ADV.SOUND AccessPort

I reviewed a similar product before, so I won’t repeat why it’s a good idea to have something like this. In a nutshell, it solves this problem as stated in that post:

For an iPhone user, unless you never plan going past a 6S, needing a lightning headphone adaptor is an inevitability. And while Apple does supply the newer iPhones with adapters, it does have its limitations. For one you can’t charge your phone when listening to music.

And of course the Wizician, for the most part, came through – but not without some misgivings (mostly build quality). Here I am now with ADV.SOUND’s AccessPort to see how it stacks up with the competition.

It’s going to be a short review because the AccessPort practically trumps the Wizician in all aspects except price. So let’s see what that extra $20 premium got us. Read More

AirBolt

An electronic lock, assuming its security is up to scratch, is always a good thing to have since it removes problem of forgetting your keys. 1 Combination padlocks always had a weakness of having a finite number of permutations which, if given enough time, can be figured out. Electronic locks can even enhance security making it exponentially more difficult – as you could set a combination without giving thieves any idea of what kind of permutation they’ll be dealing with. Read More

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1. Combination padlocks always had a weakness of having a finite number of permutations which, if given enough time, can be figured out.

Wizician iPhone DAC/AMP

For an iPhone user, unless you never plan going past a 6S, needing a lightning headphone adaptor is an inevitability. And while Apple does supply the newer iPhones with adapters, it does have its limitations. For one you can’t charge your phone when listening to music.

So when the folks behind the Python Cable 1 Which I am a happy owner of pitched the Wizician – a MFi certified lightning adapter with a built in DAC and Amplifier. I thought why not. Read More

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1. Which I am a happy owner of