by Kaeyi Dream | 12th April 2013
Today Kaeyi Dream takes a look at some of the latest QPAD gaming products, including the QPAD 5K Mouse, MK-85 Keyboard, QH-90 Headset and CT Mousepad. Check it out!
by Kaeyi Dream | 14th March 2013
Kaeyi Dream takes a look at the Sennheiser PC 350 Special Edition Noise Blocking Gaming Headset in her latest video review for HardwareHeaven. Check it out!
by Stuart Davidson | 18th February 2013
Sennheiser have updated their range with the PC 363D, a revision of the award winning PC 360 which adds a USB soundcard and virtual 7.1 audio. Today we have a sample of the PC 363D on our test bench so read on to find out if Sennheisers latest gaming headset is as good as its predecessor.
by Stuart Davidson | 4th February 2013
As we have seen quite often in recent times well known manufacturers have seen moving into new areas as a wise move in this economic climate. Antec's approach to this has been the creation of a mobile brand which includes chargers and audio devices. One such device is the a.m.p. SP1, a compact Bluetooth speaker and speakerphone and it is the focus of our review today.
by Kaeyi Dream | 12th January 2013
Kaeyi Dream takes a look at the ASUS Republic of Gamers Orion Pro Headset in her latest video.
by Stuart Kerley | 4th January 2013
Today we will be looking at the latest addition to the GameCom range, the Commander. The Plantronics GameCom Commander is a PC headset which offers us USB and 3.5mm connection along with a USB sound card for Dolby 7.1 surround.
by Stuart Kerley | 29th November 2012
Over the years Sennheiser have built themselves an impressive reputation for audio devices. Their range of headsets for the PC market is full of high quality products that provide a solution for all types of consumer. Not only do Sennheiser do PC headsets they also do headset for both the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. Now, with the new U320, Sennheiser have produced a stereo multi format gaming headset giving a solution to consumers that want a single headset to cover their multiple devices.
by Stuart Kerley | 18th October 2012
The Vulcan Pro is a follow up to the Vulcan ANC, the first active noise cancelling pro gaming headset from ASUS which we previously covered. With updated specifications including hardware sound processing in the form of RoG Spitfire, can it improve on the strong foundations of the original?
by Stuart Davidson | 25th September 2012
Looking to get a decent chunk of the portable audio market are Logitech with their Ultimate Ears range. Featuring an over the ear design and iPod/iPhone compatibility the Ultimate Ears 6000 also include active noise cancellation and amplification for those looking at maximum audio quality. Today we have a set on our test bench and will find out if they delivery on the promised audio excellence.
by Stuart Kerley | 10th September 2012
Today we will be taking a look at the new Guild Wars 2 gaming headset from SteelSeries. Sometimes with franchise tie-ins we find that a company has counted on the name on the box on not put the effort in with the actual product, will SteelSeries fall foul of this same issue?
by Stuart Davidson | 9th August 2012
Today on our test bench we have the latest model of Siberia V2 headset. The Frost Blue USB Edition adds a new USB soundcard to the range as well as some headset lighting. In addition to testing that unit we will also take a quick look at the new purple and pink revisions with the latter aiming to benefit charity in its sales.
by Stuart Davidson | 29th June 2012
Rather than go with a rebranded version of an existing headset for their Battlefield 3 set Razer decided to design a new model and that is the Blackshark. Today we have the Blackshark on our test bench to see how it performs.
by Stuart Davidson | 20th June 2012
Aimed very much at providing a fantastic gaming experience whether it be 2.0 via the headphone amp or 7.1 through the multi-channel outputs the Xonar Phoebus is, at least on paper, the latest in a line of impressive audio products from ASUS. Today we will be taking a look at the card in detail to find out if it can live up to some very high expectations.
by Stuart Kerley | 14th June 2012
We liked the Vengeance 1500 thanks to its its simple plug and play set up mixed with great value for money price point. Now Corsair have released a wireless version of the Vengeance and they have designated it the 2000. Today we'll be taking a look at the new Vengeance 2000 and looking to see if Corsair have managed to improve on the wired model.
by Stuart Davidson | 4th June 2012
Recently Sennheiser announced their latest gaming headset, the PC 323D which features virtual 7.1 sound and Dolby technology as a step up from the PC 320. Today we have one connected to our test system and have run it through a selection of tests to find out how it fares in a very competitive market segment.
