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By now our regular readers are well familiar with the brand LUXA2. For those of you who are not LUXA2 is Thermaltake's mobile acessory/audio division. We've covered their products in teh past including headphones, power banks, wireless chargers and more. Well today is no different as we're bringing you a full review on their Lavi O wireless bluetooth in-ear headset. Let's dive straight into it now!
Over the years, I have spent more money on audio accessories for my gaming setup than I have processors for said setups. This is a testament to how much value I place on high-quality audio when gaming, working, or just surfing the web. It’s no secret that a headset with a very dynamic audio profile will not only make gaming more enjoyable, but will actually improve gameplay in genres like first-person shooters. This is because in FPS gaming, hearing what side the gunshot came from, or being able to hear an opponent's footsteps when PvPing gives you an advantage in finding your enemy. In this review I am going to be taking an in-depth look at Patriot Memory’s new Viper V360 7.1 Virtual Surround Headset.
PC setups doesn't really have the best audio quality compared to what's available out there today. Even more true with notebooks and macbooks. Although motherboard manufacturers try to improve audio quality with better audio processors each year, it is simply incomparable to the audio quality of dedicated audiophile-grade hardware. You might know Silverstone for their quality PC cases like their popular RAVEN and Temjin series or their Strider series PSUs. Silverstone happens to be offering Audiophile-grade audio hardware for PCs as well with their Ensemble series. Today we will be looking at the Silverstone EB01-E Digital Analog Converter and the EB03 Headphone Amplifier.
Smartphones and iPhones naturally come with a headset which works but not really on the higher end of things when it comes to audio quality. Most of the time, end-users would purchase a different headset for better audio quality whether you use your phone for music or for communication. Either way, there are a lot of options out there and we would be looking at one from a brand named SoundMAGIC. Follow us today as we check out the SoundMAGIC E80S In-Ear Isolating Earphones with microphone.
Last week, we were very impressed with the iClever IC-BTH01 Bluetooth Sports Earphones. Will iClever continue to impress us with their 5W Portable Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker? Let's find that out today.
When you're listening to music or watching a movie and you don't want to be disturbed by outside sounds you need to get yourself a nice set of noise-cancelling headphones. Noise-cancelling headsets come in two varieties - passive and active. Our friends over at NoiseHush kindly sent us two of their latest active noise cancelling headsets to review - the i7 Aviator and the i9 BT Wireless. Both feature battery-powered active noise cancelling that's sure to enhance your audio experience. Are the $99.95 and $149.95 price tags worth it? Let's check them out now and find out.
Wireless connectivity comes with a lot of benefits. There are wireless speakers, wireless peripherals and so on that you can find available in the market today. Today we will be looking at a pair of wireless headphones from a brand named iClever. Let us check out their IC-BTH01 Bluetooth 4.0 Sports Headphones today.