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Audio | 13th May 2015
After we reviewed the Tannoy Reveal 402 Studio Monitors, we have a look at its big brother, the Tannoy Reveal 802.
Audio | 30th April 2015
The latest iteration of the Roccat Kave headset returns to the 5.1 surround of the original, and provides 3.5mm jack support for those with beefy soundcards. We take a listen.
OC3D Articles ›› Audio
Stuart Boardman | 2nd August 2008
Over a year since Vista 64 was released, Creative have finally managed to add Vista 64 support but it's not all plain sailing.
Matthew Fogg | 30th June 2008
Apple's plans to offer a free iPhone/iPod touch application called Remote.
Matthew Fogg | 16th June 2008
Auzentech Reveals HDMI 1.3-native PCIe Audio Combo Card
Audio | 20th January 2015
The original Kingston Cloud was one of our favourite headsets last year. Today we take a look at the updated 7.1 USB version.
Audio | 23rd December 2014
As we head into the festive season it's time for our annual look back at those products which live long in the memory, the Best of 2014.
Audio | 7th November 2014
If you're dedicated to the pursuit of audio excellence with no expense spared, the ASUS Essence STX II 7.1 is definitely worth a look.
Audio | 6th November 2014
With the increasing emphasis on good looks and showing off your favourite choice of headphone, we take a look at the Silverstone EBA01.
Audio | 9th October 2014
Following on from the H440 NZXT are back with another case without optical bays, we get to grips with the S340
Matthew Fogg | 19th May 2008
Creative Unveil the X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Series
Nic Crane | 3rd April 2008
Some clever guys at the University of Rochester have developed a new audio format
Marc Clements | 31st March 2008
Creative have threatened legal action against a custom driver creator for improving compatibility of their cards in Windows Vista.
Nic Crane | 28th March 2008
For once some history for the site - The oldest recorded sound.
Marc Clements | 26th March 2008
Creative Labs have said that rival hardware manufacturer Asus is misleading its customers with its EAX drivers.
Nic Crane | 15th February 2008
Scythe announces the 5.25inch boom box for PC system.