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Pros: Just works nicely, easy to set up, and dirt cheap.
Cons: Like every other home router I ever owned, this one got flaky after a year or two.
Other Thoughts: Here's the deal: home wireless routers JUST DIE. You are doing good to get 2 years out of them. So getting them cheap counts. In fact, I just bought my second one of these because the first eventually got wonky; I'm seriously thinking that at $25, I should order another one right now while I can still get that price and stick it on the shelf for, oh, about 2012 when the one I just installed tanks.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy to set up, good range. I just used the web setup. You won't beat the sale price.
Cons: Well, after a coupla years it stared getting flaky and unreliable, but that has been my experience with EVERY router I've ever owned, including Linsys stuff.
Other Thoughts: Install the firmware update BEFORE configuring it. New firmware wipes out your settings. (Duh, like I couldn't have figured that out...)READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Koss KTXPRO1 Stereo Headphone
Pros: They Sound Great for Cheap. As I've seen noted elsewhere, they have powerful, tight bass, reminds me of the ancient Koss Pro4As that got me through college - but more clarity. Nothing else like it in this price range. Needed clear, bass-capable phones for my home recording rig, these will do it.
Cons: Seem a bit fragile, and I'm guessing the on-the-ear design is not going to be as comfortable as my Sony earbuds or no-name circumaural headphones. But for the sound, I'll put up with a lot.READ FULL REVIEW