Tag Archive for Music

Review of Ohuhu 12 Hole Alto C Mediant Tone Ocarina


An ocarina is an old type of woodwind instrument that I’m sure you didn’t know about until The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time way back in 1998, I know I didn’t know what one was, never heard of one until I played the game. Since then they’ve become sort of popular, a resurgence as it were, and it seems you can buy them all over the place including Amazon. Ohuhu sent over their version of the Ocarina for my review and it even includes the Triforce symbol on it. I tried to play it and failed badly, but my son who has been playing instruments for years in school picked it up and could play it easily. Read on to learn more…

1byone Bluetooth Magic Music Plasma Ball Review


A plasma ball powered by USB…. 

Link:  http://technogog.com/review/review-of-1byone-bluetooth-magic-music-plasma-ball/

“Ever since I was a kid I’ve wanted a plasma ball, I think everyone has but I just never bought one as it’s not something I needed but when given the chance to review one I jumped right on it. Today for review I’ve got a product from our friends over ay 1ByOne and it’s a plasma ball powered by USB but it’s more than that as it’s a Bluetooth speaker as well and it also has a 3.5mm audio jack and a microSD slot so it can act like an MP3 player too. The plasma ball itself is just awesome, just for that this product is worth it I think. Read on to learn more… ”

Avantree Saturn Bluetooth Music Adapter Review


New day, new review from me! This on is over on TestFreaks!

Link: http://blog.testfreaks.com/review/review-of-avantree-saturn-bluetooth-music-adapter/

"Bluetooth is found everywhere it seems, in speakers, phones, tablets and our computers but there are a lot of things that still don’t have Bluetooth. For example, my favorite set of earphones is the Future Sonics Atrio M5s and they’re wired so I’m sort of stuck being attached to whatever audio source I’m using. There are ways to make them wireless and one of them is what I have for review today, the Avantree Saturn Bluetooth Music Adapter that allows you to use any wired headphones wirelessly. The Saturn though can do more than that, it actually has two modes, one for transmitting and one for receiving. The receiving option is for like my example, I can turn any set of headphones or even speakers into a wireless audio device to stream audio to. The transmitting option allows you to turn any non-Bluetooth device into a Bluetooth one. I’ve tested both modes and it certainly exceeded my expectations and worked perfectly in both modes.  So read on to learn more abut a very useful little gadget…"