I don't care for youtube reviews much.
For electronics, I usually take into account Newegg reviews. For some items, Amazon reviews. And for more specialty items, I try to find blogs or magazines that specialize in evaluating that product (like higher end audio gear). Many products I go based on brand, you usually get what you pay for is largely true.
Just remember this:
maven3 (rep: 5.2k) posted Sep 04, 2012
I also refer to online reviews on Amazon & Newegg whenever available, even for something cheap. Sometimes there's a very good reason why they practically can't give an item away, making it not even worth a few bucks. I also use professional review sites, like steves-digicams.com, when I'm looking for a camera. I generally can't stand youtube or other user-submitted video reviews. They're almost universally long-winded, rambling, and just not to the point. Umm, well at least this is to the point!
fluffy (rep: 2.2k) posted Sep 04, 2012
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