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Pros: +Charges great (good charging speed)
+Nice size. Not too large. Fits in your hand, but you should expect it to be longer than your hand is wide.
+Feels solid / Durable.
+Comes with a pouch for cleaner storage.
+Feels valuable (Has fair weight to it. Especially when fully charged. Lets say it weighs about as much as 5 smartphones)
+Comes with two charging dock points that can both can work simultaneously.
+Comes with a charging cable.
+The cable is around 8 inches long.
+The cable works as a charger for the main battery, or to be used "backwards" as a charger for Android type ports.
+Both outgoing ports are USB 2.0 so it is generally limitless.
+Tells you the power left in the battery via the indicator button.
+Doesn't heat up easily.
+One port for faster charging and another for slower. It is supposedly healthier for batteries to absorb slowly for a longer lifespan.
Cons: _The biggest problem is the ability to recognize power consumption and to stay awake. If you plan to use this for charging something other than a phone, It needs to be a power hungry device to keep this charger awake and going, on either port. ie, If i plug my phone in, it will only charge if A. The phone has lost at least a fourth of its battery. B. I press the power button on the charger and keep doing this every time the power indication light goes out (Which is about after 6 seconds).
_No on/off switch. It is all automated and operates by a single power indicator button.
_Maybe too heavy? It weighs about a pound or two after being fully charged, so it has some tug with gravity. Beware if you wish to travel with this. I can't be athletic with this on me. I can't even walk around with this in a pocket.
Other Thoughts: ~A messy trick i found that works fairly well is to have your phone charge, and run something else alongside it (If you have weak devices; Read on). This will require an extra charging cable to pair with the one that comes with this charger. I bought this to power a fm transmitter, and/or a mp3 player, but it doesn't like to charge either of these low power devices. It seems as if it doesn't realize that there are devices pulling power from it if the draw is too weak.
~I have fully charged this once, and, afterwards, charged my phone from a half full battery to 100%, and then used it as a source for a couple other devices at the same time, and i have never brought it down a single bar yet. I haven't used it much, but for what it has charged, i am surprised that it seems soo unphased. I have had it for a couple weeks, and fully charged it *overnight* once, and it since hasn't indicated any noteworthy power drop. It came in the mail 3/4ths charged.
**It WILL take a while for this thing to charge. I don't know how long from empty to full, but just a quarter takes a few hours.
Verdict ~I would recommend this to people who are more tech oriented and wise. Otherwise, there could be problems troubleshooting charging faults. Ease of use gets a 3.75/5. I feel it was worth the money and I'm happy about it.
This review is from: SanDisk 16 GB microSD High Capacity (microSDHC) - 1 Card
Pros: Reads and writes at reliable speeds. Not slow.
Saves as close to 16gigs as much as up to a couple hundred mb away.
Humble price at 5$ per card.
Other Thoughts: Would absolutely recommend this sell at 16gigs for 5$.
Would be cool if the casing was clear. Maybe even waterproof.
I dont remember if the shipping was slow. I've had this for a few months now and it has worked flawlessly. Even if the package was a few days late, it is still a 5 star sale.
This review is from: JVC HA-RX900 3.5mm/ 6.3mm Connector Circumaural Full-Size Headphone
Pros: +Long Cable. (Very long. Some people say its too long but i say how is that really possible. i mean come on. Watch where you're stepping i guess...?) I can walk around my smallish room with some easy with these still plugged into my computer without having to worry about stepping too far and unplugging them. So, really, wirelessness is still irrelevant.
+Again, bass. You can really feel it shake the headphones when you make them work and you can feel the pressure on and around your ear along with the typical heavy pressure feeling in your ear with a strong sine wave.
+Very Hard to make it buzz out via bass and loudness
+Comfortable to wear for however long. The headband sits somewhat loosely but snug enough to not let it slip any bit on top of your head. The ear pieces are nicely fit and sit around my ears perfectly, and i have somewhat big ears, i figure. Note- If you wear them backwards, it will be easy to notice because of the way your ears are supposed to nest in the cups.
+ Nice minimal color ashy look. Not over the top attention seeking glamour focused.
+Very great bass response while withholding clear treble at the same time and no sound dipping ever yet.
+Okay noise cancelation. Not the greatest but when you put these one, they do muffle out a lot of background noise pretty well. When you're playing music, you can forget about paying attention to your audible surroundings with the same ease of earbuds.
+Much expansion room for people with massive heads. (no offense intended. Just that there is really plenty of room for anyone and maybe too much for people with smaller heads.)
+Came with a 6.3 (seemingly) gold adapter
+Seems to be built very well and strong.
+The cushioned cups rotate with a little squeeze and twist/rotation to better suit your interests, although i dont find any real benefit to doing this as much as you are making a problem of overcomplicating the function of comfort.
+They make me appreciate having a decent Audio card and EQ.
Cons: -No little rack thing to sit/hang them on came with. It would be nice to have a thing to keep these off of the grime of the workplace and out of danger of many things. For example, i let them sit on my desk but a couple times, already, the cable was sitting near my feet and i stepped on it and pulled it off of my desk and i fear for its longevity takes to my accidental abuse to it :C . Its really my fault but i feel like there could be something to help me out such as a stand to put these on and keep them out of everythings way.
Not really a big problem though. Not at all.
-They're a little big and can be hard to grasp and pull off of your head of you dont have a firm grip on them since they're soo big around. Again, not really a problem of the product as it is of the user.
Other Thoughts: +It works great with my computer and my tv
+I listen to tons of electronic music and quality playback peripherals are an extreme requirement. I didn't realize how amazing of a difference you can have with sound quality until i stopped buying 20-25$ for earbuds and picked up this guy for 70. I am very happy that i did. These always sound pure and clean.
IF YOU LISTEN TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC DAY IN AND OUT AND DONT WANT TO SPEND A $100+ FOR LOVE, HERE IS YOUR SAVIOR.
I listen, for example of where im hearing from, to tech house, hard techno, underground techno, gabber, progressive trance.
Also, These headphones have had me make a hobby of slowing down my fast musics and enjoying everything at turtle techno speed of 45 to 70bpm for bass glory. Thank you JVC :)