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This review is from: SHARP DV-RW350U DVD Recorder & VCR Combo
Pros: Does what it's designed to do.
Quiet and fairly straightforward in use,
and nice looking.
Cons: Is limited to 2x DVD-RW or 4x DVD-R discs only, as others have stated.
Those are getting harder to find.
The only problem has been its clock resets after a couple of days, now making it impossible to set long-term recording w/o rechecking that the clock is accurate.
Other Thoughts: As others have said, this is a nice combo -- I bought it elsewhere, also reconditioned about 10 years ago -- just as VCRs were disappearing from the shelves forever -- the next year they were gone.
It has served well. recording hundreds of discs @ different speeds, mostly DVD-RWs.
It also has an annoying habit of turning on its internal fan @ odd times, even when "off".
Pros: Works as advertised -- boot times are quick.
Small and silent.
Cons: On my system, an i7-2700K, GTX670, 1333DDR3, all the components rate 7.7 or 7.9 except this 256GB SSD, which, as a primary drive, rates 7.2. (???)
So, a system which should rate higher rates 7.2.
Still, boot times are quick.
This review is from: Pioneer SW-8-K 100W Powered Subwoofer Single
Pros: Does the job - volume and frequency can be adjusted on the cabinet with dials, can hook up using speaker wire or preamp in. It also has a nice standby feature so you don't have to worry about turning it on and off all the time, and the delay is not bad at all when starting up again.
Fills a room with what you want -- that deep filler. Not sure exactly where the rolloff is, but it's great for movie sound effects.
Movies come alive in my 18x15xvauted ceiling listening area.
Cons: None, AFAIK.READ FULL REVIEW
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