by Stuart Davidson | 22nd May 2012
Can Razer's new Tiamat 7.1 headset... with true multi-channel sound meet our expectations or is this destined to disappoint offering a less desirable alternative than the virtual 7.1 headsets which are already on the market?
by Stuart Davidson | 26th April 2012
We have the BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard, Onza Tournament Edition controller, Imperator 2012 mouse, Chimaera 5.1 headset and Vespula pad on our test bench today, all with Mass Effect 3 branding.
by Stuart Kerley | 17th April 2012
With online gaming for consoles becoming more and more popular it is increasingly important that we equip ourselves with a good quality gaming headset, and since most people don't really want wires trailing across the floor a wireless model is a must have.
by Stuart Kerley | 2nd April 2012
The F.R.E.Q. 5 stereo gaming headset is the first headset from the Cyborg studio, and as such we were really interested to see if they could take their innovative design standards from their mouse range, into the world of gaming audio.
by Stuart Kerley | 9th February 2012
Today we will be taking a look at two products from the RHA range. Firstly we have their top of the line SA-850 headphones and then we'll take a look at their in-ear MA-350 ear buds.
by Stuart Davidson | 23rd January 2012
Sennheiser are refreshing their gaming audio range with the release of the PC 320 G4ME headset. Aimed at those who have a limited budget it shares many of the same features as the higher specification models and today we find out if it makes a worthwhile purchase.
by Stuart Davidson | 12th December 2011
Now updated to include Razer's new (and just released) Synapse 2.0 cloud based driver/panel (with SW:TOR skin) and in-game screenshots of the Razer weapon customisations.
by Stuart Davidson | 8th December 2011
Today we will take a look at some of the new designs available for our favourite SteelSeries headsets, the 10/10 awarded 7H and Siberia V2 and with detailed images and key points before moving on to our user experience.
by Stuart Davidson | 24th November 2011
Continuing their great working relationship with Blizzard SteelSeries are back with a new set of gaming peripherals based on the upcoming Diablo 3. We have the Diablo 3 Headset and Mouse on our test bench today and have been taking them through a few dungeon runs to find out how they perform.
by Stuart Davidson | 18th November 2011
Corsair are back with a new range of gaming gear which includes keyboards, mice and a new range of headsets at the top of which the Vengeance 1500 currently sits. Today we have the Vengeance 1500 on our test bench and will find out if it offers a good alternative to the likes of Razer and SteelSeries in the gaming marketplace.
by Niall Coleman | 16th November 2011
The world of gaming is a multi-sensory place, plunging us into fanciful worlds and enthralling experiences. A frequently overlooked aspect of the gaming experience is the audio which is normally eclipsed by the more obvious and in some ways easier to critique graphic elements. Good quality audio immeasurably enhances our experience of a game so today we are testing the Tritton Detonator, not an explosive trigger mechanism but a stereo headset for the XBOX 360.
by Stuart Kerley | 15th November 2011
Today we'll be taking a look at the Sirus True 5.1 surround sound gaming headset from CM Storm, the gaming peripheral arm of Cooler Master. The Sirus is the first headset produced by CM Storm and given the quality of the previous products we have seen from them has a lot to live up to.
by Stuart Kerley | 26th October 2011
Today we'll be taking a look at the Isurus In-Ear gaming headset, a product that offers a very different option from the usual over ear gaming headsets. Let's see if Isurus stands up to the high quality we have come to expect from Tt eSports.
by Stuart Kerley | 6th September 2011
The AX120 is Tritton's entry level model for gaming audio and features support for the Xbox 360, iPhone and PC. Let's see if the AX120 lives up to the high standards we've come to expect from Tritton and other companies under the Mad Catz banner.
by Stuart Davidson | 1st August 2011
Recently ASUS and their Republic of Gamers brand announced the Vulcan ANC headset, a high end gamer product which is designed to offer great features, build quality and design. Included in this is active noise cancelling technology which will appeal to those who game, or listen to multimedia, in a noisy environment. Today we have the Vulcan ANC attached to our system as we find out whether it can compete with headsets sold by manufacturers such as Razer and SteelSeries.
by Stuart Kerley | 11th July 2011
Now with a refreshed version of the Siberia V2 headset SteelSeries are expanding their range further to include PS3 compatibility on a product which also works with Xbox 360, PC and Mac. Could this be the best solution for those who game on multiple products? Let's find out.
