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My favourite USB battery power Pack

This is the excellent USB power pack I use when I travel.

2 x 2.1amp outputs. 8400mAh capacity.

Two digit Led display shows battery level


What SD CARD should I buy?

If you want an SD Card for your camera - these are the ones I use and recommend. 

I'd strongly recommend not to buy any SD cards off ebay - I've heard about too many issues with counterfeit cards - often sold on by unwitting resellers. My inbox regularly gets messages from people who bought a £150 camera then cheaped out and bought a £3 memory card on ebay - Then when it doesn't worth they blame the camera! It doesn't make any sense. Good memory is cheaper than it's ever been - see the links above.

A lot of HD cameras will not work properly with cards larger than 32GB (cards over 32GB are usually SDXC rather than the SDHC standard used by 32GB cards. SDXC cards use the ex-FAT system rather than FAT32 - in short they are a different standard). - so don't just buy the biggest card you can afford - read the specs in the manual to see what it accepts.


RECOMMENDED CARDS (for action cams - see dashcams below)

CLASS 10 UHS-1 CARDS (For HD Cameras)


U3 CARD (For 4K cameras)




The SD card in a dashcam is re-written over, more frequently than in other types of cameras. Some manufacturers void their guarantee if an SD card was used in a dashcam. So, no surprise, there are special High Endurance SD cards made just for's some.


VERY IMPORTANT. These links take you to the product, however Amazon have three different ways of selling. There's Amazon Direct - This means that you are only dealing with Amazon themselves, then there's other sellers that use Amazon's facilities - these show as Fulfilled By Amazon and finally there's Market Place sellers that advertise on Amazon, but operate independently.  I strongly recommend that you only use the first...the Amazon Direct - Sold By Amazon option. Even if it appears that you are paying a couple of £/$ more it is more than likely you are comparing the price of a real item against the price of a fake.

To give you an idea of the extent of the fake goods problem. In a 2016 survey by Apple - 90% of the 'Apple' chargers sold through Amazon - using the other the two methods..which includes the "Fulfilled by Amazon" option -  were found to be counterfeit....90%! 

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1950s Jukebox Wall-O-Matic MP3 Player

Thumbnail - Click for actual sizeWhen it comes to wallboxes (jukebox remote controllers) it's the models made by Seeburg rather than Wurlitzer that people think of. Whilst I have no room for a jukebox, a Seeburg Wall-O-Matic is definitely something I can accomodate, however there was little point getting one unless it actually could be used for something. Well I needn't have worried - of course the internet had me covered....


Useful links 

I bought my wallbox from here:
MP3 (or iPod) adaptor can be purchased here:
If you are want to do it all youself - you can pick up vintage wallboxes on ebay:


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Reader Comments (2)

Great one! I love the Seeburgs (actually 'Sjöberg' which was a Swede like me, who emigrated to America:) )

Really nifty interface adds up to a really odd 'remote'. I have a few Jukebox-nerd friends and the Seeburgs are always the best looking.
One of them have a huge stock of old and NOS parts here in Sweden. Love the Seeburg KD200!

I have a Wurlitzer OMT 1015 Vinyl myself, which gets some play in my "Game room"

May 12, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterMatte

What a beautiful piece of kit and a great mini review as always Matt... You must have a very understanding partner with all this techy heaven you've installed ;-)

May 17, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterRobB

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