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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.
OC3D Articles ›› Audio
Nic Crane | 13th September 2007
The Razer Barracuda AC-1 sound card now supports Linux.
Mike Reilly | 18th July 2007
Saitek has announced three new PC speaker systems said to provide 3D sound. Find out more information inside.
Jonathan Smith | 11th July 2007
SteelSeries Siberia Neckband Headset, the first circumaural neckband headset created for professional gaming.
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
Audio | 25th July 2014
Today we're taking a look at a full 5.1 headset from Roccat, the Kave XTD. With an included soundcard and Bluetooth pairing, is it all things to all men?
Audio | 5th June 2014
Famous for their speakers, Microlab have released the T1, a Bluetooth 4.0 A2DP headset. We take a listen.
Audio | 28th May 2014
Today we're looking at a premium headset from Mionix, the Nash 20. How does it compare to some stiff competition?
Audio | 15th May 2014
The Kingston HyperX brand is one of the strongest around. Today we review their Cloud headset.
Matthew Fogg | 18th June 2007
According to Creative there is going to be a shift from sales of complete solutions to chipset solutions.
Matthew Fogg | 13th June 2007
The Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio PCI-e has finally arrived.
Matthew Fogg | 6th June 2007
Club3D have released a new soundcard which sports "DTS Connect" technology, allowing the card to perform real-time encoding for multichannel DTS 7.1 sound output.
Matthew Fogg | 5th June 2007
ASUS are reportedly in production mode for their Xonar D2 sound card.
Matthew Fogg | 31st May 2007
EAX 5.0 and Dolby Digital Live on a single PCI sound card
Matt Kemp | 25th April 2007
US "webcasters" face bankruptcy after the US-based "Copyright Royalty Board decided that it is to raise fees on Internet Radio. Show your support for your favorite small station!