by Stuart Davidson | 29th June 2011
Today we are taking a look at the latest in Creative's high quality Aurvana in-ear earphones range. The Aurvana In-Ear3 was created to offer studio quality performance with a unique design which we have not seen from earphones before.
by Stuart Kerley | 27th June 2011
Over the last month or so we have taken a look at a number of products from Raptor-Gaming's keyboard and mouse ranges. Those are not the only products they offer though, headsets are another and today we'll be looking at the H3, a stereo headset for PC gaming.
by Stuart Kerley | 20th June 2011
SteelSeries have a long track record of delivering quality products so we were very much looking forward to reviewing the new 7XB. Now almost seven months later and we finally have our hands on it.
by Stuart Davidson | 9th June 2011
It seems that these initial devices for platforms other than the PC have been a success for SteelSeries as we are now starting to see multiple products receive a refresh for alternate compatibility. The latest to hit the market is the revised version of the 7H headset, this time giving us full compatibility with iPod, iPad and iPhone as well as an improved experience with other portable devices.
by Stuart Davidson | 19th May 2011
Today we have a chance to look at the stereo Chimaera's big brother, the full 5.1 surround sound model and find out if the addition of Dolby technology has taken the Chimaera from excellent gaming headset to a high end high definition media peripheral.
by Stuart Kerley | 10th May 2011
Sharkoon are a German company founded in 2002 that specialise in PC component parts and peripherals. Today we'll be taking a look at one of their newer products, the X-Tatic SP, a stereo headset designed for gaming across multiple platforms, XBOX, PS3 or PC.
by Stuart Davidson | 28th April 2011
Under the Tritton brand Mad Catz have a number of headsets which are designed to excel at their various price points. At the top of the range is the AX Pro 5.1, a true 5.1 headset which has features such as optical in and compatibility with PS3 and XBOX 360 as well as PC. Today we run the AX Pro through a selection of tests to find out if it is as impressive in the headset market as the R.A.T. 9 was for mice.
by Stuart Kerley | 11th April 2011
Aimed squarely at the gaming market with striking looks, swappable ear pads and easy fold away design the Shock One offers some impressive specifications and 5.1CH virtual surround sound. Let's see if it can compete with the best...
by Stuart Davidson | 25th March 2011
Today we have their recently announced Kulo gaming headset connected to our test system. Can this product with a compact, lightweight on-ear design continue the trend of high quality devices from Roccat? Let's find out.
by Craig Humphreys | 15th March 2011
We have looked at the high end SP2500 model previously and today we follow that up with a detailed evaluation of the mid-range SP2200 2.1 desktop speaker system. Rated for a constant 46 Watts RMS, featuring a compact subwoofer and priced at a level that is sure to draw in consumers it should make for a very interesting product.
by Stuart Davidson | 5th March 2011
In the run up to CeBIT 2011 Razer announced the Chimaera wireless gaming headset, their second console product (which is also PC compatible) and today on our test bench we have one of the first samples to evaluate.
by Stuart Kerley | 4th February 2011
In a similar way that SteelSeries adapted their existing technology to make it XBOX compatible they have recently revised the Siberia to make a neckband headset which is Apple device compatible. Today we have that new product on our test bench to find out whether it is an ideal upgrade for iPod, iPhone and iPad users who want a little extra from their audio device.
by Stuart Kerley | 10th January 2011
The main enhancement which the PC 333D G4ME brings to the table is the inclusion of a USB sound card featuring 7.1 sound and Dolby headphone technology. So, will the PC 333D live up to the high standards we've come to expect from Sennheiser?
by Stuart Davidson | 5th January 2011
Since the release of the HS1 we have seen Corsair return to their roots with the release of a new DDR3 brand, Vengeance, while working away in the background on a selection of audio products. The first of those new audio products launches today in the form of the SP2500, a 2.1 desktop speaker system. Read on to find out if Corsair has managed to translate their success in the headset market to a desktop speaker set.
by Stuart Davidson | 22nd December 2010
Today on our test bench we have the Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD, the latest high end soundcard from Creative which sets out to be the best audio card available for consumers. Aimed at audiophiles and featuring top of the range components with specifications such as the best signal to noise ratio Creative has ever achieved we will find out if this is the must have sound card of the moment.
by Stuart Kerley | 24th November 2010
Today we'll be putting the Spectrum 5XB through its paces and seeing if it up holds the usual high standard we have come to expect from SteelSeries equipment and whether it is an ideal solution for XBOX 360 owners.
