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Pro Beats Headphones by Dr. Dre

27th March 2012
The Beats by Dre Pro Headphone revolution made it easy to hear good music without disturbing your family, neighbors, coworkers, or even the person sitting next to you. But for anyone who wanted to hear hi-res audio that envelops and overwhelms you the way... Read >
Author: Cerboni

Canon XA10 Professional Camcorder With 64GB Internal Flash Memory And Full Manual Control

22nd March 2012
In little over a year, Canon has improved not only its line of consumer handycams such as the G10, but has also given those improvements to its professional-grade camcorder, the XA10 Professional Camcorder. For example, Canon improved the image processing... Read >
Author: Roberto Sedycias

Model Railway Layout Plans - Everything You Need To Know

06th February 2012
Model railways make the perfect craft and if you've ever thought about creating your own, now you can. There are many model railway layout plans out there and they will show you how to create and design your ideal model. It could be intimidating for th... Read >
Author: george1961

The Latest Bose QuietComfort 15 Review May Help You Make the Right Decision

30th December 2011
Bose has approach up with an attention-grabbing belief, whilst scheming the Quiet Comfort 15, which are the fourth-generation consumer headphones in place of noise-cancelling. The inside has been redesigned with state-of-the art knowledge with the aim of ... Read >
Author: Ekramweb

LCD Monitor Repair – Proven Success Tips for Repairing Defective LCD Monitors

02nd November 2010
Lately, I’ve been getting a great deal of LCD monitor repair gigs. I usually get a minimum of 5 faulty LCD monitors on my repair desk, per day. Needless to say, every day is crazy busy! You know, I’m very glad that I took the time to learn how to repa... Read >
Author: Info Spreader

Chip Resetter

13th October 2010
Some printer manufacturers, such as Canon, HP, Epson and Lexmark, put a chip into their inkjet or toner cartridges. This chip is connected to the circuitry in printer and alerts the user that the ink is going to run out. The chip records droplet count dat... Read >
Author: Thomas Scott

SMPS Troubleshooting – 3 Very Startling Tips to Help You Troubleshoot SMPS

16th September 2010
Conducting SMPS troubleshooting is excruciatingly difficult, you’re better off becoming a rocket scientist! Alright, alright, I’m just joking…However, the fact remains that troubleshooting and fixing an SMPS unit is definitely not for the faint-hearte... Read >
Author: Info Spreader

Bose QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling Headphones Review

09th September 2010
The QuietComfort 15 headphones reduce noise across a wide range of frequencies thanks to advanced Bose Acoustic Noise Canceling technology. Microphones on both the inside and outside of each earcup pick up the ambient sounds in your listening environment.... Read >
Author: Obadiea

The Video Controller

16th April 2010
The quality of the images that a monitor can display is defined more by the capabilities of another device, called the video controler, or video card, than by those of the monitor itself. The video controller is an intermediary device between the CPU and... Read >
Author: Stephan

Watch Repair Tools for Testing

14th December 2009
No watch repair tool is useful unless the problem can be properly diagnosed. To assist in this, there are several types of testers available for the watchmaker. A pulse tester is used to evaluate quartz movements and normally is a non-invasive watch re... Read >
Author: watchrepairtoo

The Right Way To Discharge Capacitor In Switch Mode Power Supplies

02nd December 2009
Switch mode power supply contain some large filter capacitors that can hold dangerous charges even if the unit has not been used for several days. Typical values of this type of filter capacitor are 220uf 250volt and 330uf 400volt! If you are going to w... Read >
Author: VineetB

Basic Printed Circuit Board Layout

18th September 2009
The connections on the PCB should be identical to the circuit diagram, but while the circuit diagram is arranged to be readable, the PCB layout is arranged to be functional. There is rarely any visible correlation between the circuit diagram and the layou... Read >
Author: RyanC

Analog vs Digital Power Amplifiers

03rd September 2009
When picking a power amplifier, one must take a few factors into consideration. A critical choice in making such a selection is whether to buy analog or digital amps. Each type has its particular qualities, and grasping the pros and cons of both types can... Read >
Author: Kyle Osborne

Simple Guide to Laptop Reboot Problems

25th March 2009
Many experience the annoying problem of laptop computers rebooting for no reason. Not only is this a real irritant, it can also cause problems with loss of data as this happens in the middle of some work being performed. This reboot issue can occur only o... Read >
Author: JR Lang

How is Frequency Specific Microcurrent Delivered?

03rd March 2009
Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) uses a device manufactured by Precision Microcurrent Inc. It has two independent channels that allow you to set both the frequency and the current independently for each channel and was developed in 1990 by an enginee... Read >
Author: 3rsales
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