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This review is from: V-Moda Rrmt-chrome Remix Canal Headphone with Three-button Remote Control (Chrome)
Pros: Very clear audio. Bass doesn't overpower. Twenty dollars.
I've had these for over 2 months, no problems.
Cons: The jagged design can scratch your ear sometimes.
Other Thoughts: I went to check the mailbox like an hour ago, and my car's renewed registration was there waiting for me.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: MEElectronics M9 Classic In-Ear Headphone
Pros: They were great when they worked. Very smooth.
Cons: 7 weeks later, they sound like the speakers are broken. It started with the left speaker, but an hour after, the right speaker followed. The only way I can use them without any distortion is to set the volume reaalllly low... these things are useless now. They're going in the garbage.
Other Thoughts: I guess quality and $10 don't go together.
Also, they made my ears itch in a ticklish kinda way. It was annoying.
This review is from: Scythe SY1225SL12SH 120mm "Slipstream" Case Fan
Pros: These things are aggresive at full RPM! lol
I bought two to get that sweet $5 discount(each!). I replaced my rear exhaust fan, and gave my heatsink that famous push pull config.
My core temps peak at 52c, and average 50c at 4.0GHz 100% load! Big improvement from 61c. It also drops temps way faster after I stop Prime95.
Cons: They can get quite loud at full RPM but that's why you connect them to a fan controller. Besides, if you NEED them at full RPM chances are you have your speaker volume way up.
There's a sort of plasticy smell that comes out after running them at max for a while. I hope this isn't a bad sign.
Other Thoughts: -AMD Phenom II X4 970 BE 4.0GHz(I've OC'd to 4.3GHz but it gets scary up there)
-Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus(w/original fan + this Scythe fan)
-Arctic Cooling MX4 Thermal Compound
Display Name: David R.
Date Joined: 04/22/11
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