by Stuart Davidson | 12th October 2010
There is one significant headset which we haven't yet tested... and should have long before now. That product is Razer's Carcharias which is still their high end gaming product and today we have one plugged into our test system to see how it performs in an ever evolving marketplace.
by Stuart Davidson | 24th September 2010
So, if anyone had asked us a year ago "what is the next area that Corsair would branch out into?" we can say with absolute certainty that our response would not have been audio. Some sort of peripheral, a mouse or keyboard maybe but audio... not a chance. It was therefore with a certain amount of surprise that we saw Corsair soft launch the HS1 gaming headset a few weeks back.
by Stuart Davidson | 25th August 2010
SteelSeries are not a company who stand still and even back in March when we attended CeBIT they were starting to show their next model to select members of the press. From our brief demo of the headset that day we were impressed and couldn't wait for our chance to properly use the product. That day is now here and on our test bench is the SteelSeries 7H headset and virtual 7.1 USB soundcard.
by Stuart Davidson | 21st July 2010
Since being founded in 1946 Sennheiser have built a fantastic reputation as producers of high quality audio products. This is true of their entire product range with even the lower cost offerings giving strong performance when compared to competitors models.
by Stuart Davidson | 28th June 2010
Today we have a retail sample of Psyko's 5.1 Gaming Headset connected to our test system. We will be putting it through a number of real world tests to find out if all the fuss is justified and whether this unique approach to true 5.1 audio is a success.
by Stuart Davidson | 10th May 2010
Creative's core products have continued to be audio related, whether it be portable media players, soundcards or headphone and recently they released some World of Warcraft branded headsets. Today we have the wireless model on our test bench, join us as we find out what effect it has on our gaming experience.
by Stuart Davidson | 30th April 2010
In recent times Sennheiser have been producing headsets designed for enthusiast and pro gamers and their PC 350 headset is regarded as one of the best products for that market. Recently they launched the latest model in their gaming range, the PC 360 G4ME and today we have a sample on our test bench.
by Henry Butt | 28th April 2010
Today we are going to look at the Asus Cine5 a compact unit which ASUS say is the smallest 5 channel speaker in the world. Asus claim that it produces true cinematic surround sound which is quite a formidable claim for such a small speaker.
by Henry Butt | 23rd March 2010
Today we are going to look at two pairs of earphones from Arctic Cooling's latest range; the Arctic Sound E361-WM and E352. They are both of the noise-isolating earbud variety and offer slightly different approaches in terms of features and specifications.
by Henry Butt | 27th November 2009
Today we are going to look at the ROCCAT Kave gaming headset which features real surround sound with three speakers in each earpiece. It also has an inline control which allows you to adjust volume settings for each channel in-game.
by Henry Butt | 19th November 2009
Today we are going to look at the Sharkoon X-Tatic Digital Surround Sound Headset. Aside from being compatible with all PCs which feature multi-channel audio, it is fully compatible with both PS3 and XBOX.
by Henry Butt | 16th November 2009
Today we are going to look at the Logitech G35 gaming headset which boasts Dolby Headphone 7.1 technology, promising to create the ultimate gaming experience. It also features on-ear controls with three user-programmable buttons for added convenience.
by Aaron | 11th November 2009
Today we are going to look at the ROCCAT Vire gaming headset which is optimized for mobile gaming, although still compatible with any PC, and similar to the Razer Moray+ headset we recently reviewed.
by Henry Butt | 28th October 2009
Today we are going to look at the SteelSeries Siberia in-ear headphones which are designed for use with most portable audio devices. They are in fact one of the only products from SteelSeries that arent specifically designed for gaming although they are also available with a separate microphone if youre looking for a portable gaming headset.'
by Henry Butt | 20th October 2009
Today we are going to look at the SteelSeries latest full-size gaming headset, the Siberia V2. This is essentially a refresh of the popular Siberia headset which has proved to be one of the best gaming headsets around for a very decent price.
by Henry Butt | 7th October 2009
Today we are going to look at the latest Moray+ earphones from Razer which have been designed to be completely compatible with both the Sony PSP and Nintendo DSi, whilst also being appropriate for PC gaming and MP3 players.
by Stuart Davidson | 29th September 2009
Today we have two cards from either end of the price spectrum on our test bench to find out what each has to offer. For those who feel their onboard sound is has issues, or anyone with high quality headphones/speakers this article should assist in finding the ideal purchase.
