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This review is from: Pioneer SE-CL721-K 3.5mm Connector In-Ear DJ-Inspired Stereo Headphone
Pros: Really really good sound and bass. Ive been looking for a good set of headphones like these for a long time. Insulation on the wires are a good quality, and not cheap. These are just awesome, but then again they are made by pioneer.
Cons: Would be nice if they had a built in mic for use with cell phones. Little pricy at $50. Im always afraid to spend that kind of money on something when I don't know how good it is. I got these when they were on sale on the E-Blast for $20. But If and when I break these I wouldn't flinch at paying 50 to get another pair.
Other Thoughts: When I would use my $100 bluetooth headphones to cut the grass with I would have a hard time hearing the music. Now I can barely hear the lawn mower and I'm turning the volume down because the music is so loud. Comes with different size rubber pieces for people with smaller or larger ear canals.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Link Depot HHS-10 10 ft. Ultra High Speed HDMI Cable
Pros: It does what its supposed to do! The tolerances seem to b good. when you plug it into the tv or device its a nice tight fit and not a sloppy connection. It also has a plastic braided protective cover on the outside of the cable for extra protection. Didn't know about it when I bought it but was happy when I saw it because my cats will chew on anything.
Cons: Not a con for me but if you need a thin cable to try to hide your cables in a cable tray or something than this cable might be a little bulky for you, because of the extra protective layer it is a thicker diameter, otherwise not a problem
Other Thoughts: Overall I thought it seemed very well built even for the low price.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great picture and response time for gaming. Battlefield Bad Company 2 looks like a movie. Blue-Ray movies look incredible, great colors. Absolutely love it.
Cons: Slight bleed through around the edges when the screen is black. Built in speakers are SRS Premium Sound but have a cheap sound quality to them when gaming or listening to music. There is no buttons on the monitor to change the volume setting, you have to go thru some menu options to get to it, but now I'm nit-picking.
Other Thoughts: Specs
MB GigaByte GA-EX58-UD5
CPU i7-960 Bloomfield
GPU GigaByte GTX 480Fermi
RAM Crucial Ballistix DDR3 1600
OS Windows 7 Ultimate 64