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This review is from: Blue Microphones - Yeti
Pros: Sounds great.
Many adjustment options.
Can pick up the quietest of sounds.
Cons: Only thing that would make this better is if it had software to communicate with your speakers.
Other Thoughts: This is amazing. For years I have used a wireless headset laying on my desk to pick up my voice while using my surround sound to listen. I finally got tired of my headset dieing and did not want a new headset so I decided to buy a mic. There where a few mics from this company that got amazing reviews, I decided to go all out and just get this one even though it cost the most. I was not disappointed. All you have to do is plug it in and it works. Amazing! Then I spent about 20 minutes adjusting everything to make it sound right. (controller on back of mic, twitch, obs, skype, speakers, ect) It sounded amazing for this. I have it sitting about 3 inches from my desk speaker so I had to turn the mic to directional to help with that. I did have to tweak it some to make sure my friends did not hear themselves when they talked but I was able to get it to work threw skype without loosing sound quality. I have a mechanical keyboard and my mouse is just as loud on clicking, the mic picked it up, but was barley noticeable. Taping on the desk is very noticeable but I don't need to tab dance on my desk luckily. The only thing that would make this better is if there was software to make the mic auto cancel the sound that comes threw my speakers. Since they sit so close that would help. (You can just move the mic to a location not 3 inches from the speaker but I am stubborn when it comes to how my desk looks) Over all this is amazing, completely worth the cost if your willing to spend the 20 minutes it might take to configure it to how you want it. Sounds amazing and I use it all the time for twitch streams and skype calls with no issues.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Quite, Can not hear it at all.
Runs cooler than the 680
1 card benchmarks a little lower than 2 680s in sli.
Cons: Price, depending on how much you put into your pc.
You put your own "sticker plates" on which 2 of them don't have groves and if you are not a decal person like me, you worry about messing up the looks.
Other Thoughts: I have been running 2 card in sli since the 8800gtx. I only bought one of these due to the price. I do plan on getting another when the price drops to about $500 or so. I replaced 2 680s with one of these since I had a buyer of my 680s. They benchmark a little less than 2 680s (which should be obvious) This card will defiantly last you a long time if you decide to get it. It is slim, quite, and preforms very well. If you are looking for a gpu that will last you a long time or looking for the best performance on the market, this is the way to go. It supports 4k resolution so you are ready for the future and it has plenty of overclocking room to compete with new gpus that come out.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Boombug SPLW11-1 BLK Portable Mini Premium Speaker
Pros: 1. Sounds great
2. Looks nice
3. Easy to carry with you
Cons: 1. The plastic is a little cheap and the tabs that hold the thing together for transporting broke in the first 5 minutes of use. (Not a big deal since you can still collapse it in your pocket)
Other Thoughts: I bought the one off of think geek before I found this one. The plastic is better material but the sound is the same and this one was cheaper. If you are looking for a portable speaker and this one is on sale, totally worth it.
Also you can chain them together which is cool.
Display Name: Stephen H.
Date Joined: 01/15/06
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