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Asus ROG Strix Z390-F Gaming
3.8
(16)
£191.99
2 years ago*
Difficult to rate ... Mine has flush cans in its VRM. Said VRM is also the smallest in the price range, which is not Asus tradition directly so it is a pity that they could not have given the board more competent power supply. Ugly thing number one is that they call the VRM 8-phase when it is 4-phase. Ugly thing number two is that they mask the problems it causes by not providing VRM temp in HWInfo and the like. But a 9900k throttles gladly if you do not stumble, so hot will be the VRM. On the other hand, the BIOS should have an elogue, and it just gets better. The new AI overclocking works brilliantly and at least gives me just as low voltage and as low temps as I get at manual clocking, and in my case it doesn't seem possible to provoke the AI setting to blue screen. Set and forget without throwing too much cream on the CPU simply, very nice.
*Edited 2 years
HiFiMAN HE-400i
4.3
(7)
2 years ago
Balance the score a little. - A nap that has so many quality problems should get a star's deduction for it. Numerous examples around the web about different ways it can break. - Last a star goes off because it is so far behind the old reference HD 600 in resolution. This has more bass and more treble which usually gives positive response, but in pure resolution and reproduction of sound colors HD 600 sails from it quite considerably when DAC / amplification gets better. Incredibly comfortable handset though and certainly it is great, but there are more neutral and high resolution lurks for less money, HD 600 for example. Have run Chord Hugo and Mojo mostly as sources.
Le Creuset Cast Iron Casserole Round 24cm 4.2L (Metal knob)
4
(3)
£189.00
2 years ago
Really really happy. Especially if you let it stand and get warmed by low heat before you start it has a superbly robust heat. Gets clean without protest after use. Inert enamel, actually the only type of cookware that does not leak iron / chrome / nickel into the food. Another potentially negative is the weight and that the handles and the lid of the lid become warm at a slightly longer cook. But if you have the towel ready, it is a non-problem.
Global G-2 Chef's Knife 20cm
4
(24)
£119.95
2 years ago*
I like that it's easy, it feels smaller than it is. Smooth enough to use for finer work with the tip. Well balanced. Just like hard for home use I think. Had a Miyabi that was a little harder earlier but with every little mini-flake I became more satisfied with it and in the end it was used too little. Easy to clean and easy to wipe with the soft transition between the blade and the handle. I thought it was worth a couple of minutes to wrap some fine sandpaper around something hard and pull a couple of times at a 45 degree angle to the edges of the heel and the blade. They were very sharp, now they are soft and comfortable to put their finger on.
*Edited 2 years
Manfrotto Pro Light Bumblebee 130 Backpack
3
(1)
£149.00
2 years ago
Nice material, steady support system. Minus points because the rain cover did not get your own pocket in the bottom of the bag. It would have liked to have more organization, such as pockets on the inside of the lid. Flexibility is not the best because the red sections can only be seen in a few limited ways. The bag is deep enough in the middle of a professional housing or a reflex reflector with battery grip, but since the compartments can not be placed in a way that allows the housing to be in the center of the bag, it is possible to remove it. Even though the bag is not too small, I still recommended it to a mirrorless system.
Fujifilm X-E3
3.7
(2)
£355.00
3 years ago*
I have been happy Fujian users for a long time, but this was my first watch of the new generation with X-Trans III. The impressions are mixed. + Pixel mapping and USB charging are estimated + Rap processor with all that means for AF and handling "Too little, I find no grip I like while the old X-E feels perfectly balanced. "To me, modern Sony sensors feel a bit sterile and boring in character, and I think X-Trans III took a real step closer to the norm in that sense. Hard to put your finger on what it is but the stomach in X-Trans I and II went a little lost for me. - It gets hot if the processor is working hard for a couple of minutes. "The viewer is strangely cramped. Whatever I look, not the whole picture and all the text is sharp at the same time, but I can move the eye or the camera depending on where I want to look good. Absolutely unthinkable, have never experienced this in a Fuji. To make sure I did not get tight, I bought an X-E1 with some bumper marks for 1200kr. For me, taking pictures with a more analogue character, lies better in the hand, a searcher who has a resolution, despite being nicer to look in, feels more well-built. The autofocus can not be compared, but once you've learned how to handle a poor contrast AF, I do not feel like it's anymore. Conclusion: X-E1 remains, X-E3 goes out to the block and is no camera I would like to live with.
*Edited 3 years
Fujifilm Fujinon XF 60/2.4 R Macro
3.3
(1)
£382.00
3 years ago
An objective that draws very relaxed and beautiful, feels more organic than the latter skills in any way. There is faster glass in the assortment but for about 3000kr please nowadays I think this is a good buy if you can live with slow AF. Well worth testing is highly recommended.
Hegel Röst
4.4
(7)
3 years ago*
Playing with Harbeth P3ESR ​​and providing an "objective tia". Windless, dynamic, great sound with great ability to highlight several layers of sound colors in complex music. For example, a full orchestra sounds amazingly detailed. Overdubbed layers are easily picked up in mastier rock production. It is quiet quiet silently between instruments and hurts quickly between sound and silence in rhythmic passages. Very roomy drawer and you do not need much else on the bench as it will be expensive to surpass its dac. Subjectively, I think it can get cold and thin on lower volume volumes. I do not feel like voting alive with full body until around 75 dB, which is more than desired in my listening situations - in a flat on everyday evenings. But when it wakes up it wakes up with that honor. (And it does not depend on the speakers, few speakers keep the character down to as low volumes as P3ESR) The dac plays neatly, but the location of the sound elements feels a little odd. Rarely feels the depth or height I'm used to in some familiar tracks. Nor should I complain about a little more heat and body, but this is, as I said, something that makes it sound superbly balanced at higher volume when the lower registers catch up (googla fletcher munson if you wonder what I'm talking about). A strong eight may be a final grade from me.
*Edited 3 years
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