and piss of it. But the Impact works well in combination with other things to get a wider palette of sounds. Weakness number 2 is that the steering wheels available for the sounds cannot be accessed with Midi CC. Very sorry because I like to automate things. For me, it is also a small minus that pattern is not saved automatically. Lost a couple of patterns on it as they seem to remain in memory even though you change pattern, but disappear when you restart the machine. One of the few things with the machine that was not so obvious that it just worked without having to think. Another thing I know you should be able to do, but which I have not managed to figure out is to move a specific kind a bit timing. Safe bus, but will require me to look in the manual. A sunblock 3.5: a on a scale of 1 - 5.
Jabra Step
1.5
(1)
£10.99
3 years ago
Absolutely Worst Headphones I've Been. No matter what gel cushions you use, they are not even in the vicinity of my ear canals. Despite the hooks around their ears they are not left as they should at all. Because of this, the base is also non-existent. Sounds like someone else took them on and you blow them angry on the bus when you're forced to listen to their shit you're wearing.
Behringer Model D
3.8
(1)
£248.17
3 years ago
Absolutely outstanding! When it comes to zeroing the price of an original MiniMoog, one can live with differences in the sound. However, any differences that exist are minimal, almost non-existent. (according to reviews and experts, I have not AB tested myself). The physical format works well. Eurorack-compliant (but draws 1A, so doubtful if it can count compatible properly;)). Some knobs may be small and the red and blue switches look a bit plastic, but feel okay anyway. Nice with some routing options. Extra nice to master out per default is routing to external in if you do not plug in anything else. Nice overdrive of the signal will be. Model D sounds magical. It's easy-to-use and you can quickly get both classic and new sounds. Can not but recommend. The small minuses available do not qualify for a lower rating than the full pot.
Braun KF520
3.3
(1)
£68.52
3 years ago
Considering the price, this brewer is good, even very good. It is plastic but still solid. The design for the filter holder is okay, the drip stop works exceptionally and automatic shutdown is clearly good. But most of all, I do not experience a fault in brewing temperature. If you really feel and measure the temperature, maybe it differs from my Moccamaster, but as I say, I do not experience anything when I enjoy my freshly brewed coffee.
Samsung Gear S3 Classic
4.4
(44)
3 years ago
Just had it a couple of days now. But is very satisfied. Did not watch for ages, but been craving for a smart variant for a long time. Nice, nice (will probably change to metal strap instead), long battery life and work next to perfect. The only big mistake I see is that I have trouble activating the screen with the wake-up gesture, which means I'd rather have the clock all the time and it definitely affects battery life.
Huawei Smart Cover for Huawei Mate 9 Pro
1.8
(3)
£6.68
3 years ago
Appearance and formally the best I have ever had. Had a full pot if it were not because the translucent section shovels towards the phone so it will scratch. Weared the skin for a few weeks until the protective plastic that was placed on the phone has become very scratchy. Dropped off the plastic so the phone felt like new again. Continued use the shell a little bit (though there is a difference in scratch resistance on plastic and glass), but rather quickly small wears also on the glass. Then threw the shell every now and then before it was too late.
Behringer Xenyx 1002B
3.5
(1)
£78.30
4 years ago
Just what I was looking for when I was looking for a small additional mixer with at least two auxiliary (one is monitor send (pre-fader - and perhaps eq) certainly, but do not make me Nagor). Had a shortage of inputs on my Roland MX-1 and needed to do something about it. Mostly so I bouncear to audio very early stage, and most need to have everything plugged in so I can quickly mutea everything except what I currently want to record. If you want to be able to play all at the same time and at the same time get everything on separate tracks in the DAW, one might look for a different setup. Now I have a little instument connected to this, and I plugged two effect chains MONITOR OUT and AUX OUT. Main out, and the return of the two effect chains running, I then set to the stereo tracks on my MX-1. MX-1's aux send, I then in turn connected into an ordinary stereo tracks on Behringern. So it goes criss-cross: P That's right: worth mentioning that is not seen so clearly; It comes with rack ears as standard. Really nice (though I do not use them). The mixer can also be operated on battery. Trams I think, but someone else may think it's great :)
Roland Boutique JX-03 Sound Module
3.7
(2)
£249.00
4 years ago
DLX sold out a few items for 999 - and took the opportunity to buy one. Previously aget a JU-06 (and for longer then a Juno-106 which made the JU-06 was the natural first choice Roland released its Boutique-series) as I loved the sound, but were not actually that much to use and therefore sold again. JX-03 feels like a far more competent than synth JU-06 / Juno 106. Junon was fantastic simple to tune and sounded fantastistkt, but limited in functionality. JX-03 has significantly greater potential and expands quite heavily on several levels, compared with its predecessor Roland JX-3P. Super satisfied with the purchase (and would have been happy even if I bought at full price). A bit tacky that they kept the original 32 presets, though still a bit charming. More sad, they have unfortunately cut the number of user presets to 16 from the original 32 (but works so ready to go back up to the computer if you want to save more). Even a small minus that allows me to put a nine instead of full marks is that vridpotarna because of its small size is not particularly beautiful tune around. But apart from this, a really nice machine.
Korg Monologue
3.8
(1)
£199.00
4 years ago
Almost only good things to say about this. Apart from the sound that sounds just like it should from an analog monophonic bassynth (everything else enjoying it is purely subjective, so leave it off) it's the most simple and educational synth I've tried. Have stayed before Roland Juno106 the best machines in these areas, but sees itself nerpetad from the throne of Monologue. Do you want to learn how subtractive synthesis works in the simplest possible way - buy a Monologue and start to tune. Only minus I can see is the narrow keys. It is good that they are narrow, because it fits more. But I have some problems to play on them sometimes.
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