Hercules is renowned as the market leader and a major pioneer for digital DJ controllers. And yes, this is the same Hercules you may remember as the graphics card manufacturer. Most people who are enamoured of music would, like to own a high quality speaker system for their desktop computer. The Hercules XPS 2.0 60 DJ Club Speakers are great solution for your computer system. They would definitely enjoy a pair of these compact satellite computer speakers designed with the latest innovation and technology.
The Hercules XPS 2.0 60 DJ club speakers provide and ample 30 watts of audio power and definitely pack plenty of sound. The XPS 60 speaker design is a two-driver audio system without a separate sub-woofer. The bass is generated by a port at the rear of each speaker when positioned near a wall. The bass more than good, but we wouldn’t rate it as great if you are after a really exaggerated low end. If you need great bass, you might prefer a true 3-driver system that comes with a separate sub-woofer.
The DJ Club Speakers come with an attractive lacquered black and matte finish that should suit almost everyone’s style. The trendy and innovative speakers are constructed with a metal grille to protect the main driver. For an added convenience, all the connectivity features and controls such as volume and tone adjustments are provided on the speaker’s front face for easy access.
As a great additional feature, to feature the advanced range of connection, the Hercules XPS 2.0 60 DJ Club speakers are designed with an auxiliary input to connect to an MP3 player or other compatible portable media players as well as a standard headphone connector. Again, all connections are conveniently provided on the speaker’s front face.
For music fans who love grooving music from the DJs, the Hercules XPS 2.0 60 DJ Club Speakers are hitting the market this November.
Everybody remembers talking (or singing) greeting cards with their cloying midi music box tunes. The most common tune being happy birthday since it only comes once a year it is therefore not as hard on the ears. These cards are all but gone. Why? These days, there are talking Recordable Envelopes! And they come in more than one size too! They can fit cards with dimensions of 5 x 7 inches or 6 x 8 inches.
Basically they are what their name states, recordable envelopes. Envelopes with a recording button on the inside of the flap, which records whatever the sender deems fit. Song, rhyme, words, shout, cry. Virtually anything. As long as they are 10 seconds long that is. Made a mistake? No fear, messages are re-recordable. All one has to do is press the record button and speak into the speaker. This message will be played every time the flap is lifted but only up to approximately 300 times, not unlike singing greeting cards, belting out their tune whenever the card is opened. The only downside to the talking recordable envelope is the fact that it is a talking recordable “envelope” as people are more inclined to rip open envelopes.
Thus, these talking recordable envelopes are made out of high-quality paper that have been coated with an aqueous coating to prevent any accidental ripping or shredding. Because of this aqueous coating, all envelopes come with a boldly printed “hand stamp only please” notice for mailing purposes. The 5 x 7 inch version costs $4.75 while the 6 x 8 inch version costs $4.95. Customers may opt to purchase them in sets of 10 at a flat rate of $48.00.
[Source: Sound Expression]