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Rosewill RM-C2U Mouse – Black, 3 Buttons, 1 x Wheel, USB Wired, Optical, 800 dpi
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Pros: Cheap - on sale for $4, free shipping.

Cable just long enough and mouse small enough to be a good laptop mouse

Cons: All the issues that come with a $4 mouse. Cheap plastic, real light weight, not much in the way of ergonomics, and has trouble tracking on a lot of surfaces.

Other Thoughts: Not the type of thing you'd want to use as your main mouse, but the type you'd want to keep in the closet in case of emergency.

Klipsch Icon KB-15 5.25
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5 out of 5 eggs Nice speaker upgrade 11/08/2016

This review is from: Klipsch Icon KB-15 5.25" 2-way Bookshelf Speaker (Pair)

Pros: Nice clean sound, although not "bass heavy" it's still present in near field uses - such as a computer desk - and bass quality is way ahead of the Sony SS-B1000s they replaced. Using a tone generator, they still have some kick down to ~45Hz, not bad for 5.25" drivers.
Sounds pretty good with both rock and electronic music
Fair price (on sale for $100)
"Unique" look
Binding post connectors, better than the cheap spring clips used in a lot of cheaper speakers

Cons: Only con so far? Larger than the SS-B1000s they replaced, even though they're both 2-way speakers with 5.25" drivers.

Other Thoughts: Replaced a set of Sony SS-B1000s for my desktop, using a cheap Pyle amp. A good investment and a solid upgrade over the Sonys, which had the "hollow" sound Allan S. mentioned.

Philips SHP9500S Over-Ear Headphone Exclusive - Black
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5 out of 5 eggs These cost how much? 05/31/2016

This review is from: Philips SHP9500S Over-Ear Headphone Exclusive - Black

Pros: Price - Got them on sale for $60

Sound - Excellent. Very neutral and clear. Bass is a little light, may improve with break in, but if you want extra bass off the bat they handle it well if you boost it a touch at the source.

Removable cord - always a plus

Cons: Comfort - Not really a con, but not good enough to be a pro. Pads feel kind of cheap, and at times I can actually feel the inside fabric vibrating. But there are guides for mods out there for the adventurous.

Cheap plastic - but hey, at $60 and that sound, they had to cut costs somewhere.

Other Thoughts: My "normal" set of headphones are a set of HiFiMan HE-400i's. Do the SHP9500s sound as good? Can't say they do. But then again, they're 1/5th the price.

I got these because I do a fair amount of travel. I have a set of Klipsch Status closed headphones for the actual travel, and for that they work well. Good sound isolation, comfortable, all that. But when I'm there? I'm stuck with a so-so set of closed cans (always preferred open headphones). Not wanting to risk the HiFiMans, I saw these on sale. And at $60, they're cheap enough I can toss in a suitcase and if they break in a year, so be it.


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