MCLAREN Audio MLM50CB Car Speakers and Subwoofers, Set of 2
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- Size 5.25 Inch (133.4 mm) Power 120 Watts Maximum Rated Power 70 Watts RMS Power Rating
- Impedance 4 Ohms
- Frequency Response 500Hz to 10KHz
- SPL 95 dB
- 15 Oz Magnet with 30 Oz Magnet StructureCone Material PP Cone
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5.25-Inch Midrange Speaker with Sealed back and built-in crossover A great compliment to systems requiring a clear concise middle range sound
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The description of the unit from the software it downloads reads as if it is a wonderful marvelous piece of technology. The instructions on how to use it seemed simple enough - but the results so far have been useless. Using the default settings, I ran the unit on the C:Drive on my laptop that had 300 GB used space. I started it at night before going to bed. The next day, after10+ hours running - the Stick had only scanned a part of the Programs folder. It had tagged 4,100 images and sorted them into 3 folders ranging from low to high based on how likely the image would contain porn. Most of the images were tagged at medium to high risk which surprised me because I didn't think I had any adult related images on that computer and I certainly didn't expect adult images in my Programs folders.
At that rate it would have taken a day or two to complete its task so I stopped the unit to review all the 4,100 images it had found. Only one of them had humans in it and they were fully dressed. It picked up a stop sign, software icons, a line drawing of a circle - literally everything.
I changed the settings for higher accuracy and started again and selected only my Pictures folder. It was so slow that I could have manually reviewed every folder and file in a fraction of the time. I stopped the search several hours later because it was nothing but annoying at that point. I will adjust the settings again and run it on my netbook which has 38 Gb total used. I'll update my review once I have anything good to say about the unit.
btw the Seller 'Brickhouse Security' stopped carrying the unit and it's tagged 'Discontinued' on their web page. I actually purchased the unit directly via Amazon Prime.