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This review is from: Polk Audio PSW Series PSW505 12" Powered Subwoofer Single
Pros: Too much to list.
Power output is good, but a single unit does not get crazy loud in a normal room.
Tight bass - This is not just a cheap home theater unit to get a little rumble. It sounds good with music
Gets pretty low ~30Hz F3
LFE in, Variable crossover for line in,
auto mode on power switch
Cons: Dated appearance
Other Thoughts: This is the 2nd of these I have. Currently they both hooked up together in my basement, but I have used them in different locations. They are with a pair of Sony SS-F7000 towers powered by an HK 3490. The combo can put out ridiculous bass.
Overall, I would take my DSW600 over it, despite its slightly lower power output. The bass is a bit punchier and the new model seems to get a bit lower. I like the 505 much better then my DSWmicoPro 1000 8" which I bought mostly for size and the crazy power output. They have similar freq response specs.
I cannot believe people would pay as much or more for their new PSW lines. This is a higher end product that Newegg has great deals on. If you see a deal, take it
Pros: Looks great. Runs cooler.
Cons: 1 stuck pixel.
Other Thoughts: There is a buzzing sound emitted whenever it is turned on. Its faint, and does not bother me often because I am usually listening to music, but there are times it is very annoying. Never use the speakersREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Microsoft SIDEWINDER X4 Keyboard - Retail
Pros: -increased simultaneous key inputs
-wrist relief works well for me
-Key positions are awkward.
Other Thoughts: Overall it is a great keyboard and I would recommend it. I did not really need the macros keys and wish they were not there to extend the 'esc' key to be easier to find. I find the backspace is a bit harder to hit as well for some reason. In general, I type with more errors on it then all my other keyboards. That being said, it seems like a quality product and I love many of the features.READ FULL REVIEW
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