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Jonathan R.

Jonathan R.

Joined on 03/07/04

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Most Favorable Review

Works well in my dashcam

SanDisk 64GB High Endurance microSDHC C10, U3, V30, 4k UHD Memory Card with Adapter (SDSQQNR-064G-GN6IA)
SanDisk 64GB High Endurance microSDHC C10, U3, V30, 4k UHD Memory Card with Adapter (SDSQQNR-064G-GN6IA)

Pros: Works in my Aukey dashcam

Cons: No cons - yet.

Overall Review: My dashcam has eaten several normal high-quality SD cards with it's constant over-write. Hopefully this will withstand many more write cycles than the standard cards. Just installed it last week so the jury is out.

11/11/2020

Nice with individual switches

Rosewill RPS-200 - 6 Outlets Power Strip - 125V Input, 1875 Watts Maximum Power Output, 6 Feet Cord
Rosewill RPS-200 - 6 Outlets Power Strip - 125V Input, 1875 Watts Maximum Power Output, 6 Feet Cord

Pros: Individual lighted switches for each outlet. Common circuit breaker. Easy mounting. Heavy 14 AWG ware.

Cons: None.

Overall Review: This was used on a solar wall for the local inverter output. Because each outlet has it's own switch , each individual load can be switched on or off without having to plug or unplug the appliances. The three-prong plug of the outlet strip was removed and the outlet strip was hardwired directly into the inverter. The wire gauge in the cable was 14 AWG, plenty heavy for my needs, plus the outlet strip has it's own breaker. This has been in use for several weeks and works perfectly.

12/10/2019

Exactly what I needed

USB2.0 Stereo Audio Adapter,USB2.0 Audio Device USB Stereo Sound Adapter for desktop notebook systems ,No need drivers plug and play instant audio
USB2.0 Stereo Audio Adapter,USB2.0 Audio Device USB Stereo Sound Adapter for desktop notebook systems ,No need drivers plug and play instant audio

Pros: - Works as advertised. - No drivers needed - Recognized by Windows 7

Cons: There was no downside to installing and using this product.

Overall Review: The hardware sound section of the motherboard on my father's computer failed. All he needs sound for is email, YouTube and some videos the kids send. This was an elegant solution: Inexpensive and completely intuitive. I plugged it into an unused USB port on the rear of his desktop computer, plugged his speakers into the sound stick and it was off and running. It couldn't have been easier! I can give no sound quality comparison to higher-end DACs, but for his purposes it sounded great.