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This review is from: Energy S10.3 Subwoofer Single
Pros: Powerful and tight, these make good general use subwoofers. They hit deep, though they are clearly more efficient at some tones, making them seem louder around 45hz.
Cons: The LED on the front is bright (electrical tape = applied). The feet could be a little better insulated, but I've always found that to be the case with subs.
Other Thoughts: I have a 15x15 living room that's open on the right side, and use two subs ... one under each main. I'm not sure if just one of these would be able to keep up with my system -- at the very least it would be driven extremely hard.
I bought these for $200 each and am very happy, though. They produce clean, never boomy sound, and paired can absolutely shake my house.
I love the front-mounted gain control and adjustable phase knob. Normally your choice is 0/180 phase -- these let you fine tune between -180 and 180. In time, I plan to zone them in each specifically for the corners they are placed in. Those are both great features for this price point!
This review is from: Brother HL-2270DW Wireless Monochrome Laser Printer
Pros: The printer operates quickly, prints double-sided pages, and can be connected through USB, wireless, or RJ45. Additionally, the software easily sets up the printer in either a P2P or Print Server arrangement if you choose to use the network.
Cons: Only comes with a power cable. If you want to hook it up any which way but wireless, you will need to bring your own cord to the party.
Other Thoughts: Feels a little flimsy, but then most printers do these days.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill 4 functions Mini Infrared Thermometer RIRT-TN168C1
Pros: Cheap, easy to use, and amusing to place with. If you have wanted an infrared thermometer just to randomly check the surface temps of stuff, the price is right.
Cons: May have no real purpose due to size and range -- this is a toy.
Other Thoughts: Careful if you start going up to people and taking their skin temperatures. They might think you are checking their blood sugar -- looks just like a glucose tester.READ FULL REVIEW