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This review is from: Philips SHP9500S Over-Ear Headphone Exclusive - Black
Pros: Comfortable, comfortable, did I say comfortable?
Cons: Partially open sound system (not for quiet spaces), and the speaker elements demand some power. With my old cheap JBLs I needed about 50% power setting on my desktop computer - with these - 90 to 100%. Some power hungry magnets/coils. Bass isn't great - but that's probably a function of my computers cheap realtek on-board sound system.
Other Thoughts: Went from an old pair of JBLs with plastic over fairly hard foam ear pads, and after an hour or so, your head just hurts. These are cloth and foam and sooo nice, even with glasses. Sale item - wait for it and snag 'em.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: AZIO KB505U Black USB Wired Standard Large Print 3 Color Backlit Keyboard
Pros: Getting older and the large font and back-lit keys are a treat. Purple, red, blue, or off. Nice! The multi-media keys even work with Linux Mint! Definitely worth $20 on sale.
Cons: Keyboard is a bit mushy but workable. If you are a writer I don't think this would be for you. Will it last? Doesn't feel like an old IBM never die keyboard, but we'll see. Hey, it was $20 and I have purple keys!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Chamberlain 940EV Garage Keyless Entry
Pros: Replaced a similar craftsman outside wireless keypad that was just old and not very weather proof it seems. Followed the instructions on the inside of the cover and it worked just fine without needing to program the other wireless openers (just a quick touch of the learn key doesn't change the overall code). Lots of these openers are specific to one type of door opener - this seems to be pretty universal. This unit worked for me on an old craftsman door opener with the red learn key. The old craftsman had a tough time sending a signal through the metal door - this unit seems to have a stronger signal. Unit also seems to be better constructed than the craftsman.
Cons: Need to change the code once in a while or the keypad wear will give the bad guys a clue (but changing is easy). Price, even on a "sale," isn't much cheaper than normal advertised price (couple of bucks), but there was no shipping charge.
Other Thoughts: Some people are saying the unit activates the door if just "enter" is pressed. The unit I received did not have that problem, but it's worth checking!READ FULL REVIEW