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This review is from: ENERMAX UC-8EB 80mm Case Fan
Pros: Low RPM -> Quiet.
Easy to take apart and clean.
Cons: Bearing needs re-greasing in less than 4 months.
Other Thoughts: I purchased this fan in mid June to replace stock one (very loud) in audio receiver. It was running 24/7 on almost max RPM. Couple weeks ago I started noticing that fan becomes more and more loud. So I should have to take receiver apart again to re-grease the fans bearing. However "detachable blades design" make this operation very quick and easy. And now it's again whisper quiet.
I definitely recommend this fan to everyone who's not looking for serious cooling but needs quiet 24/7 operations.
This review is from: New Pyle Pt570au 5.1 Ch Home Theater Am Fm Receiver & Amplifier
Pros: Cheap! Probably cheapest 5.1 Amp on the market.
Powerful enough for my setup.
Cons: Low power on rear speakers, but you can't really complain for that price.
Very loud exhaust fan!!! You should consider buying this only if you planing to set it in closed cabinet/shelf. Otherwise you will have about 55 dB of noise coming out of this thing. Egg off!
Other Thoughts: If you have plans how to make this thing quiet and you don't need to broadcast your movie sound to all your neighbors - this is good buy for you.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Polk Audio RM510 5.1 CH High Performance Home Theater Speaker System
Pros: Good sound;
Stylish, solid look of speakers;
Stand flat or wall mount;
Great quality and long life* (*expected);
Spring-loaded connectors work well with 14 AWG wire;
Probably the best choice for medium-sized room for the price;
Cons: Does not includes receiver and wires :-)
"Large Cube" sub-woofer (personal preferences);
Does not have dedicated stand/legs for side(rear) speakers (but they still could stand on any flat surface);
Other Thoughts: In reply to "N/A 6/4/2013 3:10:40 PM"
It could be set-up even if your receiver does not have dedicated sub-out. Read manual on page #8:
Two channel or Dolby® Pro Logic receiver with no “Sub Out.”
Illustration included :-)
Note: personally I did not tried this set-up.
Overall very pleased.