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TSEdifier
post Feb 19 2020, 10:17 PM

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In conclusion, the Edifier GM3SEs is a fantastic budget set of gaming earphones that work great for both music and gaming. Their design is a mix of gaming and being on the go allowing them to not stand out too much. The audio is fantastic but I do find the earphones to be far too quiet for my full liking especially when it comes to listening to music.

http://northern-gamer.com/edifier-gm3se-in...adphones-review

GM3SE: https://bit.ly/2UMuIOg or https://bit.ly/2JzNmIe


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post Yesterday, 10:07 AM

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The Edifier R1280DB Bluetooth speakers both look great and sound great too - plus we think they're reasonably priced for the performance at just under £120.

All in all, these Edifier speakers offer a big detailed sound in a small package that's well worth the money.

https://www.choose.co.uk/guide/edifier-r128...speaker-review/

https://bit.ly/2XxjqyF or https://bit.ly/2O25WXK or https://bit.ly/2kDzWiL


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post Yesterday, 12:52 PM

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For speakers with built-in amplification, the A300s are shockingly good, with big volume, razor-sharp clarity, studio-like imaging, and broad and smooth frequency response across the board. In other words, they’re worth every penny of their $1099.99 price tag. If you’re shopping for a standalone audio system, and have the budget, I highly recommend that you go for the A300s.

https://technabob.com/blog/2018/10/21/edifi...speaker-review/

A300: https://bit.ly/2Nm3mO8 or https://bit.ly/2TPBhjz or https://bit.ly/2CP3DTH


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post Yesterday, 03:04 PM

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Noctua designed the NH-U12A to cover a very specific portion of the market – users that want a top-tier air cooler but are limited by the space available in their systems. Although this rarely is a concern for home users with high-end ATX tower cases, it is a growing issue for those building compact gaming systems, be it for living room use or just easier transportation.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/14621/the-no...u-cooler-review

U12A: https://bit.ly/2xzpXO7 or https://bit.ly/2JWqQGi


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