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This review is from: LG Black Optimus F6 T-Mobile No Contract 4G Smart Phone
Pros: Excellent battery life, speed, no lag.. Everything about this phone is so much better than the Samsung Galaxy S3 that it replaced. It's much faster, doesn't need daily restarts, gets better cell signal and sends and receives pic and regular messages much quicker.. Plays YouTube videos perfectly without hangups or frequent buffering unlike the Samsung..
Cons: Only real negative is the low memory. But easily fixable with a mini SD memory card. Great for storing pics and videos.
Other Thoughts: Very pleased with this phone. Couldn't be happier.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BIC America Venturi DV-64 2-Way Tower Speaker Single
Pros: From what I can remember, the only thing that sounded descent was bass... and even that was boomy..
Cons: Serious listeners fatigue! The tweeters on these speakers are absolutely horrible! No matter what amplifier I used with them, they would still sound lousy.. Screechy, shrilly, non realistic highs is what you get with these. Cupped, boxy midrange is equally as bad. I can't understand why these speakers get such wonderful reviews when they sound the way that they do?? My vacuum tube amp couldn't even improve the sound.. If a tube amp can't improve the lousy sound of a "supposedly" good speaker, then you might as well give up.. I've owned many speakers in my day and never heard a pair this bad..
Other Thoughts: Thoroughly disappointed..READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Triangle Plaisir TEC41WGPC KUMA Wenge Floorstanding Speaker Single
Pros: Superb build quality and sound, with the right amplifier of coarse..
Cons: Doesn't like solid state amplifiers.. Unless you spend a fortune on them..
Other Thoughts: I was almost tempted to send these back because I did not like what I was hearing.. I could get used to the slightly boxy midrange but couldn't deal with the super brightness of the tweeters. I tried two different descent quality solid state amps to no avail.. Both amps, a D*yton from *arts Express and a N*D sounded good but way too bright for my liking. I almost gave up until I hooked up my little D*yton 50watt digital amp as one last chance. My mouth dropped to the floor.. The difference was like night and day.. Now, I've known of Triangle speakers for quite some time as well as their caliber amongst audiophiles. This is truly how they are supposed to sound. Beautiful from top to bottom. No more shrilly treble, butter smooth midrange and tight bass. They image like crazy! Open and airy without ridiculous brightness. Female vocals are eerily realistic. Classical music is presented to you as if you were in the concert hall as the performance took place. I just can't get over how good they sound. Amazing what an amplifier will do. Unless you can afford to spend thousands on 300 lb. mono block solid state amps for each speaker, my advice would be to get an inexpensive digital amp and let these babies sing.READ FULL REVIEW