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This review is from: Okidata MB491 MFP MFC / All-In-One Up to 42 ppm Monochrome Laser Printer
Pros: Runs all day every day. Good quality print.
Cons: Newegg updated the description to now say "Monochrome" printer. They originally called it a "Color" printer. It does fax and scan in color, if that helps.
If the power goes out, beware that when the printer comes back on, the TCP/IP address might have changed. You might need to check the machines printout for it's configuration. It causes all networked workstations to loose connectivity until the address is corrected on either the printer, or on all workstations.
Other Thoughts: Reasonably economical on toner usage. Good workhorse for small to medium sized business environments.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Klipsch Synergy Sub-10 420W 10" Subwoofer Black
Pros: Great, clean, booming bass. Plenty of power. Wound up buying two of these, for two different systems. Each system is used for a different purpose. One for listening to music, older rock, jazz and classical. The other for Home Theater. Works great in both uses!
Cons: None yet.. Just waiting to see how long they last. Some comments about these leaves one wondering? So far, no problems, and systems used every day for up to 5 hours per day. I've had them for about 4 months now.
Other Thoughts: Great addition to both my personal listening room, as well as to my Home Theater system. I bought one of these for my personal Listening room, and liked it so well that I purchased a second for my home theater system.
With my personal system, I incorporated a a graphic equalizer and paired it with the Klipsch Icon's, an older M-1 series Kenwood amp, pre-amp & tuner. After adjusting the equlaizer for what I felt the room lacked, the sound is warm, full and wonderful. Enough top end out of the Icons for my liking, and plenty of bass out of the Synergy sub. I have sat and listened for up to 5 hours in a row and still not get fatigued of the sound.. Other systems I have heard, sound fine at first, but after about 30 minutes or so, the sound becomes grating, and annoying. This set-up is sweet and smooth. Never grating or annoying. This sub just completed the sound. I never have to turn the sub above about 1/3 volume, and I used the speaker terminal connectors on the sub, and then passed that signal off to the Icons. Worth the money and the investment, although this system is far from BIG BUCKS.
Worked equally well in the home theater with Boston Acoustic HSi480's Ceiling installed 5 way surround speakers, Onkiyo TX-SR674 and this sub. Again, never turned the sub power up beyond 1/2 to get more than enough bass response. Movies rattle the house, before the speaker sounds bad.
Be prepared to play with the crossover frequency, as your taste and other speakers will require the sub to balance it's response frequencies to those speakers needs.
This review is from: GIGABYTE GA-Z77-D3H LGA 1155 Intel Z77 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Easy set-up, fast, reasonable price, worked with only one small hitch. Getting great throughput on both SATA and PCI-E bus. Boots really quick (with SSD SATA 3). I'v built my own system for over 20 years and this was sweet and smooth (yea I'm that old).
Cons: With the bios the board shipped with (version F-8) there was an exclamation point (Code Unable to start) on one of the audio drivers in Device Manager. Could not get rid of it through all the normal means (uninstall & re-install, hunt for updated drivers, etc.).
Other Thoughts: After looking around on the internet, and searching Gigabyte's web site, I noticed one post regarding the same issue I was having. It suggested flashing bios to newest version and the issue would disappear. I tried it, and it worked. No problems any more. Suggest you do this immediately upon setting up the board. Improved throughput on SATA and PCI-E-3 bus in WE by 1 tenth. Runs cool (however I have 6 case fans, Coolermaster Hyper 212 Plus & Cyclone cooler on Video card) Would have given 5 eggs except for Bios update required to eliminate small issue.
I5-3570K (WE 7.6)
Corsair SSD 120G Force 3 (SATA 3) (WE 7.9)
Hitachi 1Gig (Sata 2)
MSI Radeon 6850 - (WE 7.8) (Driver 8.961)
8 Gigs Corsair XMS3 (WE 7.7)
Coolermaster 700 Watt