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This review is from: SONY MDR-V6 3.5mm/ 6.3mm Connector Circumaural Studio Monitor Series Headphone
Pros: If you're looking for very high quality and super detailed sound, these may be for you. Sounds from either end of the equalizer come as intended by the artist: treble is crisp and clear while bass is powerful and solid. Bass-heavy music is especially satisfying to listen to. The headphones are built exceptionally well. I expect the entire thing to last for a very long time. The pads are very comfortable and I can wear the headphones for hours on end. The cable is a tad heavy, but the coiled design makes it easy to manage and I have no problem stretching the cable 1.5 meters from rest to move around. The large, metal plug design is a godsend, because most of my other earphones/headphones have had wear & tear around the plug area. Also, the headphone's classic and spartan design makes it quite the looker.
- high quality, detailed sound
- unaltered, unbiased sound
- long-lasting build quality
- solid plug design
- classic and spartan aesthetic
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Pros: The ModXStream Pro is a godsend for upgrading rigs that have varying amounts of internal space. I have an ancient Dell Studio XPS that was in desperate need of an upgrade and I vastly overestimated how much space I had for the power supply and cables. However, thanks to the semi-modular cable design, I was able to barely squeeze the power supply block and the required cables in without too much difficulty. Aside from that, the product possesses great build quality. The power supply itself is very solid and compact. The cables are insulated with good material and are wrapped with a mesh that makes them easy to work with in small spaces. I do not move my computer around at all, but so far the cables have remained in position. The fan is relatively quiet, but can speed up to a soft hum when the power supply is under a load.
- semi-modular cable design
- great PSU and cable build quality
- cables remain in position
- relatively quiet fan
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Pros: I have been using this video card for six months now and I am very satisfied. I am running two monitors via VGA (one of which is DVI-to-VGA converted) with a HDTV plugged in via HDMI on occasion. So far the card's fan runs very quietly - even at higher speeds. I should note that I have not been able to fully benchmark the card's performance, because my motherboard is very old. However, I've been able to play games such as Battlefield 3, Bioshock Infinite, and Crysis 2 at 60+ FPS on higher settings.
- DVI-to-VGA adapter included
- quiet fan, even at high speeds
- runs current AAA games at higher settings
Cons: The only problem I've encountered is with AMD's drivers for this card (which probably isn't MSI's fault). If Adobe Flash is running and I let the computer automatically turn off my monitors, my video card will sometimes become non-responsive. Restarting with shortcut keys usually resolves the problem, but this is a minor annoyance I wish did not exist.
- AMD driver bugs
Other Thoughts: Overall, this is an excellent graphics/video card for any gamer on a budget. I will definitely consider purchasing from MSI again and would recommend this line of cards to friends.READ FULL REVIEW