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Pros: Small, fits well. Light weight enough for me. Different size ear plug cushions fit my ear fine.
Cons: Not loud enough. I know I may not be the norm on this. But, I got these to replace my use of the iPhone 5 supplied ear buds. Those things sound WAY better then these. MUCH better base response, and louder volume when you want it. These are not very loud at all. They are "ok" loud, but not loud enough for my tastes.
Other Thoughts: They will do the job. These are for going to the gym and not having to worry about accessing my phone to change tracks, and of course to cut the cord. However, they are lacking in the base response department, and they are not loud enough for me to get excited about. I was expecting the base to be a little less then the Apple supplied speakers. They are really good for there size. Just not for practical gym use or being very active.
It would be nice if there was some kind of firmware update that would take the governor off these headphones. I feel like they could be better.
This review is from: Men's Invicta II Chronograph Black Dial Two Tone
Pros: Looks as described in the pictures. Not as large as I thought, but exactly the size I wanted. Price is great!
Cons: Nothing so far. Came fast (even with 5-7 days free shipping), took about 4 days total from order. Time was off by an hour, but other then that. So far so good!
Other Thoughts: Hoping this is a great buy. Purchased for wedding gifts, and bought myself one as well. Bought it sight unseen. As I only had the pictures to go on. Looks just like the photos! I'm a fan of watches, and have purchased an Invicta before. Like I said, its only a week or so of owning it. But, I have no complaints. Shipping was fast, price was great, and the watch looks like it should.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SONY BDV-E570 Blu-ray Disc Home Theater System
Pros: Simple, out of the box worked as needed for very good 5.1 DTS HD sound from bluray, and connected cable box audio sounds like it should. Start up is fast enough, though not instant or anything. Menu's are ok to work with and controls thru it are fast enough. Unit has already had a few updates since owning it, 3 to be exact. Supports Netfix, Hulu plus, amazonVOD, Pandora radio, and quite a few other online media options. Price I paid was $350, so with all the features this has it was worth the price easily.
Cons: DLNA support is questionable at best. Sometimes it works streaming media from my DLNA NAS device (Lacie 4TB NAS). Most of the time it hasn't work. I have mp3's, and mp4 audio that it has lately been playing. Updates may have fixed some of those issues. However, movies that I have ripped from either DVD or BluRay (shuuuuh!)... Are iffy. It plays better from USB thumb drives then networked HD, and even from Windows Media Player (DLNA streamed from a PC) don't always work. Devices find each other fine, and most of the time you can browse the folders to find the file. However, sometimes it will not show all the folders you may actually have, and even then it doesn't play the movies that are in the correct format it asks for. Comes up "Corrupt, and or no readable media". However, same file on a USB drive plays fine??? Must be a file size limitation. Noticing movies that I can't put on USB (greater then 2GB files), I also can't stream via the network. Wireless streaming no good
Other Thoughts: Wire streaming worked fine off NAS when it would read the file. USB streaming works fine too surprisingly as NAS/PC streaming are iffy at best. Wireless is kind of pointless streaming wise as it stutters on playback. Netflix works pretty well, as does pandora radio. Other options I don't use really. TV hook up via Cable Box to digital in on this unit works fine. There is no HDMI input so this is the only way to get sound from external sources to play thru this HTS. I hope this fix the issue with streaming from my local networks computers. As I am ripping my movies to store on that NAS device so I don't need to keep media around. I hope I don't have to rip to such a lower format (and quality) in order for this thing to see it. But, it seems that's the last and only real issue I have with this thing. I can always reconnect a PC to get around this issue of watching moves on my TV. But, this was supposed to solve that, and make it easier to deal with by not having a PC on.READ FULL REVIEW