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Cons: Called Brother for support, and one thing they had me do is switch out to a six foot usb cable, the cable I was using was about 10-12 feet long. The manual says not to use more than a six foot usb, but really, these days the best they can do is make it work with a six foot or shorter cable!!
The guy who designed the usb and phone line ports should be fired, you have to lift up the top unit and inside are the ports, and take about two feet of usb cable; so that leaves you with about four feet from your computer to the printer. I asked the tech why it was designed like that, and the best he could come up with is people put there printer next to the computer. I had to re-arrange my office so the printer is next to the computer. If I had known this, I would have gotten the HP large format printer.
Pros: No pros at this time
Cons: I have windows 7 64, I went on the Brother website and downloaded the current drivers, it worked one time, and then stopped. I deleted the files and downloaded the drivers 5 times. It may work once, then the pop up, usb device not recognized. I used a laptop with windows 7 professional, and it worked a few times, I do not know the difference between windows 7 64 and professional, but this brother unit has driver problems.
Other Thoughts: Probably going back to NeweggREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Polk Audio DSWPRO 660wi 12" Wireless Ready Subwoofer Single
Cons: Bought months ago for new house under construction, spent another $150 for wireless kit. Finally hooked it up and lasted one hour, called Polk, they told me to send in amp, tried to get it out and broke the cheap plastic holding connection to speaker. then they said to send in amp and speaker, but infra red receiver is glued to cabinet, so I spent $68 sending the entire unit to Polk in CA. Got it back, does not work, remote does nothing, tried wireless, then rca, nothing. They are sending a label so I can ship back to CA. Good thing I bought a Klipsch while waiting and it works. Polk says they will not send a new subwoofer, just keep wasting time on a defective unit. I will never buy Polk again.READ FULL REVIEW