This is Moskit, which stands for Mosquito in Russian. It is a utility push knife, featuring lightweight skeleton design and some multitool options. Made of chromium-molibdenium-vanadium steel, it sports beautiful greyish bluing, 58 HRC/HRS and weights only 45 grams.
This mp3 radio could be purchase really cheap at Ebay.
If your speaker cables don’t have any color marking, like red and black, here’s how to check polarity of your speakers for positive and negative wires.
Computer cables seem to be either too short or too long. You should try to find a cable of
right length, which is always advisable.
Wi-fi networking enthusiasts often face a problem of moving the antenna away from the transmitter unit. Sometimes, the antenna must be moved dozens of feet away from the router to overcome a reception blocking obstacle.
HDMI finally made it possible to get all your A/V digital data in one cable. However, connecting a computer to HDMI TV may have some audio problems.
After playback stops or application exits, a very annoying high-pitched sound may be heard, like this one. Sounds like the last note being played continously for about a second.
If you ever wanted to get a cheap small bluetooth USB dongle like this you’d better not. They are CSR-based and come with trial blueSoleil software. But even that doesn’t help.
Phones do not connect. Headsets keep disconnecting and the sound quality is very poor. And even keyboards, mice and other HIDs, paired after much struggle, won’t reconnect on reboot. You’ll have to pair them again!
Tried that both under Windows 7 and Ubuntu, no luck. Get a proper Broadcomm dongle, don’t waste your time of cheap stuff from China.