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This review is from: Pantum P2502W 1200 dpi x 1200 dpi Wireless / USB Mono Laser Printer
Pros: The wifi settings were a little irritating, BUT a few things you should know if you are trying to set this up on a 5ghz N Network.
I will read A, B, G, N networks
only works on 2.4ghz frequency
Directly printing to the printer is the best option for mobile devices.
The user who gave the detailed Wireless Setup instructions was VERY helpfully. Thank you.
Find the IP Address of your printer by going to 192.168.1.1 and logging into your router admin settings.
then view your active devices, and look for an IP like 192.168.1.125
Ok, so google search "direct IP print on Chrome" and look for instructions on adding your IP Printer to your Chrome Browser https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/1069693?hl=en-GB
the catch is, only users signed into that gmail user can print from anywhere! Even if you are away from your home it will print to this printer.
While using the iPad, use "air print" and SEARCH printer while you are within your home network range.
The printer speed is great, and the size is perfect. It is small and kind of perfect.
I just wanted to offer some insights of how i am using the printer.
Cons: the wireless setup was challenging, but only because i was trying to search for a 5GHz network.
If you are running a 5Ghz network, run a dual secondary network for just the printer.
Other Thoughts: The price per page is around 2.1 cents with the $30 toner and total cost of printer with included 700 page tonerREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Yamaha RX-V375 5.1 Channel 3D AV Receiver
Pros: very loud for my 20'x24' theater room,
easy to setup,
lots of music options (prologic, surround sound, stereo only, etc)
full hookups for speaker wire surround system.
HDMI passthrough is very high quality.
Cons: i am not well versed with all the receivers to explain the pros/cons position.
it doesn't have bluetooth?
doesn't have rca hookups for 5.1 (but i have cheap speakers)
doesn't have a way to rename the channels
doesn't have the time displayed
Other Thoughts: i was looking for a receiver that would play pandora off my phone into the whole house: Mission Accomplished!
I bought a Bluetooth gateway and stereo jack to rca then ran it into audio 1. Sound is awesome with two tower speakers and a center channel.
I have a Playstation 3 hooked up also, BUT i like playing with my wireless headsets. It is to save my wife from hearing constant run-fire, bombs, and narration updates. However, when she is off shopping and i am playing with the house to myself.... THAT'S RIGHT- you guessed it!!!! i can feel the bombs going off in the subwoofer.
as for the received it's self, it has not over heated, or given me issues.
Setup was easy.... I just turned it on... scrolled to the input i wanted, and then started playing with the many sound variants. i can make the audio output sound like a concert, or hall, or just stereo, or 5.1 or 2.1, or set the type of music (jazz, rock, games, music, etc)
overall i am impressed. a few things i wish it did... display time or custom channel text. it just sits on "AUDIO1" when it is playing music, and HDMI1 when i playing PS3
Pros: Water storage - plenty
Speed to brew
Consistency of coffee
Way cheaper that Starbucks and tastes better
Kids love pushing the buttons
Cons: Quiet mode is not too quiet.
K-cups take up a lot of space
Used k-cups are not environmentally sound
Other Thoughts: Overall I bought this for my wife as a gift and thought she would use it once or twice and thought it might save a little time from making a whole pot of coffee. After owning this for a while, I've noticed that my wife enjoys it everyday! She loves the convenience AND consistent taste.
Now she loves her keurig!
Each morning I start up the keurig and I wait about 90 seconds to warm the water. (I power it off after the morning to conserve energy. It uses a lot of watts) then i make my wife a cup... And bring it to her.
The whole process takes under 3 minutes.
Side note... We moved. And the keurig was the last item to be moved and it got a ride on the passenger front seat to the new house and was the first item plugged into the new kitchen.