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    This is an awesome antenna and honestly it doesn't get half bad reception around my area. However it does suffer with reception the further you go from your radio station's epicenter. But if you are looking for a great clean look and/or use an iPod most of the time don't hesitate to get this.

  • kraigwoolman - there wasn't enough preparation for the reading part of the ...

    there wasn't enough preparation for the reading part of the actual TEAS test. I got every question right in this study guide, but I actually did not do as well as expected in this area of the test. the study guide did help me with the other 3 areas of the test, but I feel this study guide is incomplete overall.

  • [lgm] ARTS - Affordable VR!

    For what it is, the PS-VR is awesome and I think that Sony will make a killing off of this headset. This VR-Headset falls in between Pro and beginner Mobile VR. There is a bunch of complaints about the Move-Controllers or regular controllers tracking being a "Hit or Miss," but in my experience I have had virtually no trouble with tracking. Also, for a medium-level-consumer-grade VR-Headset, it is more comfortable than the Oculus Rift. The only real complaint I have with this VR-Headset is the Low Detail from the low resolution and a bit of motion sickness, but motion-sickness is expected with almost all VR; I experienced motion sickness with the Oculus Rift as well. With Oculus and HTC Vive, one needs a beastly PC in order to use Oculus or the Vive, which can cost more than a 500gb PS4 and VR bundle. Additionally, the Headset is very easy to set up because of the Plug-&-Play design and Sony has even included numerical labels to show the user what step is next; however, I did not even use the instructions or looked at the numerical labels to install this unit; any tech savvy teen or adult can use common sense to figure out what plug goes where, if not there are comprehensive instructions located in a VERY LARGE instruction booklet included inside the box or one can always watch a instructional PS-VR installation video on Youtube. I usually do not purchase Tech right off the bat because the price usually drops down significantly after several years, but in this case I compared the price drops from Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, which have have stayed steady throughout the years they have been in service; however, I surmise that the Oculus and Vive will drop in price soon or maybe they will come out with their own Medium-Grade-Consumer-Level VR-Headset. Retrospectively, if you have a PS4, and in the market for a VR headset, then PS-VR is a great choice for anyone looking for an affordable VR-Headset.