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Audio | 8th January 2010
Steelseries have been kind enough to give us three of their headsets to test, covering their whole range. Let's see how they fair.
Audio | 30th December 2009
Zowie introduce the Hammer USB progamer headset.
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 | 20th November 2009
Today we take a look at ASUS' Mobile Dolby Headphone Set. Have they produced another winner?
Audio | 4th September 2009
Featuring full bitstreaming HD Audio and only digital connections on-board, will the slim version of Asus's HTPC sound card be a winner?
Audio | 6th July 2009
Claiming to be the worlds first soundcard for music, HTPC and gaming, the Forte makes big claims from a tiny card. Can it live up to our high standards? Read on...
Audio | 9th March 2009
Asus release an Audiophile sound-card...we play music LOUD. Is this the sound-card to rock out to? Check it out
Audio | 26th August 2008
Can the RAZER Piranha Gaming Communicator match it with the big boys when it comes to audio quality?
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!