Blog about life in Holland (and a lot of other stuff)
Even though this TV is a pricey, it doesn't stop Samsung from trying to earn even more on their customers. Selling accessories with a five hundred percent margin is a popular way to make money among vendors.
An HDMI cable isn't the only thing Samsung saved on. The TV is also lacking a camera out-of-the-box, which I definitely don't appreciate, considering numerous functions it's required for, like Skype or Motion Control.Read on »
All available connectors in this TV are located at its rear side: Connector panel.
Namely they are:Read on »
As time passes by, TV diagonals grow, so do our appetites. TV screens of 50-55 inch, which seemed huge just a few years ago, are the mainstream nowadays and can be found in any decent electronics store. They also provide the best size to price ratio, as I reckon.
But screw the ratio! We're going to be looking at a 75" monster Samsung UE75HU7500 today, the exact model number is Samsung UE75HU7500LXXN (it's a Dutch variant of the device since I'm living in the Netherlands).Read on »
It's been a while since my last gig report, time to catch up with the latest developments in the Dutch rock world. I've a perfect occasion as I've seen two live rock legends.
The project called The Gentle Storm, which is just one year old, were presenting their debut album The Diary in the Amsterdam club Melkweg (I've seen Pagan's Mind there before).Read on »
A short announcement about a new subscription option.
If the term RSS seems completely foreign to you, there's now a Good Old E-mail subscription option available for those who want to stay current with my blog. This way you will receive automatic updates by e-mail. Of course, you can unsubscribe at any time.Read on »
This year I've visited Ghent Light Festival, just as I promised a year ago.
Katarzyna Malejka and Joachim Slugocki. Horizontal interference.
The festival, which is held once every three years, proved to be immensely popular. Streets, hotels, restaurants of this small town could hardly cope with the horde of light-worshippers.Read on »