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It's Here! The Star Wars Trilogy 4K Review On Disney+We review the Star Wars trilogy in 4k on Disney + in Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision HDR. ======================================== Visit us at Patreon. Support the channel and get perks and other benefits. Consultation, Advice, Review Requests, huge discounts on audio and video gear. https://www.patreon.com/SpareChange THANKS TO OUR PATREON SUPPORTERS! ======================================== Review Room: https://youtu.be/dITsG7LSSbw ======================================== Equipment used for review: Sony VPL-VW695Es 4K projector: Amazon - https://amzn.to/2MjOX2C B&H - https://bit.ly/33MSspD Sony 65A9G: https://bit.ly/2oxpJpD Sony 75X900F: Amazon - https://amzn.to/2U1w8DG B&H - https://bit.ly/2MXyr8V XPAND X105-RF-X1 3D glasses: http://amzn.to/2wGmmMz Emotiva: XMC-2: https://bit.ly/2nLUas5 Rotel RB-1590: https://bit.ly/2OYNy6r Rotel RMB-1585: https://bit.ly/2ZczUk3 Panasonic UB9000: Value Electronics - https://bit.ly/2n41miZ B&H - https://bit.ly/2P6BWg3 Amazon - https://amzn.to/3399vTl Oppo 203: https://amzn.to/2MgN7PM AppleTV 4K: https://bit.ly/2qbWoSK Arendal Sound Monitor S THX: https://bit.ly/33GXDYR SVS PB-16: https://bit.ly/2QjiH47 REL HT/1508: https://amzn.to/2oESvoe Valencia Syracuse Seating: https://amzn.to/2Tb6Wvm Middle Atlantic Rack: https://bit.ly/2J4wuX5 Shot on: Sony a7III: Amazon: https://amzn.to/2Bx0K90 B&H: https://bit.ly/33R19iP Sigma 20mm: Amazon: https://amzn.to/2qIxMAY B&H: https://bit.ly/2JluGJu Sony a6400: Amazon - https://amzn.to/2IrPxv0 B&H - https://bit.ly/2Zl10pm Sigma 16mm: Amazon - https://amzn.to/2VI3yZi B&H - https://bit.ly/2Ne3f79 More Equipment: https://www.amazon.com/shop/sparechange?ref=ac_inf_hm_vp ======================================== Follow Us: https://twitter.com/SpareChangeYT https://www.instagram.com/sparechangereviews/ https://www.facebook.com/SpareChangeReviews/ ======================================== For business inquires email us: sparechangereviews@gmail.com ======================================== #hometheater #StarWars #Disney ======================================== DISCLAIMER: This video and description may contain affiliate links, in turn I may earn from qualifying purchases.
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Hong Kong Travel Tips: 11 Things to Know Before You Go11 things YOU need to know before you go to Hong Kong. A comprehensive travel guide to bring you up to speed on the Weather, Language, Getting Around, and more! Hong Kong was originally a British Colony founded in 1842, taken over by China in 1997. Hong Kong’s Official Name is the “Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong.” In Chinese Hong Kong Means “Fragrant Harbor.” Hong Kong is Famous for Skyscrapers (it has 8,000 of them), but 40% of it’s land is park and nature preserve Hong Kong has 3 main areas, Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and the New Territories But in total it has 263 islands 2 - Weather Hong Kong's climate is sub-tropical, with temperatures dropping below 10 degrees Celsius in winter and exceeding 31 degrees Celsius in summer Pretty humid all year round May to November is typhoon season June & August are the wettest January and December are the dryest 3. Getting In Likely flying in to Hong Kong International Airport - HKG. It’s on Lantau Island, and its HUGE! The size of 20 soccer fields. You can fly to almost anywhere in the world from Hong Kong (more than 100 airlines operate 1,100 daily flights to and from 190 destinations worldwide) Cathay Pacific is Hong Kong’s home airline and has won “World’s Best Airline” four times – more than any other. Airport Express train to Central - Its just 24 minutes, and leaves every 10 minutes You can buy a round trip airport Express and Octopus card for 3 days unlimited MTR for $350 Taxi one way to Hong Kong Island would be about $400 HKD and take 45 mins to an hour 4. Unlucky This number omitted because it’s unlucky. 4 in Chinese sounds like the word for “Death.” Most buildings typically omit this floor. 5. Getting Around By public transit—it's efficient, clean, and affordable First things first, buy an Octopus Card -- It works on almost everything, even to get you in to the Hong Kong Horse Racetrack MTT - Subway Star Ferry - About $3 HKD, Upper Deck & Weekends cost a bit more. Tram - Ding Ding - $2.60 Double Decker Bus Mini Bus Taxi - Relatively inexpensive, but can be hard to hail during rush hour, or a rainy day, or shift change between 3-4pm. Don’t try to hail a cab if you see double yellow lines by the curb. Taxis can only stop if there is a single line—or none at all. Uber 6. Money Hong Kong Dollar Exchange Rate fixed to the USD. 1 USD = HK$7.75–7.85 Most places take Visa/Mastercard 40% take AMEX Lots of ATMS -- Hong Kong is a huge financial center after all Bills: Issued by 3 different banks, so you’ll see 3 different designs for all the bills HK$20, HK$50, HK$100, HK$500 and HK$1000 Coins: 7. Language 2 Official Languages 1.Chinese, (Spoken Cantonese) 2. English In the major urban districts, most residents will speak English but Cantonese is the local language If you think you’re planning to learn a little Cantonese before you go… it’s not easy… it has nine tones. 8. Shopping Shops often stay open late… none of this European 6pm closing time… think 9 or 10pm closing times for most shops and malls 9. Food: Cantonese Food And it’s all about sharing, portions are big and made for big groups Dim sum originated here in southern China and means “touch the heart”. These tiny bites of goodness were created as snack food for travellers and today are an essential part of local culture. Dim Sum Hong Kong Milk Tea Dai Pai Dong, Fast Food Noodle Shops, are common sites in Hong Kong offering an inexpensive bowl of noodles for around HK$20 and free tea Bones -- yes, lots of the local food has bones it. At the casual restaurants you can just put the bones on the table. At a fancier restaurant use the saucer plate beneath your bowl Tea -- Need a refill for your teapot? Turn the lid upside down. Like to avoid the crowds? Then avoid eating lunch between 1-2pm, that’s the typical Hong Kong lunch hour 10. Feng Shui The mystical art of feng shui is still common practice in Hong Kong -- wondering why a building’s architecture looks weird? The answer usually has to do with Feng Shui… that might be why your hotel lobby has a water feature and some goldfish in it too! 11. I’ve got more videos! CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/yellowwsub You might enjoy watching some of these other videos: Hong Kong Food Guide: https://youtu.be/nMu8Uf7A-hE Macau Travel Guide: https://youtu.be/bNGcuBxaqKA Or all my Hong Kong Videos in this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOVadUHX1B-JGIyM9Gi0318ipEZ3yHZER Yellow Productions on Social Media: FACEBOOK: https://facebook.com/YellowProductionsTravel INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/yellowwproductions/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/chrisraney Check out my blog: http://yelloww.net My video gear: Sony FDR-AX53 4K Handycam: http://amzn.to/2hYePVc Sony ECMW1M Wireless Microphone: http://amzn.to/2gQKDGG GoPro Fusion 360 Camera: https://amzn.to/2NINKSz Pacsafe LS250 Anti-theft Shoulder Bag: http://amzn.to/2h0YCNt