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Audio | 29th June 2011
In the mood for awesome sound quality without losing the ability to talk to your team-mates? Maybe SteelSeries have a solution...
Audio | 16th June 2011
Today we take a look at the SteelSeries 7H headphones, specifically tailored for Apple's range of products.
OC3D Articles ›› Audio
Nic Crane | 6th August 2008
Vuzix Corporation is pleased to debut the Vuzix 3D Visualizer to the growing list of VR920 compatible applications.
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.
Audio | 19th April 2011
Do you fancy all the benefits of a full surround headset but without breaking the bank? Cyber Snipa might have the answer.
Audio | 14th April 2011
Managing to grab a spare moment from the extraordinary popularity of the Aria & OC3D Stand, Tom takes us round the rest of GSL.
Audio | 11th April 2011
Today we take a look at the latest in the Roccat hardware line, the Kulo Stereo Gaming Headset. Does it maintain their excellent record?
Audio | 1st April 2011
Corsair sell speakers now too? Is this a step too far or can they perfect PC audio?
Audio | 30th March 2011
Fancy having great quality audio but don't want 3 different headsets for your various needs? Perhaps SteelSeries can help with the 5XB.
Matthew Fogg | 4th June 2008
ASUS previews their Xonar HDAV1.3 at Computex
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.