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This review is from: VM Audio 600W 5.1 Multimedia Surround Sound System w/ USB/SD | VMHS512
Pros: This unit has fairly good looks and comes in almost any capacity. Price, RCA Aux input jack, component input jack, SD jacks, deep base and 5.1 speakers.
Cons: Manual could've been better. When off red light keeps flashing. Volume goes to preset level only when powered off and turn back on. Have not seen any adjustments for bass or treble.
Other Thoughts: Wanted a low cost, sub $100 powered set of speakers for connecting to my DTX500k Yamaha drum kit. Spent a great deal of time researching different systems before settling on this 5.1. I did not make a bad decision. It's certainly not 600 watts but good enough volume but really deep nice bass. All i am using is two speakers and the bass/control unit (2.1 configuration) but it fills the room and is loud enough to hear it all over the house. Love the boom of the bass drums.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Now that the wow factor has worn off and I got down to working with the case, it impresses me even more. For starters, it is a well built and well design case. Solid aluminum construction, room to put all your favorite stuff and more, four fans with space for more, excellent air flow inside and filters at the bottom of the case. I handle and legs is strong enough to lift the case on one side. Drive space and pull out cage design is impressive and so is the sound dampening features. I can go on and on, but in short it is an allround good case for those who want space, near silent operations, excellent cooling in a well design case. This case got features.
Cons: With the easy opening, tooless design, side panel opening, it is easy to push the back lever and open the side panels by mistake. In fact, when I took it out of the case, on right side panel was open, and I was wondering if it was shipped like that. My Thermaltake 750w P.S gave me a little struggle to fit at the bottom of the case. The hole did not line up well. (maybe it's the P.S fault...I didn't check another P.S) The side panels could have fitted a bit more snug. Maybe it me being picky.
Other Thoughts: Easily fits an extended ATX board, internal water-cooling rig or the biggest air cooling CPU cooler. Make sure you got room in you house or office to put this thing.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Oh My goodness! this tower is huge and heavy. I took it out of the box and just stood there looking at it. Wow! I love the feel of it. Solid, and the side panels and doors feel very strong. Space galore. You can load this thing up with drives and an internal water cooling system should fix easily. Its a good thing that this was purchased for my office and not my home. It will make a solid office computer for various uses. Not your run of the mill, grandma type case.
Cons: Ain't start to build it yet, but for now..N/A
Other Thoughts: ASUS P5K-E/WIFI-AP LGA 775 MB, Core 2 Quad Q6600 Processor, Thermaltake W0117RU 750w Power Supply, G.SKILL 4GB DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500), EVGA GeForce 8800 GT 512MB 256-bit GDDR3 Video Card, 2 Western Digital Caviar 640GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s Hard Drive. (over 1TB)READ FULL REVIEW