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Antec Soundscience Rockus 3D 2.1 Review

The Rockus 3D speakers offer high-fidelity audio playback, along with 3D audio for virtual surround sound.
May 4th, 2011

Corsair SP2200 2.1 Speaker System Review

The SP2200 is designed for gamers and media enthusiasts. It aims to deliver big gaming sound that doesn't use up a lot of space.
March 29th, 2011

Choiix BoomBoom Slim Travel Speaker Review

Will Choiix impress again with this very thin travel speaker? Can it deliver decent sound quality?
August 2nd, 2010

Altec Lansing Stage-Gig Review

Music game fans could be interested in the latest offering from Altec Lansing. Packing a 6.5" mid-bass driver and a 1" tweeter, the Stage-Gig is positioned to boost up any gamers experience with vibrant sound.
December 17th, 2009

Altec Lansing Expressionist Ultra Review

The Expressionist Ultra series are Altec Lansing's latest in their enthusiast line-up of speakers. Packing a unique design and a powerful amp, we will see how well the E.U's hold up in our tests.
December 16th, 2009

be.ez LArobe 8.9" Netbook Case Review

Portability has taken computing to new heights, case design has also played catch up. be.ez brings their new line-up to the mix. We take a look at the LArobe and see how the construction stacks up.
October 30th, 2009

Gigabyte GA-EP45-DQ6 Review & Overclocking

We take a look at Gigabyte's premium P45 offering - does it have what it takes to capture enthusiast's hearts?
August 14th, 2008

AMD 790GX Launched

A new IGP chipset from AMD
August 8th, 2008

MSI P45 Platinum Review & Overclocking

Today we take a look at MSI's P45 Platinum, and see how far we can tweak it.
July 21st, 2008

Asus Eee PC 901 Review

We look at Asus' 8.9" Atom based sub-notebook.
July 4th, 2008

Gigabyte GA-MA790FX-DS5 Review & Overclocking

We take a close look at Gigabyte's AMD 790FX based motherboard.
July 1st, 2008

Turtle Beach Earforce D2 Review

With a market flooded with accessories already, is there really any room left for Turtle Beach to get in for gaming? We'll take a look at the D2 unit and see how well their offering stands up in the market.
November 23rd, 2007

Turtle Beach Earforce W3 Review

Console gaming accessories get another update as the Earforce W3s enter the marketplace delivering wireless audio to the masses for the Nintendo Wii.
November 22nd, 2007

Turtle Beach Ear Force AK-R8 Review

The realm of surround sound gaming is still expanding, every company wants a piece of the action, be it through dedicated solutions or dedicated surround headset technology. In this case Turtle Beach goes the way of the Headphone with the latest in the AK-R8 series.
August 23rd, 2007

Logitech X-530 Review

VeGiTAX2 goes head to head with the Logitech X-530 surround sound system. With an affordable entry price the X-530 seems to be the answer to value oriented computer owners wishes.
October 4th, 2004

Altec Lansing AHS-602 Review

VeGiTAX2 reviews the Altec Lansing AHS-602 headset w/ microphone this time around. The headset features noise reduction on the headphones and on the microphone, also Altec takes a step further by introducing SRS 3D sound into the mix. How well will it all tie in though? Read on to find out.
September 19th, 2004

Altec Lansing MX5021 Review

The MX5021 is a new chapter for the company. Will it open up a door to welcome back the enthusiasts once again? With a redesigned speaker setup using dual polypropylene midrange drivers and a polypropylene subwoofer the system takes a step up alongside the current top dogs in the market, will it all be enough though? Read on to see how well the MX5021 does in the testing.
April 28th, 2004

Altec Lansing VS4121 Review

Finding the most for your money in speakers is always a tough choice. Speakers claim extremely high levels of wattage and seem to deliver only fractions of what they state and worse by the time that people realize it. The speakers are most likely quite damaged. Other famous items are poor drivers chosen for the speakers resulting in muffled sounds or poor high frequency response due to dependence on the midrange to handle all of the sounds. The VS4121 features quite a few drivers and the classic long-throw 6.5" sub with it to take on this issue.
October 2nd, 2003

Newbie's Multimedia Speaker System Buyer's Guide

Multimedia speakers have come a long way. Today's offerings are considerably closer to midrange sound systems than they ever have been and the trend will only continue in that direction. Digital music, convergence and the Internet have all but guaranteed that the PC will become a general purpose multimedia device where once it was first used to do work and then to play games.
May 22nd, 2002

AOpen MS-900 5.1 Speakers Review

Still have a pair of $20 speakers cranking out your games, MP3s and -- dare I ask -- DVD movies? It’s easy to see why, though; for most, speakers are probably the least regarded component in a complete PC system.
April 16th, 2002

Polk AMR130 5.1 Speaker Review

The AMR130 uses 4 identical satellites for each of the front and rear left-right speakers. In theory this allows for an even sound field for movies, however we really liked how the AMR150’s multi-driver front satellites allowed for its increased musicality.
March 13th, 2002

Altec Lansing ATP 5 Review

Altec Lansing has been one of the original multimedia speaker giants, around since almost the dawn of the multimedia speaker age. Throughout their existence, they have come to be trusted by many casual audio enthusiasts and gamers alike. Not so long ago, they introduced their ATP3 set of speakers, a stereo speaker set featuring a unique design flare. Today, we take a look at the ATP4, the 4.1 surround version of the very same series.
July 31st, 2001

Sonigistix Monsoon MM 2000 Review

With the popularity and success of their other speakers – the only truly high quality Flat Panel multimedia speakers on the market, it was only a matter of time before Monsoon released a surround sound flat panel speaker system. Consumer interest was quick when the company announced the MM2000, a surround system featuring 4 flat satellites utilizing Monsoons Planar Focus Technology.
June 22nd, 2001

Polk AMR 150 Review

Last time we took a look at the Polk AMR90 and found it to be an able budget 4.1 set that fell somewhat short of expectations with muffled upper end performance. Now Polk Audio, ever the perfectionists, have released their latest 4.1 speakers, the AMR150, which promises to deliver all the goods at the still comfy price of $149.99.
March 1st, 2001

Polk AMR90 Review

I’m somewhat of a fiend when it comes to speakers. I see a pair that looks interesting or that has attracted some buzz, and I want to test them out myself. A while ago Polk Audio introduced their first multimedia speaker systems, and these were really good looking systems that I wanted to try straight away. Well I never got a chance to try those speakers first hand, though now I have the chance to try one of the newest additions to Polk Audio’s lineup. The AMR90 is a brand new 4.1 surround system that costs just a hair above $100.
January 17th, 2001