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  • Way Wong - The Wall: 2011 Remastered CD

    This review will contain strictly my thoughts on the Guthrie remaster and NOT on the the album's lyrical or conceptual qualities. Lets start off with my equipment; I'm testing this cd on my full british hifi system ( Musical Fidelity A1 CD Pro, Musical Fideltiy A1 Integrated Amp, Bower and Wilkins 805 speaker). Forget the Doug Sax version along with the previous Guthrie 1994 remastered disc set; if you want audiophile sonic quality this is the version to buy. This copy of the remaster retains all the character and essence of the original LP with added dynamic punch and texture lost in the previous versions. It is evident that much time was spent refining this album as its overall product is significantly different from past remasters. Especially on "Hey You" and "One of my turns" the imaging and sound stage really shine and show the real remastering magic from Guthrie. I don't care much for the miniaturized LP paper packaging sleeve; honestly I would have preferred an actual cd case but that is a very minor problem. I would recommend this album to anyone with at least an entry level hifi system or hifi level headphones. This is a must have for die hard pink floyd fans personally I enjoy more of the remastered disc found on the discovery sets instead of the live performance discs or other miscellaneous recordings which in my opinion are neither here nor there; they just don't hit that spot for me and are neither of any high sonic qualities. And for those who already have all the previous "The Wall" albums the difference with this 2011 remaster are definitely worth the cash. Great sounding hifi quality music will always deserve my hard earned money.

  • Double L - grestudent

    I like the math review and tips in this book but the math problems are too simple and straightforward. If you are just going to use one GRE review book, I would strongly recommend buying Barron's. I like how the math problems in Barron's require a little bit more work. But I wouldn't bother buying the separate Barron's GRE Math Workbook. The verbal sections of both Princeton Review and Barron's are about the same except that Barron's provides a much more extensive list of vocabulary words. After practicing with both books, the Princeton Review version is more basic than Barron's. FYI, I didn't try any of the other test prep brands for comparison. For those of you who have worked through multiple test prep books, please feel to let me know if you would suggest one brand over another. Thanks.

  • JG Hart - and seems likely to fall out easily.

    Sensory overload! Much improved OC interface, very user friendly. The only issue I have is that the OC interface cable does not want to lock into the interface, and seems likely to fall out easily.

  • reader531 - Great inexpensive device!

    I bought a lot of these (over time) for my classroom to replace those CD players and just loaded the audiobooks onto them. (One or two per player). Kids know how to use them, no extra "bells and whistles" I didn't want!

  • Passion for food - Very pleased with the product

    I use it three times a day for veggies and fruit. I used the mill to grind spices and coffee. They worked very well. It takes less than a minute to grind spices or process the veggies.

  • Frank's girl - Scion xD Armrest

    Highly recommend this seller! The product arrived on time and was very easy to install. It has made driving longer distance much easier now that I have a place to rest my arm.

  • Dagwood - the new Hollywood Creative Directory

    This is an excellent resource for identifying production companies, with information provided about their genres. It apparently replaces the old "Hollywood Creative Directory" for purposes os screenwriters wishing to contact producers. The "Creative Directory" was published for years and available on hard copy and online, but when they went under a few years ago, nothing emerged to replace it, until now. Some of the entries in the "Hollywood Screenwriting Directory Spring 2013" were out of date (e-mail bouncebacks), but this is unavoidable in any hard-copy directory. Some of the entries were wrong in identifying whether or not a particular production company accepts what the industry condescendingly calls "unsolicited" queries (meaning one not sent by a representative--an agent, manager or attorney; if you're a writer representing himself, your query is "unsolicited."). Because industry practitioners seem to be especially touchy about "unsolicited" material for reasons of lawsuits and maintenance of the general pecking order, which you as an unrepresented writer are at the bottom of, they respond in a huff if you have transgressed their policy of not viewing unsolicited queries. This apparently falls somewhere in seriousness between keying a new car and mass murder. In their highest dudgeon, some even send back your e-mail claimiing they are returning your "material" so that they won't be sullied by reading it. Anyway, best if the directory can get that submission policy information more correct so that production companies can't muster their righteous fury about daring to approach them with an unsolicited query (shudder).