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cacatos   , 27

from New York


(no title)

2009 Prius with just 90k miles had dry-spoiled front-entryway speakers, so I purchased these speakers, seeking after a brisk repair. I spared the froth ring and mounts and elastic gasket from the first speakers that evacuated with only four screw expulsion in the wake of getting entryway off. Unique speaker wires appended through a clasp on connection, however with forceps and blade to expel the plastic clasp lodging I discovered spade connections that fit the Rockford male connectors without further adjustment. The first entryway mount for every speaker had two little tabs that meddled with flush connection of new speakers, however a revolving stopping apparatus made work of the tabs. The four equidistant fasten openings the first entryway mount fit new speakers fine and dandy. I utilized the first screws since the Rockford pack had screws that were insane ache for an entryway mount. Extraordinary sound/clarity (particularly while having quite recently listened to the buzzy dry spoil speaker). I'd certainly suggest for a Prius speaker substitution. Extraordinary blast or the buck!

Decent headphones

These are tolerable earphones that look truly pleasant and work well. The earphones accompany a miniaturized scale USB charger, AUX link, and guideline booklet. I could combine the earphones with my iPhone effortlessly. Sound transmits truly well, however when I was on a call, there appeared to be a slight buzz and ringing. I assume this is from having a working electrical gadget on my ears. Still, this could get to be annoying over the long haul. The dark and gold shading looks awesome; in any case, a portion of the gold parts that line up with the dark parts are not by any stretch of the imagination smooth (see pictures). As another commentator noticed, the gold appears to have been showered onto these particular pieces then collected into the earphones. I don't care for how the ports are marked on the earphones, and the left (L) and right (R) side arrangement of the earphones on your head/ears situates the ports out towards wherever you're confronting so that in case you're confronting individuals, they can see the ports and names on the earphones. I flipped the earphones (wore the "L" side on the right ear and the other way around) and didn't see any issues with sound quality/transmission; the main thing with this is the sound controls are unpredictably switched: to expand volume or go ahead to the following track you need to now press the catch nearer to the back of your head, and the other way around for alternate alternatives. Generally speaking, these are alright earphones at the asking cost. I received this item at a marked down cost in return for a legit audit. This survey is totally my own particular supposition.