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This review is from: Polk Audio Monitor Series New Monitor 45B Two-Way Bookshelf Loudspeaker (Black) Pair
Pros: Great Looking!
Produces good clean accurate sound for the price!
Have them placed on speaker stands which look great!
I'm am very impressed with these speakers.
Other Thoughts: I don't consider myself an audiophile but I'm definitely learning and being able to tell some major differences between certain hardware and file types. Hoping someday to own a pair of really nice speakers, I saw these on sale and for the price I picked these up for now and boy am I glad I did. I did add a Polk PSW108 just to reach into the lower 40-60hz range better for a pretty full sound although they do sound very good still by themselves. I'm also using a simple stereo receiver giving each channel 100w and also an Asus Essence STX. I've also used them for some recording and mixing in Garageband, but I never get tired of listening to my music. I love these speakers.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Copies 5 discs at once!
Copies CD's and DVD's (dual or single layer)
Easy to change settings!
Cons: Fans are a little loud but not real bad.
Other Thoughts: This is my first time buying a Vinpower product. Pretty good so far. Very few failed discs, maybe 1 out of 150. It does it's job.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Carbide Series 300R Black Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Good build quality for the price!
Good room inside for Mid-Tower!
Great ventilation/cooling capability!
Cons: If it is a con, I have to pull front off of case to clean about every 2 weeks cause the airflow is so good, but it keeps a lot out of my case. :)
Other Thoughts: This is the second 300R that I have used in a build. One was for a video editing PC and the other for a friend's build. I love the look, simple but yet functional. The front audio jacks are pretty good quality, no buzzing extra noise. USB 3.0 on the front. Good space inside for a mid-tower case. Fan filter on bottom for PSU fan. Overall a solid mid-tower case from Corsair.READ FULL REVIEW
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