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Audio | 14th February 2008
Never ones to sit idle and let an opportunity pass them by, Scythe has decided to take on the PC Audio market with their Scythe Kama Bay Amp.
Audio | 30th October 2007
Overclock3D gets its hands on the World's first soundcard custom-engineered around the X-Fi chipset .
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Stuart Boardman | 15th September 2008
X-Fi on the go, with 1Gb memory and some neat software.
Stuart Boardman | 10th September 2008
Sexy new design and some cool features.
Matthew Fogg | 27th August 2008
RAZER preview the Megalodon 7,1 gaming headset
Nic Crane | 6th August 2008
Vuzix Corporation is pleased to debut the Vuzix 3D Visualizer to the growing list of VR920 compatible applications.
Audio | 21st June 2007
Today we put Razer's Barracuda HP-1 headphones in the hands of our very own professional gamer - Chris "Ins" Buer. Read on to find out if they improved his game or just left him open to attacks from the rear!
Audio | 10th April 2007
A look at SteelSeries ultra portable and lightweight gaming headset from their SteelSound line, the SteelSeries 3H.
Audio | 21st February 2007
A look at Steelsound's mid-range lightweight gaming headset which boasts a retractable microphone and inline volume control.
Audio | 5th February 2007
A look at the SteelSound 5H V2s from SteelSeries. One of the leading gaming equipment manufacturers' offering to the world of gaming headsets.
Audio | 2nd June 2006
Altec's dated pair of THX Certified 4.1's make a great budget buy, check them out!
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
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