Personally I think it's a good sound but when it comes to the bass the volume does need to be quite high to appreciate it. The bluetooth connection is a bit hit and miss though for me using my Chromebook and Pixel 5 phone
Bought one of these thinking I couldn’t go wrong for £30. The specs seem like this is a bargain, the sound however, is nothing like the specs suggest. No real power and almost no bass. It’s worth about as much as the £27 that’s being asked
I did see that haha, but certified are one few £extra these days rather than £50/60
Bought this one for £4.99 and 1 day delivery last week. It's £6,49 (Prime) now but still cheaper than this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B08XZSXSQW/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
It also has fever quality sound
Could get a certified cable for few quid extra https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cable-Etseinri-Certified-Ultra-48Gbps/dp/B08SLR3HW9/ref=mp_s_a_1_9?dchild=1&keywords=8k+certified+hdmi+cable&qid=1620629794&sprefix=8k+cert&sr=8-9#immersive-view_1620630276575
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Yep, looks like the coupon has expired. Price now £11.99, have updated price on this listing.
price showing £11.99 for me so is this expired? To be honest... i am glade because i was about to buy but i dont think this is as good a deal as people are saying. I appreciate good quality and reasonable size but im sure you can get good quality ones for a lot cheaper now.
Same issue and found these useful: Anker USB-C (Male) to Micro USB (Female) Adapter
Would these be any good for carry displayport signal from my laptop to my monitor? Both laptop and monitor have usb-c ports and the manuals both say that these ports double as a displayport
For the price, yes it is good. You need to read and understand the instructions of course, but there are plenty of reviews from actual trades people who can confirm. It's not going to be world beating at the price point, but for what it is, it's decent when used correctly.
In a word, no. I can go over the same area and get different results depending on whether my hand in on the wall or not. Behaves differently on brick than plasterboard. Basically it's all over the place and I don't really trust it. In fact one time if wasn't beeping and I drilled, I hit metal, thankfully steel. POS.
Doesn’t pick up studs; unless it captures the nail/screw in them. I use this every time I come to drill a wall for checking cables. It’s pretty accurate to be fair for an amateurs toolbox.
According to every stud finder I've tried to use, my walls contain a rapidly shifting network of hundreds and hundreds of studs.
Great deal but who needs 12 of them. I bought 3 a few years ago after other cheap ones kept breaking and they have lasted wel
MFi iphone charger cable[Apple MFi Certified],Snowkids 2m Apple cable/line High Speed lightning to USB cable Nylon iPhone Charger sync cord https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07QGW69J7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_6CNNVYZ385XJRQ1RVT87?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 Got a couple today ... extra 70% off
Think the issue is 12 pack should be at the start!
BTW, the USB A to USB C is also the same price. Deal posted here. Got one, good when using with power banks or travelling, as it is only 20cm.
Perfect for connecting a keyboard or something to a Raspberry Pi Zero too.
Perfect for my old tablet to connect a usb drive too. Lost my last one of these.
Yeah, there’s still unfortunately a need for micro USB cables, although I still have two or three knocking about. My point was more about the need for an OTG cable being low because anyone ‘techy’ enough to want to plug peripherals into their device almost certainly has at least a fairly new device (eg not much older than 3 years). I feel dirty using Micro USB now as it just feels so flimsy and horrible.
Most my devices are USB C now. But my kids tablets are still micro USB, their night lamps are micro USB, I've also have few other devices such as power banks on LED strips. I've only got these because I don't like wires all over and I can tidy the place around the workstation. I didn't realised these are OTG, so not sure what will do it them, I wanted USB A to micro USB.