In response to quite a lot of feedback on our original article entitled "The forgotten component - What's up with computer audio?" since its birth, it's been brought to our attention that not everything... Read the article.
Last month during QuakeCon it became clearly apparent that computer audio has become somewhat of a forgotten component in the computer industry when talking to gamers and listening to companies at the... Read the article.
Creative Labs has dominated the PC sound card market for as long as we can remember. Probably the most feature-packed SoundBlaster was the original Audigy sound card, bringing a ground-breaking amount... Read the review.
Altec Lansing has been at the forefront of personal computing speaker systems for many years now. Today Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot has posted an Altec Lansing-only speaker roundup for May 2002. The roundup... Read the article.
Sound Blaster. The name is synonymous with what is considered an industry standard for audio playback on the PC. Join Cameron "Mr. Tweak" Wilmot as he takes a look at the newest Creative sound solution... Read the review.
With all their success in the audio market, Hercules has recently decided to introduce their new range of speakers. These were named the XPS510, XPS210 and XPS200, with XPS standing for eXtended Personal... Read the review.
For those looking for a Personal Digital Audio (PDA) device, you may have seen the price tags and been scared off. But there is a new alternative available and Sov has taken a look at it to help you decide... Read the review.