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Pros: Quieter than the one in the previous server. Loud audio indicator of failed unit. Fit the ATX 4u server case fairly easily, did have to remove one flange bracket, however it seems it was made for easy removal.
Cons: Have a small business client I built a server for, using this redundant module. The problem is now that replacement modules are very hard to find, Newegg has it listed as "Out of Stock, may not be restocked".
Other Thoughts: I can't convince my client to pick up an extra, saying that he'd like to wait until it's an issue to spend the cash. And now I look like a jerk because I recommended this hardware that looks like it's inevitable to let me down.
Please tell me what is the point of building redundant REPLACEABLE power supplies if you aren't gonna provide replacements for the foreseeable future?
This review is from: SOUNDSTREAM SST6.5 6.5" 120 Watts Peak Power 2-Way Car Speaker
Pros: They are actually more like components than coaxials. The included REAL crossover makes all the difference.
3 ohm to make the best out of the power you feed it. Smooth highs from the softdome tweeter.
Oh, and I beat the mess out of these for 4 years, still going strong.
Cons: Needs EQ to get these flat, but what speakers don't need EQ???
Other Thoughts: Mounted in the stock location in the doors of my 03 Impala. Were kinda harsh the first couple of days but now they sound amazing. They love lots of power, I've been driving them hard for 4 years. Get decently loud and stay clean, and they keep up with my Soundqubed 15 on 1k in the trunk.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Insten 1068225 1X Micro USB OTG to USB 2.0 Adapter
Pros: Works as advertised on my Samsung Galaxy Nexus. Tested with a keyboard, mouse, also a keyboard/touch combo, and with a NTFS formatted flash drive.
This little guy has already been a lifesaver, being able to download a wireless driver for a PC that had no wireless access and not another PC around... Saved me more than an hour of headache, only had for 2 weeks.
Cons: None that I can think of so far. Most of what would keep you from using this is in your phones OS, not the dongle.
Other Thoughts: I'm using this on my Gnex with Cyanogen 11 (Kit Kat) nightlies as of 1/6. I was never able to get any of these working on Jelly Bean or previous as support wasn't built into the kernel.
My boss was able to get a keyboard and mouse running on his stock S3, but it threatened to format my NTFS drive. I'm guessing stock roms only support Fat32.