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Nest AT200477 Support pour thermostat Nest Learning
Nest AT200477 Support pour thermostat Nest Learning

3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good looking but expensive, 4 janvier 2016
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Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : Nest AT200477 Support pour thermostat Nest Learning (Outils et accessoires)
It's an essential addition to the Nest Thermostat if your old thermostat isn't in a suitable place (in a room where you actually live, not in a corridor or some unused place). It is solid, strong, looks good but is very expensive for what it is - but you can't mount the Nest any other way apart from wall mounting.


Captiv Urmet - Poste Universel 5Fils Et 2Fils
Captiv Urmet - Poste Universel 5Fils Et 2Fils
Proposé par Sly-Tech e.U.
Prix : EUR 30,90

2.0 étoiles sur 5 Not quite universal, 4 janvier 2016
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Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : Captiv Urmet - Poste Universel 5Fils Et 2Fils (Outils et accessoires)
I needed to replace an old Urmet unit so I bought the 'universal' model - it worked fine for receiving but the microphone wouldn't work. Finally discovered that having an electret microphone and built-in amplifier is not compatible with the old dynamic microphone inserts from the older models. I managed to hack-in the old microphone from the old unit and it now works - but the average user probably wouldn't be able to do that - so beware. BTW - I got zero response from the customer service of Urmet!


JeuJura - Jouet en bois - Chalet Suisse - 175 Pieces
JeuJura - Jouet en bois - Chalet Suisse - 175 Pieces
Prix : EUR 30,01

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Can't really recommend this, 4 janvier 2016
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Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : JeuJura - Jouet en bois - Chalet Suisse - 175 Pieces (Jouet)
Supposedly suitable for 5+ my 7 and 8 year olds got one each. The older is very good at constructing lego, transformers etc. but this defeated him - ended up in tears not being able to complete it. Nor could I. Also it is very inflexible in being able to construct alternative 'home-made' designs due to the constraints on sizes of parts etc. The plastic parts - windows especially are extremely fragile - the majority of their hinges broke on installation - before ever being played with. Fail.


Jeujura - 8054 - Jeu de Construction - Chalet à Comte avec Camion et Animaux - 180 Pièces
Jeujura - 8054 - Jeu de Construction - Chalet à Comte avec Camion et Animaux - 180 Pièces
Prix : EUR 34,99

2.0 étoiles sur 5 Can't really recommend this, 4 janvier 2016
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Supposedly suitable for 5+ my 7 and 8 year olds got one each. The older is very good at constructing lego, transformers etc. but this defeated him - ended up in tears not being able to complete it. Nor could I. Also it is very inflexible in being able to construct alternative 'home-made' designs due to the constraints on sizes of parts etc. The plastic parts - windows especially are extremely fragile - the majority of their hinges broke on installation - before ever being played with. Fail.


No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State
No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State
par Glenn Greenwald
Edition : Relié
Prix : EUR 24,95

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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting but Flawed, 16 juin 2014
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Evidently the booked was rushed out and has quite a few typos, bad formatting etc. MS Word would have spotted them but maybe Greenwald didnt trust Microsoft!

Philosophically the book is flawed. OK he may consider that mass surveillance is a 'bad thing' and perhaps warrants public debate. But then to go on a reveal details of techniques used for intelligence gathering against foreign countries and diplomats is another matter - just damage for the sake of damage. Diplomats have been targeting each-other for many centuries - it's part of the game - nothing new here.


Konig Convertisseur cassette/MP3
Konig Convertisseur cassette/MP3
Prix : EUR 28,91

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Works OK - once you discover a vital missing detail..., 20 mars 2012
Ce commentaire fait référence à cette édition : Konig Convertisseur cassette/MP3 (Accessoire)
After a few hours of playing I finally discovered the trick to make this product work - reading this can save you those hours! Out of the box the device is basically a walkman type cassette transport with a USB soundcard built-in. Plugging the USB into a computer will cause it to search for the drivers automatically - I tried it on two Windows 7 laptops (Home and Enterprise edition) and an older XP laptop - drivers OK but you need to select them as the default in the control panel. So far so good. Tried recording from a cassette using the supplied free Audacity software - worked - but the recording level was minimal and thus hiss dominated the sound.

Tried on all three laptops (Dell, Sony & HP) and the same on all three... After some fooling around with device drivers etc. I was on the point of sending it back - but there was one more thing to try... I was powering the device from the USB port - as it says in the manual that it can be powered this way. But knowing that the power available from a USB port is pretty low (500mA max) I thought I'd see what happened if I installed batteries (2 x AA) - magic - it worked and recorded at a proper level. So - don't believe the manual - yes the cassette turns and a minimal sound level is converted to USB - but only with batteries can you make a reasonable recording. Since this was the same with three different laptops, from three manufacturers and with three versions of Windows I don't think this was a laptop issue.

Once over this hurdle could move on to the job of converting old cassettes to MP3. The supplied Audacity works but is incredibly complicated - don't recommend it unless you really want to be a recording engineer. Downloaded MP3MyMP3 for free - works fine and very simple to use. Just press record, play the cassette, press stop and give it a file-name.


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