MSI Introduces Syren Series Audio Products

"Today MSI introduced three new audio products under the name of "Syren" which they claim delivers "dreaming sound.""

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MSI Introduces Syren Series Audio ProductsSyrenHeadphones
Today MSI introduced three new audio products under the name of "Syren" which they claim delivers “dreaming sound.” The first product is the "SyrenSound X-Fi" - PCI-e sound card with X-Fi Xtreme Fidelity audio technology. Powered by the Creative Audio Processor CA0110, the X-Fi and EAX 4.0 capable sound card is designed to deliver environmental sound with higher quality and better gaming sound!
The "SyrenPhone Gaming" - USB digital gaming Headphones feature an adjustable head band and soft ear pads to ensure maximum comfort during use for extended periods. With a noise reducing, uni-directional microphone, the SyrenPhone can reduce background noise up to 100Hz, and provide clear crisp audio through the gold-plated USB interface. A built in volume control is included to allow quick adjustments without needing to change settings on the computer, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the game.
The "SyrenSpeaker mini" – Mini-Q USB speakers are small, lightweight and compact. The speakers receive their power via USB, and contain a digital (class D) amplifier to further boost the signal from the computer. Designed for the fashion conscious notebook user the MSI SyrenSpeaker delivers higher Efficiency / Eco and better sound quality compared to that of standard speakers.
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02-05-2009, 15:34:57

The U.S. version will come in it's own unique box, while a regular edition and a special edition packed with extra goodies will be available in Europe.

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02-05-2009, 16:48:32

Cool but no PS3. :(

03-05-2009, 10:10:47

whats that PS3 thing?

Surely games can only be played properly on a PC, are you suggesting some other device is capable of gaming. tut whatever next! :p

03-05-2009, 10:22:30

Have to give the console boys a little bit of coverage too. Can't have them feeling left out :p

03-05-2009, 15:31:42

Tomb Raider games tend to work better on Console.
And so does platforming and adventure games.

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