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But it kills the mold in my bathroom. Killed the stuff like it was standing still. But seriously, this is the best product on the market, you spray it and next thing you know the mold is gone the next morning. I don't know where it went, and do I even care. I didn't even wipe it, mainly because I'm lazy, but at least I cared enough to get the mold gone. Spray Spray GONE!
I listened to a variety of music (EDM, Classical, Hip Hop, Country, Crap Rap, Jazz, Metal, Bluegrass) to test out the range and I'm pretty shocked. Jazz and You are immersed in the music with the strings of the cello or fiddle to the cymbals and most surprising of all the heavy bass in hip hop and EDM. The bass seems overplayed at times similar to Beats headphones, but not as exaggerated and doesn't muffle vocals whatsoever. Bluegrass and Jazz are extremely enjoyable to hear that clear double bass in conjunction with horns and fiddle/violin. Everything is sharp at high volume levels as well although I haven't tested at 100% because it is too loud at 70%.
I checked out the plethora of BT MOBILE models at Best Buy and none compare to the range that this speaker has (not the Magnolia lines like DefTech or Libratone. If that was even an option for you...why are you here?). The Bose Soundlink is great in the mids and highs, but low frequencies are only good compared to the A33. It goes without saying to buy the best within your budget. I've found mobile speakers sub-$300 can't beat this value and coughing up the extra $50 from the $100 range pays itself in sound quality. Weatherproofing, IP64 - not submersible, is definitely an added bonus. Not to forget the usb charging and conference call options that many BT speakers lack. The cons I have at the moment are the extra weight (opposed to the UE Boom or Beats Pill bleh!) and lack of full waterproof protection; a trade-off I gladly took for my use. If you require the full IPx8 protection, the EcoXBT offers that for the lower quality sound. Females carrying this in their purse will definitely know it's there. Fortunately, this is greatly paid off when in use as everyone will know where it is, even over conversations (varies by test woman). I will be testing this soon in a workshop environment to check how well it masks tool/machinery noise. Battery life is very important for mobility, so that's something I'm testing now too.
UPDATE: This monkey is LOUD! I didn't have it on full volume because it was deafening. It masked most of the workshop noise (you could still hear them enough for the safety-minded readers out there) and that wasn't on full volume. I was pairing it with a Lumia 920, so if your device is no good, maybe it's your source. If that's not it, call up their customer support. They are very great and helpful (I had a connectivity issue which a full discharge/recharge cleaned up). As far as battery life, it's around 7 hours on 40-50% volume. Less time the louder it is and vice versa. The weight is really a non-issue. I know it's in my backpack by weight not bulk and it helps remind me if I left it behind. One downside I discovered is the need to flip the waterproof seal on the ports to charge. I have to assume their reasoning is if you're using an AC plug that close to a water source, you won't have many years ahead of you. My best use so far is using it in the bathroom while in the shower and not having to expose my phone to the humidity and sink splash (replaced a set of speakers in there using a Belkin BT receiver).
I know Bose makes great systems, but I was shocked by the level of sound that come out of this small system. I was watching LOTR and you can hear the horses hooves hitting the ground, and Shelob's (giant spider) near silent "footsteps". I don't know how well the base would sound in a larger room, but for a smallish room it sounds pretty good. I do wish that the system had buttons on it, because it is completely dependent on the remote, so don't lose it!
I've handled 7-figure payrolls and prepared tax returns for self-employed-sole-proprietorships and some small corporations.
When i'm in the office, i have access to high-priced software systems that help make tax returns a breeze.
When i'm NOT in the office and just helping friends pro-bono get their returns done i use Turbo Tax. (well...by paper&pencil is ok too but this is faster).
A decade ago, the software was awkward to use and i once bumbled through it and was $13,000 off in tax calculations, i felt as if the data entry process did not have a smooth flow-through.
But now it seems that Turbo Tax has made great improvements in streamlining their flow-through of data entry questions that the S-corporation i just used it for came out perfectly like a pro.
If your business is on a smaller budget and you don't want to spend 700-2500 for a paid preparer, i recommend this - as long as someone knows what they are doing at a basic level with preparing biz tax returns or else balancing the financial statements will drive you nuts.
i will be using this again next year.