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This review is from: Rosewill - 3.5mm Stereo Coupler (2 Pack)
Pros: I'm listening to 32-bit music through my Sound Blaster X-Fi, Monster cable, Klipsch in-ear headphones, and this coupler. The audio sounds great. The only improvement I can make to this setup is a professional audio receiver and studio monitors. This is apparently a good product.
Cons: Why is one blue? It's not a con, though. I just thought I'd type something. :PREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech 980186-0403 Silver USB Connector USB Desktop Microphone
Pros: It's weighted base stays in place. The mute/on button is convenient. The audio quality is decent for the price.
Cons: This mic picks up no bass at all. I have a low bass voice, so I sound like a young high school kid with this thing despite being a grown man. The volume pickup is very low. Since it uses USB instead of mini-jack, I can't use gain boost and such.
Other Thoughts: If you're gonna do a lot of mic stuff that other people will hear, then I highly recommend investing in a more expensive option.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It produces a good picture with a lot of tweaking of the settings. The software for simply viewing the video output meets my needs without big complaints. Most notably, the video did not lag, as I have had trouble with that using other software. Finally, this input device works with other software not made by the manufacturer (including recording software), which is a big bonus.
Cons: It only inputs a 480p signal at max, but I think that is limited by USB 2 speeds. If this device was internal, it would probably do HD, since it passes through a 1080 signal to a TV. Also, nothing about this product is spectacular. It simply gets the job done.
Other Thoughts: I bought this for old game consoles and for my Wii, so I wasn't expecting much. I knew when I bought it that it would only be for obselete hardware. It does the job that it was intended for quite well, though, and that's all I need.READ FULL REVIEW