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This review is from: Rosewill RHTS-8206 - USB Connector 5.1-Channel Vibrating Gaming Headset
Pros: I've had these for 6 months and they work fine. Sound quality is really the best part of this headset. Mic is fine for in game communication.
The headband is comfortable, the ear cups are just a bit too small for my ears. I wear these for 7-10 hours at a time and I don't find myself fatigued in any way due to this headset. They don't feel heavy on my head.
The mute button is a great feature of this headset and is fairly easy to use (though the light illuminates when the mic is muted instead of when it's live - which, to me, seems backwards to how it should work).
I sometimes wear glasses while using these and everything still feels pretty comfortable.
Cons: The mic picks up a lot of background noise. There's just a bit of feedback present in all my streams and recordings. I can edit most of it out in my recording, but they're not ideal for streaming.
The ear cups make your ears very warm. I'm bald, so it easy to tell the heat is coming from the ear cups and nothing else.
The ear cups are a bit small for my ears and my ears are a bit "tucked" in a the top (my ears are 3" from top to bottom). If your ears are 3" or longer, you probably want a different headset.
The motor for the vibration is annoying, to say the least. I NEVER us the vibration feature because of this. There is a very noticeable hum when you have the vibration turned on, even on the lowest of the two settings. When turned on the higher of the settings you'll think an airplane is hovering over your house.
Other Thoughts: This is a decent headset, I wouldn't say great and I wouldn't say poor. The sound is great and if you have ears smaller than 2.75" they should be comfortable. I don't know how anyone can use the vibration feature with the hum that the motor makes. The mic is decent for Skype and in-game communication, but not recording quality.
I picked mine up for 50 dollars with the rebate (which was a smooth process). For this price, they're well worth picking up if you don't intend to record and if your ears are under 3" long.
This review is from: SYBA SY-MR-35SOF 3.5" Serial ATA hard drive SATA II HDD-ROM mobile rack
Pros: Have been using this item with a 4GB Seagate HDD for 6 months and haven't had an issue. Some larger capacity HDD's evidently don't work with this because they are too thick, but mine works perfectly fine. I don't take the HDD out as often as I thought I would, but I don't foresee any issues. I've taken it out a few times and it seems to work great. Connection is nice and secure.
Other Thoughts: The plastic locking mechanism seems a bit cheap, but others say it's adequate, so I'm not too worried about it. I've never had a problem with it. I do continue helping the HDD push in as I close the locking mechanism though.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: GOgroove FlexSMART X2 Bluetooth Wireless FM Transmitter Car Kit with USB Charging, Playback Controls and Hands-Free Calling - Works with Apple iPhone 6, Samsung Note 4, LG G3 and More
Pros: Great sound quality - people on the other end of a call don't even know they're on speakers. Have had numerous people comment about how clear the sound is. The sound coming through the car speakers is clear as well. I won't say it's crystal clear, but it's pretty close to what someone speaking on the radio sounds like.
Cons: Because of it's design and the distance the main unit sets from the outlet, the connection can get loose if you don't pay attention to it. When I get a call, I make sure I push it in firmly so it doesn't come loose during a call (which it never has).
I don't like having to turn it on and off every time I get in and out of the car. I wish it turned back on automatically if I left it on when I exited the car. I always forget to turn it back on, especially if I make a quick stop somewhere.
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