SVS SB-3000 Sealed Subwoofer

SVS announced the new 3000 series subwoofers just before the 2018 holiday season. Similar to their other lines, it offers a ported (PB) and sealed (SB) version of the bass reproducing device. With a 13” driver, 800W RMS / 2500+ W peak Sledge STA-800D2 DSP amplifier and an entry price of $1400 (PB) and $1000 (SB) it slots just between […]

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Homeseer HS-FS100-W Flood Sensor

Here’s another quick review, but this time for the Homeseer HS-FS100-W flood sensor. After watching the video below, make sure that you check out how the Fibaro device handled the same test. Z-Wave summary for the Homeseer HS-FS100-W flood sensor As we can see, things did not go quite according to plan. I’m not sure what the problem was here, […]

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Visualizing workout data

I’ve been looking for a better way to visualize the workout metrics produced from my bicycling computer than the tiny graphs that Strava provides, but I didn’t find anything that quite suited my requirements. So, I built something, and would love it if I could get some help testing it out. Usage is simple, drop the files (GPX, TCX, FIT) […]

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CABDA Review

This was the first time I’ve had the chance to go to the CABDA expo, and as a cyclist it was great to meet and chat with the companies that make the kit I like. Much of what I saw wasn’t that relevant to the site (i.e. droolworthy wheels), but there were several things that were; with a few more […]

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Gocycle Electric Commuter Bicycle

I don’t know much about electric bicycles, except that they are fun to pass, so I was glad to get the chance to talk to Gocycle about their bicycles as CABDA. There are a few things that make them stand out compared to the other electric bikes out there, with the not-a-standard-bike design being the thing that most attracted me […]

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