Today we are looking at the BLU Advance A5 cell phone available on Amazon. This phone is currently less than fifty dollars, and is really worth its price. Below you will find videos for the unboxing and overview, a camera review and comparison with the Google Pixel XL, a full on concrete drop test, and a software overview.
Do you need to convert your old cassettes to MP3 files? Do you need to transfer your old records to CDs to play in your car? All you need is a simple audio capture card, and this one even works natively with Linux (Ubuntu 16.04).
After taking Orgain plant based protein for over a year, I can honestly say I love it! Not only does it taste good, but I recover over night every time. It is a great way to start my day in the morning, and a great addition to my shake after the gym.
This is how my days usually begin (blended together):
I have been wanting to upgrade my Motherboard, CPU and ram for a while now but I had been dreading re installing Windows and all of my applications. After searching around, I came across a built in system preparation method which seemed interesting. It prepares Windows in a way so that the next time it boots, it re installs any new hardware just like when Windows first installs. This allows for Windows to accommodate itself nicely on the new hardware.
The main issue with recording on a PC or Laptop is the great amount of static and noise in the background, even if a decent microphone is being used. The fix is a quick and easy one and can cost less than $20. Basically, all you need is any USB sound card of decent quality. Try to stick to known brands such as Creative and stay away from the $5 ones on eBay. Also, a decent mic would help but that will only increase the quality of the recording and not so much the decrease background annoyances not due to actual background noise present in the room. It turns out that my motherboard makes a lot of static and noise when using the internal mic inputs and just by using a USB sound card, a huge difference was instantly noticeable. It seems that by isolating the A/D converter from the rest of the components, I was able to now record clean, static free sound. Check out the video below for some details about the sound card I used.
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