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Pros: big storage, decent price, no performance complaints...
Cons: it's taking forever to get to the next phase of storage capacity... its heavy (not a con but an observation)
Other Thoughts: There was a price drop and the drive was available for $230 est. I needed to finish populating my QNAP NAS, I had read the reviews re: and the Seagates seemed to last a long time... for $1250, you get 5 x 6TB drives and another $500 the 5 bay QNAP NAS.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This thing rocks! It is loud and we never max it out because it just becomes painful... at max volume it doesn't distort. Once paired w/ Bluetooth will always reconnect without trouble. Used in both indoor and outdoor settings. Played back both Pandora, MP3s and FLACs files over Bluetooth... no issues...
Cons: the controls on the device (volume up and down are fine) don't respond well, your not sure if you are actually pressing the buttons. The pairing process was not intuitive and gave me initial concerns when setting it up (definite improvement there).
Other Thoughts: haven't really used the 3.5mm connector, assume it works fine.
haven't used the battery setup
This review is from: Samsung UN65HU9000 65" Class 4K Ultra HD 120Hz 3D Curved Smart LED TV
Pros: its 4K, sturdy base, the curve... is gorgeous. The Smart Hub apps are cool, especially 4K Netflix. Plex support and Vudu support, these apps looked better than XBone or HTPC connections. USB support. 4K HTPC support, this one surprised me. The computer connected through DVI to HDMI was picked up at 4K/30 - so that was interesting. Looked great, but I am still playing with this feature.
Cons: 1) reflective if you are way off on the side and there is a reflection coming from the other side of the screen.
2) Master of your home theater syndrome. I have a receiver, and XBone and now this beast. All tried to turn on and off each component and so I had to disconnect the IR blaster
3) couldn't get the wireless to work
4) didn't even bother with the speakers...
Other Thoughts: 1) at 1st the idea of a separate "One Connect" box didn't sit well with me. Felt like a rip off having another "receiver", but now after a week, I think this is a truly ingenious design.
2) The cable that interconnects the two is a HDMI/DP hybrid with one way connectors, ehhh.
3) screen meant to be as low as possible to simulate a sitting height, be prepared to adjust your viewing angle a bit.