Your audio/video setup & tech toys

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  1. whizkid

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    Samsung KU 6300 LED 4K 50 inch tv
    Sony Bravia DAV-HDX589 5.1 theater system
    Directv R54 receiver
    Roku 3
    PS4
    PS3
    PS2
    Xbox 360
    Cables 2 Go 40697 6x2 Component Video + Stereo Audio + TOSLINK Digital Audio Matrix Selector Switch
    J Tech Audio Extractor Converter
    Aiwa 5.1 surround sound system
    MPow 059 wireless Bluetooth headphones
    Samsung BD-F5900 blu ray player
    Alterola wireless ear buds
    Amazon Echo Dot 2nd gen
    Google Home Nest Hub
    Samsung Galaxy S8
    Samsung Galaxy S5
    Samsung A177 phone
    LG L15 Sunrise phone
    Nokia 1100 phone
    Samsung wireless charger
    Logitech Harmony One universal remote w/ PS3 adapter
    Logitech Harmony Hub w/ Alexa
    Portable charger powerbank
    Oontz Angle 3 portable Bluetooth speaker
    VR 3d Goggles Headset
    Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
    Monoprice 108150 video switch

    Tech overload!
     
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    TV in the living room and bedroom
    Roku
     
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    We like gadgets. We have a lot of them.
     
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    Next up: PS5, Samsung QLed, surround sound receiver, speakers, and a lightweight Google Cnromebook.
     
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    Okay . . . I am bored, so I’ll list gadgets.
    • 47” LED television
    • 46” LCD television with Roku
    • two 32” LCD televisions, one with Roku/one with Firestick
    • surround sound system
    • 3 Alexa Dots
    • Alexa Auto
    • about a dozen smart outlets / bulbs
    • Xbox 360
    • Xbox One
    • VCR/DVD/Laserdisc systems
    • four wireless chargers
    • 2 iPad 6th gen.
    • 2 apple pencils
    • 1 iPad 3rd gen
    • iPhone 8
    • Samsung Note 8
    • Kindle Fire
    • Samsung Tab
    • 2 sets wireless earbuds
    • Beats (wired)
    • desktop PC
    • laptop PC
    • convertible laptop PC
    • MacBook
    • 2 Chromebooks
    • wireless inkjet printer
    • Cricut Explore Air
    • some kind of fancy digital camera
    • laminating machine
    • four Wyze cameras
     
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    Double post.
     
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    Ipod touch 2nd generation (8gb) and 5th generation (32gb). The 5th gen Ipod touch was the last Apple product I've ever owned, bought it 8 years ago.
     
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    I really like those all-in-one PCs especially Acer and HP. Might switch it up and go with Acer since all I own is HP thus far.
     
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    Also have a 4G Network Extender with Verizon. For those with poor cell phone signals, it works great.
     
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    I have one Acer laptop. It is okay, but I'd hate to have to use it regularly. It was inexpensive, and it isn't very fast. I ended up not being able to use it for home because it just doesn't work for multi-tasking. The lag is terrible.

    I took it to work, and it is perfect for taking attendance and checking email. I bought an HP Envy for home. It's way, way better for running multiple applications.
     
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    How much RAM was on that computer?
     
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    I’m not sure. I’ll have to check next time I use it.
     
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    Just a little bit of an old person rant...
    I hate the fact that you can hardly find a modern laptop that allows you to add memory or change the battery. For that matter you can hardly find a phone that allows you to change the battery.
     
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    If I were to get a laptop, I'd get nothing less than 8 gbs of RAM. You want to be able to get in and out of programs quickly without hangup. Nothing drives me up the wall like a slow computer.
     

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