by Stuart Davidson | 3rd September 2009
Today were going to be looking at a product from Razers high end selection, the £ 120 Razer Megalodon 7.1 surround sound headset. This headset has an on-board audio processor with Razers Maelstrom sound engine which claims to provide immersive surround sound from just two drivers.
by Danny Moorhead | 25th August 2009
Today, we have a personal media player with a difference on review, the S9 from Cowon, the US division of Cowon Systems Inc. of Korea, founded in 1995 and headquartered in Seoul.Â The company manufactures digital devices while providing digital content and solutions, highly aware that the devices, content and uses are dependent upon one another to work well.
by Stuart Davidson | 24th May 2009
With quotes from award winning producers on their marketing material and a list of clients that include Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, Les Paul and Justin Timberlake; can the Atrio live up to their potential?
by Stuart Davidson | 12th May 2009
This is the top model in their Professional Portable range and is surprisingly configurable so today we find out if these are useless gimmicks which detract from the sound quality or if the whole package combines to create some of the best headphones ever.
by Nathan Marks | 5th May 2009
In the audio arena Sennheiser are one of the most well known brands serving professionals and businesses as well as the everyday consumer. Sitting amongst their huge line of products is a range of professional gaming headsets and today we are going to look at their top of the line model, the PC-350s.
by Zardon | 6th March 2009
Today we will take a look at a set of In ear headphones which have been receiving critical acclaim since they were released. Are these rather expensive phones set to redefine expectations of in ear entertainment?
by Stuart Davidson | 20th October 2008
The Razer Mako 2.1 Advanced Desktop Audio System was co-developed by the audio scientists at THX with input from Razer.Â Over the last couple of months we have run the Mako system through a barrage of tests in real world use and today we will let you know if this system lives up to the quality associated with its creators.
by Stuart Davidson | 15th May 2008
Here at Driver Heaven we use quite a lot of Razer hardware both on our work PCs and test systems. The hardware ranges from mice to headphones and the majority of the components are very good, the DeathAdder mouse has yet to be beaten as far as we are concerned.
by WhO_KnOwS | 9th November 2007
CPU's and graphics cards are always prime candidates for discussion when building an enthusiast system. Rarely does anyone give soundcards a thought, even though aural pleasure should be as much a requirement as the ultimate eye candy.
In the last few years things have been pretty stale with Creative having a clear lead due to their Soundblaster Live! and Audigy cards. It was only recently that things got interesting again, with Creative’s new X-Fi line bringing new cards to the table, as well as several other companies’ proprietary solutions. Today we’ll be looking at Auzen’s take on an X-Fi soundcard and a 7.1 channel soundcard from ASUS which places special emphasis on Dolby and DTS support.
by Stuart Davidson | 25th October 2007
It seems everyone in the technology industry is branching out into new areas nowadays; in fact it is hard to think of one major company who specialises in a single product type. Zalman have been known for some time now as specialists in PC cooling but have more recently been releasing PSU’s and cases. Some of you might not know they also are delving into headsets and today we will be looking at two of these products. The first is a USB 5.1 headset which does not require a 5.1 soundcard in the PC, or a soundcard in the system at all for that matter. Secondly we have a stereo headset which is aimed at MP3 player owners who need that little extra bit of quality over the bundled earphones.
by Stuart Davidson | 27th August 2007
Unless in a noise critical workplace every PC needs a set of speakers and really the only decision to be made is whether the system needs 5.1 or 2.1 sound. Chances are many people will not have the space for a 5.1 system so this really makes the choice easy.
Altec Lansing have been making audio products since the 1920’s and have developed quite a reputation for producing great sounding hardware for the home, car and in recent years PCs. For everyone’s budget they have a product which suits and the same goes for specification. Let’s see what they offer for the 2.1 audio market.
by Stuart Davidson | 15th February 2007
Razer are based in San Diego California and have a long history of producing fantastic gaming mice such as the Razer Boomslang, which was a revolutionary product when it was released.
