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AdvantagesGood looks, wide range of connectivity, sound quality.

DisadvantagesEye-watering price.

...First impressions The Cambridge Audio brand is one that I first experienced a good decade ago now. I have since owned a number of electronic products by them and overall my experiences have been positive. Here we have a docking station for Apple products and this is such a competitive market as there are so many alternatives to this brand and the market is worth a lot of money as so many...

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“Nippy Jack”

published 02/11/2007

AdvantagesEnthralling story, good length

DisadvantagesDavid Jason isn't the best narrator I've heard

...wants something light to listen to while driving, doing the housework or just to relax. I'm sure that a better narrator could have been found, but frankly I am not that bothered - I was interested in the story rather than the narrator's skills and this is a well-abridged story. The audio book is available on cassette (4 sides), which is the version that I have and CD. A version downloadable to...

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“Swiss frollicks”

published 06/03/2008

AdvantagesStrangely enjoyable

DisadvantagesSome may not like the 'radio programme style'

...and a genuine interest in British crime fiction of all periods, I have managed to get hold of a couple of the plays on audio cassette. Several actors played Paul Temple over the years, but probably the best-known is Peter Coke, who takes on the part for this dramatisation. Temple is a bit of a toff, which is reflected in his accent - he speaks in that cut-glass way that just doesn't seem to exist any more...

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