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Audio | 13th May 2015
After we reviewed the Tannoy Reveal 402 Studio Monitors, we have a look at its big brother, the Tannoy Reveal 802.
Audio | 30th April 2015
The latest iteration of the Roccat Kave headset returns to the 5.1 surround of the original, and provides 3.5mm jack support for those with beefy soundcards. We take a listen.
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Matthew Fogg | 29th June 2007
For those who are eagerly awaiting for Auzen X-FI Prelude 7.1 sound card, the mass production is going to kick off by second week of July
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.
Audio | 20th January 2015
The original Kingston Cloud was one of our favourite headsets last year. Today we take a look at the updated 7.1 USB version.
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.
Audio | 6th November 2014
With the increasing emphasis on good looks and showing off your favourite choice of headphone, we take a look at the Silverstone EBA01.
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
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!
Matthew Fogg | 17th April 2007
San Jose based Auzentech has become the first non-Creative Labs manufacturer to use Creative Labs audio chips.
Matthew Fogg | 7th March 2007
The Commodore is ready to make a splash back into the computer world with a new gaming computer that will be shown later this month during CeBIT in Germany.
Mike Reilly | 23rd January 2007
Creative Labs has added support for the ALchemy Project, enabling the use of 3D sound in the newest version of Windows. Read inside for more...