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This review is from: JVC HA-RX900 3.5mm/ 6.3mm Connector Circumaural Full-Size Headphone
Pros: I'm no audio professional, but these convinced me that I had no reason to spend any more money on very high quality headphones. there is no loss of functionality. the bass is as rich as always, the high tones are almost heard by the neighbor's dogs, and the entire frequency spectrum is well reproduced. love them for DJ music. long cable is a very nice feature, very useful.
Cons: none. I'm sticking with JVC for headphones for the last 2 years and in the predictable future.
Other Thoughts: no need for > $100 Senheisers or other brands. this is the product that will give you best value and quality of manufacturing and sound in over 80% of cases - if you're a true audiophile and can detect the difference with more expensive headphones, go for other brands. I don't need to, and I'm very far from being hearing challenged.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: great for RAID arrays
good warranty (so good, I don't have to use it)
they're Western Digital, and for the past 10-15 years I had almost no problems with this manufacturer, while Seagate drives purchased in the past were at least questionable in quality.
Cons: going up in price?? whatever - they're still worth it.
Other Thoughts: Newegg packaged them very well. I got 4 of them, none was DOA, all of them keep working 24/7 since I got them in November 2013. absolutely zero problems.
highly recommended for prosumer level RAID arrays.
Pros: I got Dell U2713HM almost a year ago (2560x1440). the quality was not only good, it was flawless, I recommended to my employer to buy around 10 of these, especially for the price. None of the monitors showed any problems (and it's been 10+ months now).
Now I do want to switch to this model, due to the resolution, and the Dell quality I've been trusting for very many years. Other manufacturers of monitors with similar resolution just don't do the job good enough to create something that has absolutely no problems. I'm own a few ASUS and Acer monitors, and none of them hold the candle to the Dell monitors, whether it was 24" 1920x1200 model, or my current 2560x1440 one. the value for functionality and quality (crispiness of image, contrast, color reproduction even for models not targeted at graphical designers, quality of manufacturing) is peerless in the industry, once you can wait until Dell drops initial sky-high pricing.
Cons: can't think of any. couldn't think of any for the past 10 years. not even a single dead pixel.
Other Thoughts: I really do want to replace my current U2713HM with one or even better, two of these.READ FULL REVIEW