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This review is from: Changhong 50" 1080p LED HDTV - LED50YC2000UA
Pros: There is no better alternative for the price. The build quality seems good, nice fit and finish, doesn't look cheap.
Worked well with a wall mount.
The glass stand is a nice piece too.
Cons: It does have a lower refresh rate, so with that you will have motion blur with high detail stuff usually found in your over the top movies on blue ray. I've noticed it just once and it wasn't that bad.
Other Thoughts: Again for the price and size I really think it can't be beat.
The remote is neither cheap or fancy.
The name Changhong gets a lot of weird looks and questions when people see it.
This review is from: SteelSeries Siberia V2 3.5mm Connector Circumaural Full-Size Gaming Headset - Black
Pros: These are 2.0 Junk. I''m not sure who in the gaming world thinks gaming and 2.0 are a equal descripting, but these are useless. If surround means nothing to you, and mp3's are all you're worried about then these are ok. From a former 5.1 owner and user, these are completely useless are far as gaming goes. I want to stomp thes into a 6ft grave, but new egg returns aren't free. Don't skimp. If you game and want a real USEFULL experience, get 5.1 minumum headphones
Cons: cheap 2.0 junkREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Nice build quality and very comfortable on my big head. 7.1 seems to be nice and sound good. I got these after trying out the Corsair Vengeance 2100s (with many issues).
Cons: Drivers drivers drivers. They can't maintain a connection. I've spent several hours and fixes trying to see what it causing them to lose connection. Lower quality audio, older drivers, making sure other audio drivers aren't interfering. I'd suspect a possible mobo/driver issue but it doesn't seem to be a rarity that this happens.
Other Thoughts: I bought the original Logitech gaming keyboard and mouse many years ago, and after those I said I would never buy Logitech again. It was the same issue then - drivers. Many friends that I game with have these and seem to have pretty good luck with them, so I thought I'd give them another chance. Going back to a wired pair after these.READ FULL REVIEW