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This review is from: VIZIO S2120W-E0 2.0 Sound Stand
Pros: It's loud
Cons: Indistinct sound production
Other Thoughts: Purchased this unit from a different vendor along with a vizio tv. First off; it has a huge footprint. Fine for stand alone TV stands but lousy in desktop application.
Second and more importantly; it sounds terrible. It has a large, downward firing subwoofer that rattles your windows and (probably) sets off car alarms. Amid all that bass the fine details of music, dialogue and great sound effects are simply drowned out and you hear a ridiculously distorted noise that makes you keep turning the unit volume up. If you don't mind blasting your living space then maybe this is fine for you- it's got the power but it doesn't have the quality.
Tried every trick to make this thing work, had it connected to two sources and used every connection type it has, every setting on both my sources and the sound stand (there are some decent options on the stand itself, they just didn't seem to do much).
As much as I wanted it to work, it simply didn't match the clarity and quality of a set of decade plus old HK695's. ...So it got returned.
This review is from: 22.95
Pros: It didn't blow up any of my stuff?
Cons: Ringer don't work, caller id lcd display is barely visible from straight in front, no ac adapter, looks like a wart on my wall.
Other Thoughts: Even if the ringer worked (it doesn't) this would still be a lousy phone. Poor lcd visibility, no ac adapter and the need for batteries makes it dated -I know, it's corded, of course it's dated- but even line in/out placement is terrible (handset connects to left side, line in and ac power come in from the top). Sound quality and speakerphone functions seem good but other than that the whole thing is terrible. And to top it off it's so inexpensive that trying to return it seems a waste of energy. ARRG.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy to open?
Cons: Received damaged
Other Thoughts: The Syma X5C is a great beginners quad copter, easy to fly and fairly resilient to crash landings. Shipping from this company however, leaves much to be desired. Coming from overseas, you would think they would know to box it in something more protective than a light package, thin bubble wrap and a plastic bag. But they didn't. And it arrived pretty mangled and squashed as a result. -This was purchased as a parts donor, so it's tolerable. Even if all the blades are irreparably bent.
If you want to fly, use a more competent seller.