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Pros: Inexpensive, Rosewill name typically good.
Cons: Obnoxious gear noise.
Other Thoughts: The cartridge had to be installed twice to recognize but then it printed. Coverage and print quality seems fine. But there's a nasty sounding gear cycling noise on every page print . So far it's not getting worse, but it sure is obnoxious.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This monitor looks solid so far and a bargain for the specs. It's clearly been used given the mimor scratches and marks on the stand and bezel, but no big deal there.
Cons: I echo The Builder's comment about the awful packaging. Literally thrown in a huge box with a few scattered pieces of loose bubble wrap knocking around the UPS system for a few days. Cords and stand were attached, like it was just pulled off of someone's desk and thrown into a ratty, much-too-large carton.
Other Thoughts: As poorly as this thing was packed for shipment, I harbor concerns that latent transit damage could crop up later. I hate that, especially from NewEgg, who usually prevents this sort of sloppiness.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Affinity SB2160 5.1 CH TV Sound Bar w/ wireless Subwoofer
Pros: Operationally it paired up fine and the preset equalizer settings are decent..It's 2/3 as good as name brand units seling for 2-3 times as much. Good midrange response and the sub livens up movies nicely.
Cons: Low to average sound quality (but fine for this price point), lights distracting,
Other Thoughts: This is a nice looking setup, at least until the plethora of lights turn on. The subwoofer (hidden) has 2 bright ones and the 4 on the soundbar are a little distracting under the picture. Runs at between 7-15 watts consumption, sleeps at about 4 watts. However, it will lose partial sync occasionally and the sub output gets fuzzy and distorted.. I simply hit the "pair" button on the remote and it resets.READ FULL REVIEW