On Massdrop, you can find enthusiasts of all levels within any given community. There are beginners who are just starting out and experts who really know their stuff. Wherever you find yourself on the spectrum, you should always be able to find answers to your questions within the community.
One of the most technical and equally rewarding things you can do for yourself is build your own PC. It’s no easy task at first, but with practice, guidance, and perhaps some helping hands, you too can take part. Whether you’re looking to build your very first PC, or looking to make some upgrades, or just need a tidbit of advice you’ve come to the right place.
Do you need some help getting started? Want to know the best computer case for a certain price? Did you already start building your PC and now you’re stuck and not sure what to do?
The best way to find the answers to your questions is to ask the community. There are members who are experts in pretty...
On Massdrop, whether you’re a beginner just starting out or a seasoned expert, you should always be able to find answers to your questions within the community.
Everyone needs them, and everyone has their own style. When you take face shapes, lens colors, materials, and fits into consideration, they can quickly become complex. With that, we hope this discussion can help you see things clearly.
• What are the best sunglasses for hiking, biking, or outdoor activities in general?
• What factors of quality should I be looking for?
• What kind of lens color/tint is best for me?
Find your answers by asking the community. There are members here who are experts in pretty much every area you can imagine, and they can help you go from beginner to pro.
Ask your question/s by posting in the discussion below.
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I've been looking into getting my first mirrorless camera. My budget is sub $500 for body only.
I have been comparing the Sony A6000 and the Panasonic G7.
I mostly take pictures but I go to the occasional event.
I want to hear your opinions on each camera.
EDIT: I bought a Sony A6000 and a Sigma 19mm F/2.8. I am very pleased!
I purchased the Sennheiser PC37X Gaming Headset for use on conference calls with my iPhone X. I love them, however, I learned recently through an awkward experience that the boom up mute function does not work on my headset as intended. Are others having a similar experience where moving the mic into a vertical position does not mute the headset?