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This review is from: Soul by Ludacris SL99 In-Ear High-Def Sound Isolation Headphone
Pros: Great sound quality, good value for quality, anti tangle, fits well in my ear, I'm using the smaller ear buds. ,nice storage pouch, assortment of ear bud sizes. Long cord. Takes average daily punishment. Look great.
Cons: They tend to need adjustments, so as not to fall out of my ear, from time to time. No, "on ear hooks", to hold them in place if you are wearing them during heavy activities. I have tried, but they keep falling out, or need to be adjusted. They don't have the specs posted on their web site. I would like to know that the d b, impedance, and what the exact frequency response is.
Other Thoughts: These are truly a great value for the money, especially if you get them during a sale. I have had these for over two months now and have used them on a daily basis. I have used them while working, during heavy activities...e.g. working out or house and outdoor activities. I have even used them while sleeping. They have withstood my pulling on them or tugging by accident, my sweat, and rain. They are tough, or I have been really lucky, or both. =)
The sound quality is amazing for an ear bud. NOT to be confused with over ear head phones! Clean bass, clear mid and highs. Out of all the other ear buds I have used and have now, these have been one of the best. I have the high end Bose ear buds, $$299.00 TDK's ear buds, almost as expensive JVC ear buds, and the SL99's sound the best all around. Each one of the others does a great job, BUT they don't reproduce the over all sound, 20hz to 20khz, as evenly throughout. These reproduce the bass smooth and evenly, were as the Bose is heavy deep bass with very little high end reproduction, much like their home speakers, (which I also have). The TDK's sound amazing, but they lack the bass that the SL99's reproduce. The JVC sound and feel great as well but don't have that mid or bass that the SL99's do. The SL99's reproduce smooth accurate clear highs, much like the JVC's. I have spent hours listen to the difference using sound testing music which I have used to set up home theater and car audio systems,(I use to install them),to see which one sounds the best and overall the SL99's sound the best. And just a friendly warning the highs are reproduced accurately enough to damage your ears if you are listen at to high volume level.
Pros: Purchased two of these for a new build. I have them set up to support one 840 pro 256 SSD which is running the OS and a few major programs.
- SATAIII, 64MB cache, 7200RPM.
- Runs cool, low noise,
- I cannot hear them above the quiet sound of my fan set up.
- Single plater.
- awesome read/ writes for a mechanical drive running at 7200 RPM
- Its a Western digital
- great price point
Cons: - would like a more than 2 year warranty
Other Thoughts: I was very impressed with the access times in raid 0 configuration.
Cystal Disk benchmark: In raid 0, 1863GB usable space after format. USING (Very important people!!) MSI motherboard that is SATAIII! SATAII and SATA1.5 will NOT get you these numbers.
Seq reads: 372.7MB/s
Seq writes: 357.1MB/s
For comparison my 840 Pro 256GB 43% full:
Seq Read: 483.4 MB/s , Seq Write: 446.6
For Comparison, two 300GB Vraptors enterprise-class 10,000RPM, SATAII 3.0Gb/s, in raid 0:
Seq Read: 208.9MB/s , Seq Write: 209.5
You do the math, I'm very impressed!
* MSI FM2 A85XA G65
* AMD A10-6800K Richland
* Corsair Dominator Platinum 32GB kit
* Corsair H100i
* all of the above mentioned drives
* two MSI HD7870 GHz edition
* Corsair HX850
This review is from: Sony PS Vita 32GB Memory Card
Pros: Size, small, easy to store
Cons: Price is not value added, proprietary format
Other Thoughts: If they had a bigger size, I would have purchased it. I came from a 16GB that was almost completely filled. To this and it's almost completely filled. =)READ FULL REVIEW