5 posts • joined Wednesday 17th June 2009 11:20 GMT
HTC HD2 sound quality?
If only music players were all about 3G and wifi connectivity. Call me old fashioned but I like to choose a music source based on sound quality - and judging by past experience, and audio-focussed reviews, a Cowon J3 is far, far, far ahead of any mobile phone (twat-phone included).
You want a phone that does a bit of music, go ahead, by an HTC. You want a quality portable sound source, buy one designed for the job.
Where's the positivity?
I read this and my immediate reaction was - great news, sooner than i thought.
Then there's a barrage of moaning comments about HD ready TV's having a standard-def tuner built-in. WTF? Do you think the picture from a SD source is better on a fancy HD Ready TV? Or has everyone been suckered by the marketing nonsense, and refused to believe their own eyes.
@ John Bailey - well said.
The images on page 2 are not uploaded correctly - the iPhone 3GS shot is identical to the iPhone 3G v3 shot when you click for the hi-res image. Thus - can't compare...
You also fail to mention anything about the sensor, its all about image processing and megapixels. The sensor is more important than megapix count...
Missing the best
You didn't cover the Sennheiser PXC range, specifically the PXC 250 which cost under £100 and strike a fine balance between portability and performance, and are made by Sennheiser so clearly a winner in the sound stakes. D'oh.
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