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This review is from: MEElectronics AF-52 Bluetooth Over-Ear Headphone
Pros: -Battery life is very long. Lasts me almost 12 days at the gym for my 75 minute workouts
-charges very quickly
-bluetooth connects easily and smoothly
-sound is much better than i expected. The ranges are perfect, very deep base. Thats the advantage you get with the 40mm drivers.
-all day comfortable. adjustable headband, i never got a sore head or ears.
-not overly huge and bulky, but big enough to fit over my larger sized ears
Cons: -looks cheap on the outside
Other Thoughts: I wear these every day doing homework and going to the gym. on avg they get used 3-4 hours a day and i must say theyre incredible.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Its modular
-The flat cabling is really nice
-The logo on the side of the pcu chassis is inverted on one side so its always right side up whether the fan is mounted up or down
-Includes plenty of black zip ties and matching black screws
Cons: The spacing of the SATA plugs on the SATA cable are a bit close
Other Thoughts: Cool feature: the cooling fan adjusts based on load so its not always running "full bore". Not a feature you always find on smaller power suppliesREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Its heavy duty
- I personally like the cabling style
-It wasnt DOA
-No coil whine
-Nice bundled velcro cable ties (instead of the one-time-use "zip-ties")
Cons: -Its heavy duty (see comments)
-Cables had weird white dust on them when i opened the box. Had to take a damp towel and wipe them all. It came off easily though
Other Thoughts: This psu IS very bulky. The entire psu chassis is metal. Even the front plate you see in the pics is metal, making for a very "solid" feel. The cables look like they were made to wire a house. The plugs on the cable ends are as big as some wall outlet plugs! So yes, the other reviews are correct, the cables are this psu's worst flaw. However, if you like the heavy duty feel, and have room to handle bulky cables, its pretty nice.
Also, the 3 fans on this only turn on when needed; a nice feature to keep your rig quiet when simply typing a word document
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