Some people are so insecure about certain personal deficiencies that
they'll go to any lengths to compensate, no matter how dangerous or
irrational. They'll drive at hazardous speeds, play endless guitar
solos, or make foolish misjudgments of their own fighting abilities. Or
they'll cram their bedroom, dorm room, or office with absurdly
oversized stereo equipment. But none of it will fill the void in their
souls (or anywhere else). Sad, really.
But not you, right? You've got nothing to compensate for, no nagging feelings of inadequacy to banish. That's why the JVC UX-N1W
Micro Component System is just right for you. It puts the "compact" in
"compact disc player" and the "tiny" in "tiny but powerful speakers."
If you're into digital music smoothed out on the MP3 tip, take your pick between MP3 CD playback capability or a front input for your MP3 player. Either way, the JVC UX-N1W is just the right size for you - assuming everything else of yours is the right size, too.
Warranty: One year
New Design and New Style for enjoying personal music
Sources: CD, CD-R/RW, MP3 (CD-R/RW), Tuner
Portable Link -- the unit detects analog signals from a connected
player, then automatically turns on the power and switches the source
Front Audio Input for easy connection with a digital audio player
MP3 playback with ID3 Tag (CD-R/RW)
Active Hyper-Bass PRO for dynamic bass response and clear vocals
Electronic Bass/Treble Tone Controls
Program (32 tracks) / Random / Repeat Play
1-bit D/A Converter
Dynamic Range (1kHz) 88dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio 93dB
Power Output: 6.5 watts per channel RMS 4 ohms
Preset Stations 15 AM, 30 FM
Audio Out: Analog Front LINE
Audio In: Analog Front LINE
Quick Portable Link
LCD Display with Display Dimmer
Clock, 3-Preset Timer and Sleep Timer
Speakers: Full-Range, Bass-Reflex 3-3/16" Cone
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There's nothing unusual about having an inflated opinion of oneself. Every woman thinks she has better taste in shoes than her friends. Every man thinks he could take his best friend in a fight. And every American thinks he or she is the best driver on the road. But as ubiquitous as this self-overrating tendency is, it's bad form to flaunt it. This 3.5-star rating strikes the perfect balance between modesty and pomposity. And nobody ever has to know about the five stars in your own mind.
This shirt was designed by: artist and designer Kevin Weidemann, with a conceptual assist from his brilliant wife Ann. When he isn't arting or designing, he does in fact have his own ideas, <a href="http://www.terrasight.com/">silly projects</a>, and even his own travel reservation businesses for <a href="http://www.reserveorlando.com/">Orlando, Florida</a> and <a href="http://www.reservebranson.com/">Branson, Missouri</a>. Says Kevin, "Please
excuse my blatant plugs, but wooters take vacations too, right?"
Wear this shirt to: show people you're better than they are, but you're too modest to make a big deal out of it.
Don't wear this shirt to: Afghanistan. The red-star motif might get you mistaken for a leftover Soviet soldier.
This shirt tells the world: "This rating based on one user review - but it's the only one that matters."
All right, stop. Cultivate and listen. Ty is back with a brand new edition. Something grabbed ahold of him tightly, turned like a corkscrew daily and nightly - and the result is the brand-new Ty Caton 2005 Field Blend Red, available here for the very first time anywhere. After a nose as oaky as Pinocchio's, it rocks your palate like a vandal with flavors of black currant, blackberry and plum. The blend is mostly Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah, but Petite Sirah, Merlot, and Malbec also get a look in. Like all Ty Caton wines, it was crafted with sustainable methods and painstaking attention to detail. Why? Because anything less than the best is a felony.
If you're still trying to figure out where you've heard of this Ty Caton guy before, let the Ty Caton 2003 TyTanium refresh your memory. Back for another go-round, this fan favorite was one of the best-received offerings in Wine.Woot history, and it's not hard to see why, or smell why, or taste why. Tantalizing aromas of black fruit, anise, and cocoa are just the beginning. On the palate, each sip is like a little velvet bonbon bursting with ripe, dark cherry and blackberry flavors for a sweet, dense mid-palate bacchanal. Fine tannins whisk the finish away on clouds of vanilla and chocolate, and it's just, just so...excuse us a moment, please. Yes, we are crying. But don't worry, they're tears of joy.
Ahem. Now, before we got overwhelmed by the transcendent beauty of TyTanium, we were going to tell you about the third vino in this triumvirate, the Ty Caton 2003 Merlot. While it might not seem as sexy as the brand new Field Blend or the crowd-pleasing TyTanium, it stands second to no wine in its bright, smooth richness and all-American cherry, vanilla, and blueberry notes. Don't even dare ask if it's executed with a dedication to old-world craft and a respect for its own unique character. If it says "Ty Caton", you know it is.
Not only do the Caton people mix up an awful fine grape-hooch, they back up their action with talk. On our discussion forums, their articulate, approachable representative - known only as "Winegirl" - has become one of us, sticking around for wine chat long after she was obligated to do so. Yep, that Caton operation is class all the way down the line. Buy up now before they realize they're too good for Wine.Woot.