In the years since then Razer have been producing mice which are more than a match for their competitors and the latest in the range is the DeathAdder, their first to feature a 3rd Generation optical lens. Razer don't just make mice however and in recent times they have branched out into audio products, one of which we have been able to get our hands on. The Barracuda headset features true 5.1 capability and (more than a few) impressive specifications. Let us see how the DeathAdder and Barracuda impact our PC experience...
by Stuart Davidson | 7th January 2007
Today’s review product comes from Auzentech a company who have been making a name for themselves in the PC home theatre market with the release of the World's first Dolby Digital Live Sound card (the X-MYSTIQUE 7.1 Gold) and the World's first DTS Connect Sound Card (the X-PLOSION 7.1 DTS Connect). The X-MERIDIAN 7.1 is aimed to directly compete with the Creative X-Fi in both the PC home theatre and gaming markets and on paper it certainly is impressive with numerous Dolby Digital technologies mixed with the latest DTS modes and some excellent technical specifications, let’s take a closer look at the card...
by dj_stick | 19th October 2006
For those reading this who know a little about the professional side of audio equipment, you’d almost be sure to have heard of Behringer already, but for those that haven’t, Behringer is a company that focuses on manufacturing professional audio equipment at the lowest price possible.
Up until recently Behringer have been focusing manufacturing Live and Studio sound equipment. However, they have started to move towards the computer music section of the market. This is where the subject of this review comes in.
by Stuart Davidson | 22nd July 2006
When thinking of popular portable music players the first name that comes to mind is of course Apple and the IPOD, closely followed by Sony and Creative. All have a huge customer base of satisfied users who swear by their devices however it is fair to say that devices from the above manufacturers are not for everyone. Personally I'd never buy an iPod because I don't like being tied to iTunes. Sony has its own software/format also. There are a plethora of other portable media players out there and if the major brands don't appeal to you for whatever reason where does a consumer start to look? Well, it would seem that some of the more unlikely sources can be the most interesting. Today we're looking at Super Talents portable player. Super Talent greatly impressed us a few months ago with their DDR2 PC6400 memory, let's see if the 2Gb media player can do the same.
by dj_stick | 13th August 2005
Although this MP3 player isn’t exactly new on the market, I will be able to investigate and comment on newer features added to it via firmware updates since the initial release.
The H340 Model I am reviewing is the international one. The US model differs slightly as it supports syncing with Windows Media Player to support DRM, and lacks the USB host function that the international model has. The list of bundled accessories may differ also.
by Stuart Davidson | 5th March 2005
If you’ve been using PCs for any length of time then you’ll more than likely have used a creative soundcard at some point. You’ll also more than likely have been incredibly happy with its performance, I know I’ve never had any major issues with the creative products I’ve purchased. More and more recently external soundcards have become available on the market making a sound card upgrade easy, even for a novice or allowing you to expand your laptop listening experience…its one of these cards that we have in for review today. The Creative Soundblaster Live 24bit USB…and of course if you have a 5.1 surround sound capable card you need speakers worthy of the experience so we have paired it up with a set of Creative T5900 5.1 speakers.
by Stuart Davidson | 5th March 2005
If you’ve been using PC's for any length of time then you’ll more than likely have used a creative soundcard at some point. You’ll also more than likely have been incredibly happy with its performance, I know I’ve never had any major issues with the creative products I’ve purchased. More and more recently external soundcards have become available on the market making a sound card upgrade easy, even for a novice or allowing you to expand your laptop listening experience…its one of these cards that we have in for review today. The Creative Soundblaster Live 24bit USB…and of course if you have a 5.1 surround sound capable card you need speakers worthy of the experience so we have paired it up with a set of Creative T5900 5.1 speakers.
by Stuart Davidson | 27th September 2004
The unit is a multi function device which is capable of being a USB hard drive, voice recorder, MP3 player and SD/MMC reader. Not bad for the $89.99.
by Stuart Davidson | 2nd July 2004
Today we have one of Terratecs top of the range sound products in for review, the feature packed Aureon 7.1 Universe.
by Tastyweat | 3rd June 2004
Altec Lansing are well renowned for producing high quality, aesthetically pleasing speaker sets and the Concert Stage 21 package does not let them down in any aspect. They are well designed, not only to look the part, but also to give crisp audio performance.
by Chaos | 2nd March 2004
Today we are going to have a look at Zalmans 5.1 surround sound Headphones. Zalman are well known for their line of CPU and GPU cooling solutions, as well as a decent silent line of power supplies. It should be interesting to see how well they fare on the audio side of things.
by Stuart Davidson | 2nd December 2003
Gainward have long been known as a manufacturer of quality graphics cards as with any industry it is wise to branch out into other related areas and today we have one of Gainwards first attempts at a non graphics component.