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Pros: These sound fantastic by my standards. I'm not an audiophile but I wanted some headphones for gaming and they sound fantastic with good soundstage, making directional sounds easy to pinpoint. I'm noticing sounds in games that I've never noticed before; it makes playing through some of my games a new experience. They come with a long cord so I can get ~5-7 feet away from my A/V receiver and still have plenty of slack. They are super-comfortable on my head (I have a small-ish head and most headphones tend to hurt my ears after just a few minutes of use). I can't overstate the comfy factor: they're the best feeling headphones I've had on.
Cons: The purple color on the mesh is a little odd, but it's nothing to mark them down for. They're a little larger than I was expecting, but also nothing worth complaining about. My only real complaint is that the earpieces don't articulate when the band stretches, but they do pivot side-to-side. So, someone with a smaller head (like myself) might find that they're looser on top than bottom.
Other Thoughts: I chose these headphones after quite a lot of online researching. These cans always came up at the top of people's recommended list based on their performance-to-cost ratio. I like the open-air design because it lets me game while still being able to hear what's going on around me (you know, in case my wife is trying to tell me something "important"). I've heard from other reviews that the bass is a little toned down, but I wouldn't agree with that. I'm mostly using these for gaming and I'm definitely getting a whole new experience from some of my games!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I picked this up along with a high(er)-gain antenna (TP-LINK TL-ANT2408C) to help boost the signal just a little bit more. Using the two of them pulled in a 4-bar signal where the old adapter would pull in 0-1 bars.
The adapter is small, sleek and installs as you would expect. The included antenna rotates for best positioning.
Cons: No cons here. Works just as you would expect it to and it does it well.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TP-LINK TL-ANT2408C 2.4GHz 8dBi Indoor Desktop Omni-directional Antenna
Pros: I picked this up to go along with a wireless adapter (TP-LINK TL-WN422G) to help boost the signal. The adapter I purchased came with a 4dbi antenna, so this just helps it out just a bit more. With the help of the high-gain adapter it pulled in a 4-bar signal where the old adapter pulled 0-1.
Cons: No cons here. Works just as I expected it to.
Other Thoughts: Well worth the money if you need a couple more bars or a more reliable connection!READ FULL REVIEW