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  1.  Perfect Sound Quality


    As so many of the other review state, the sound quality is very impresive especially given the pretty low end price tag. The bass is deep and clear, the mid is perfect, and the top end tweet is crisp but not too harsh for the ear.
    The Music - Movie buttons really don't make a very noticable change to the sound except that the Movie setting cuts off some of the top end (trebble), just a small amount. Not sure why that would make movies sound better but that's what it does.
    The cord is pretty long if you're just wanting to listen to an mp3 player, but you can just as easily leave the cable bundled up with the supplied wire tag (like what you get with sandwich bags basically). But when you come to use these cans for watching tv or movies, then the long cord really comes into play. So it's pretty usefull.
    Overall, a great set of phones with top-end sound quality for low-end money. Five starts all the way.

  2.  Impressive


    To be honest i wasn't expecting much in terms of sound quality. In-ear headphones don't useually kick out much bass. But these sony's suprised me. They carry a very good ammount of bass and mid, so the sound quality is excellant. They come with a set of foam comform covers for the user to attach if he/she wishes. To be honest i would reccomend fitting them no matter what because the top end sound (tweet) is rediculously sharp and far too harsh without the covers on.
    Aside from the only area that can really be improved would be to add an extra 4 inches to the cord length. They can pull a little bit if you're tall. Overall, well worth having.

  3.  A top read, by a top lad.


    I didn't know exactly what to expect with this book, but as soon as i picked it up, it was pretty hard to put down. Hogan is a lot more open about things i wasn't even expecting him to talk about. It gives the reader a deep insight into the evolution of the pro wrestling business, including the formation of Vince Jr's WWE model.
    I have read reviews that criticise Hogan for digging into his ex-wife Linda, but to be honest i certainly didn't seem that way to me. I think that even somebody who has never heard of Hulk Hogan would find this book a great read, and i certainly reccomend it.