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Pros: Sturdy. Connected 3 x 2.5" HDD's without a hitch
Cons: Fan connector is molex female. Which won't connect with any of the molex power supply connectors. I won't be using the fan, but it would require a female/male adapter to make it work.
Other Thoughts: This item is essentially three pieces of fabricated steel:
One baseplate (the large bracket), and two small support pieces where the hard drives connect to.
The two pieces unscrew from the base, you screw your hard drives into the two pieces, and then rescrew that unit to the base.
It's simple and it works. All of the screws are provided
I have not tried the fan because the connector is wrong.
I am using this for a DIY JBOD / DAS
Pros: Great feature-set, gui is well designed with many advanced options...
Cons: ...when it works. I have to reset it at least once a day because my ipad can't connect to it. Although my tv's firmware has a well-known issue involving internet and wonky connections, my previous router never posed any problems that caused the tv to act up. Since switching to this router (same tv firmware), it has exacerbated the tv's problem. I have a laptop, ipad, iphone on wifi. Wired laptop, windows server, and tv. The ipad's wireless drops constantly, and won't allow me to reconnect to the router. The wired connections work well.
Currently this laptop is on the wifi connection. But the router won't allow me to log in via the router IP or the tploginlink.net way
Other Thoughts: I was sucked in by the feature set, wanting gigabit ports for my server. I have bought a different router to replace it (I'm out of the return window), and will probably work with this to see if errors are correctable. Perhaps it is the encryption scheme I am using.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sennheiser HD 202 II 3.5mm/ 6.3mm Connector Semi-Circumaural Dynamic Hi-fi Headphone
Pros: I bought these hoping to have an upgraded replacement for my worn out Sony Mdr v150, which are my favorite sub $20 headphones ever. My higher end sennheiser and beyer headphones (I hate calling them cans) each have a suited role, one has lesser bass and better mid, the bd have strong range around. My sony had great bass with sacrifice of high.
So, these were bought for a bass-inclined rough and tough backpack pair. They work well for that purpose. No muddiness, trebles aren't strong, but these are dj headphones. They don't really block out much noise based on design.
The cord is long enough for tower usage.
Cons: Thin cord, feels flimsier than other headphone cords, not sure how many accidental tugs it can take.
Other Thoughts: Worth $20. Not worth $50, you can find better midrange and high end range for that money
I don't think they are better than the (discontinued) Mdr v150, but if you need a low cost bass pair, these work well for what they are