Archive for June, 2016

TOTU BT-2 Wireless In-Ear Headphones Review and Give-a-away

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

Review and Give-A-Away of the TOTU BT-2 Wireless Headphones.
The TOTU BT-2 Wireless In-Ear Headphones are a decent pair of mid-priced headphones with a good amount of bass. Like anything there is both good and so have a look at both.

Good: They are loud really loud

Good: They have a good amount of bass if you can get a good seal in your ear. I have those ears that I can’t get a good seal unless I use the foam earbud tips and these came with the gels so I had to keep pushing the tips in a little bit as they would slip out.

Good: They look good

Good: They stay put even while exercising

Good: Very easy to pair and there is audio feedback letting you that the device is connected.

Good: They come with a nice hard case, different sizes of earbuds and a Micro USB charging cable.

Bad: The highs are a little too high and sound tinny.

Bad: The charging port is a little hard to get to.

Bad: The Bluetooth receiver seems weak when I put my phone in my pocket the signal starts to fade out and the music gets choppy and I don’t have that problem with my Beats by Dre or Jaybird Bluebud X’s.

Summary: If you can live with the few shortcomings of the TOTU BT-2 Wireless In-Ear Headphones you will have a decent performing wireless set of headphones for a less than $50.

BYBLIGHT XML T6 800 Lumen Cree LED Tactical Flashlight Review

Friday, June 24th, 2016

Good: It is bright and I mean really bright. This little light is like having a piece of sunshine in your hand.

Good: It’s inexpensive this package at the time I ordered it from Amazon was only $15.59 and that included the battery and the charger.

Good: This thing is solid like a rock. I am confident that I can drop this or throw it in my backpack, glovebox or toolbox and it’s going to still work.

Good: The light comes with an 18 month warranty and lifetime tech support.

Good: The battery, they included one with a charger and this little plastic piece which I didn’t know what it was before is actually an adapter for a 18650 battery that you can use if you already have them or prefer them. Many other lights use that size battery so it was really good that BYBlight thought to put that adapter in with this light.

The bad: The battery, while providing lots of power it uses a non-standard size battery that you can’t just pick up in your local convenience store so if you are going camping or even plan to use this on a regular basis then I would recommend buying an extra battery or two so you will always have one charged and ready to go.

The bad: Its heavier than I expected but not to heavy with the battery it weighs in at 8.3oz compared to a smaller less powerful light like the 300 Lumen J5 tactical flashlight which weighs with a battery at 3.7oz.

The bad: It doesn’t come with a belt clip or pouch to attach it to your pocket or belt.

Conclusion: This is a great light that’s bright, feels solid and is ridiculously inexpensive for such a high quality product. I plan to use this light regularly.
This review unit was provided by BYBLIGHT you can visit their site or order one from their Amazon store.

Updated Tutorial How To Install Kodi On Mac OS X Without Errors, Free Movies, TV Shows, Live Sports

Thursday, June 16th, 2016

This is an updated tutorial of how to get Kodi (XBMC) on Mac OS X without all of the errors that people were getting with the TVAddons build. This tutorial will guide you step by step through the download and installation process with a build that should work for everyone and is updated on a weekly basis.With this build you can get all of the free movies and TV shows you want and get free live TV including free live sporting events and premium cable channels. Here is the link to the build. Be sure to type in the exact address or it won’t work.

Filmic Pro vs MoviePro App Review: Comparison Of Two iOS Pro Filmmaking Apps

Thursday, June 16th, 2016

Filmic Pro and MoviePro are both apps that give you near complete control over your iPhone’s video camera. Today we are going to take an in-depth look at both and shoot some sample footage to see which looks the best and which sounds the best. We will look inside the apps and see the different features of both and hopefully help you decide which app may work best for you. Both apps are available in the iOS App Store and Filmic is also available in the Google Play Store. Filmic cost $9.99 while MoviePro is $.5.99.

Rode VideoMic Me vs Shure MV88 Battle of the iPhone Microphones

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

Both Rode and Shure make microphones for iOS devices and today we take a look at two of them the Rode VideoMic Me and the Shure MV88 lightening microphone. I am going to let you listen to both and you can decide which sounds best and let me know what you think and which one I should use.

Rode VideoMic Me Review

Saturday, June 11th, 2016

Today we review the Rode VideoMic Me microphone designed for smartphones and other mobile devices and let you hear what it sounds like in comparison the Rode VideoMic Pro placed on the camera.

JBL Clip Plus Bluetooth Speaker Review

Tuesday, June 7th, 2016

The JBL Clip + Bluetooth speaker is small its light and it offers a nice balance or price and performance.

Today We Visit New York City and Slow It Down: New York In Slow Motion

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Today We Visit New York City and Slow It Down: New York In Slow Motion

How To Watch The 2016 NBA Finals Live On The Apple TV 4

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

If you have an Apple TV 4 I am going to show a very easy way to watch the NBA Finals live on your Apple TV.

Watch The 2016 NBA Finals Live On Your FireTV and Other Android Devices

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

Want to watch the NBA Finals on your FireTV, Android phone, Android Tablet or Android TV box well this video will show how to do so and its 100% free.