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The description for this antenna specifically states it is for an 09 Acadia, however the thread size on the vehicle is a METRIC one (M6 x 1.0). The part I received has two sizes of STANDARD threads. After contacting the seller, CravenSpeed, they resolved this issue politely and promptly. They are sending the part I need free of charge.
I ordered this to listen to audio books while I'm walking. It was comfortable, but unless I had my phone within about a foot of the headset it would cut out and skip.I couldn't even put my phone in my back pocket. I don't want to wear my phone in an arm band and shouldn't have to. It was missing the case when I received it so maybe it had been a prior return but I wasn't willing to exchange it, I just sent it back for a refund.
I rated it 3 stars for "It's ok" because there are shows here. I am just now trying this for the first time. I tried watching the PILOT to Almost Human...and I can't get through it. The video keeps switching from average picture and sound quality, to low picture and sound quality. I searched reviews to see if anyone else was having this problem, and decided to leave a review of my own. My mom bought this...again, I am rating off of my very first use. I will keep looking into it. Also, my mom was watching football with this and her video kept freezing, and buffering. Her max laptop speed is about 1.6 GHz (which isn't very fast for technology these days)...so if you have a slow comp..I do NOT recommend. I think best performance would be on a 2.0 GHz or higher (mine is 1.9 GHz). Ok, another thing...I was told this thing could get channels & shows from all over the world, and I LOVE my Korean Dramas...but I can't find them. Anyway I will keep looking into this, and see if it gets better :).....or worse :/
I'm a new developer to Access and find that Access 2010 makes doing more complex things (forms, switchboards, etc.) much easier. I always like how easily Microsoft made it in this version to publish Web Databases to any Sharepoint Server providers.