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ProClockers has a growing library of audio hardware reviews covering the latest in computer audio hardware, computer audio accessories, and mobile audio accessories. Whether you are looking for information on a new gaming headset, a new sound card, or a newly released set of bluetooth speakers for your mobile phone, our experienced review team has you covered.

Posted by Mike Holsapple
on Monday, September 2, 2019 - 8:00am
EarFun Go Portable Waterproof Bluetooth Speaker

Whether you’re in your kitchen, cooking breakfast and having a dance party with your toddler, tailgating at your favorite sporting event, or sitting around the campfire with your closest friends, sometimes music really makes the situation better. Most of the time our cell phone speakers just will not cut it. What happens when you’re faced with a nice campfire with friends and then, out of nowhere, a storm comes rolling through, getting everything wet. Most cellphones are not water-resistant or waterproof. The Earfun Go Bluetooth speaker is the best of both worlds. With its compact design and IPX7 waterproof, this will be you’re most used accessory with your social gatherings or at home breaking out into a dance party with your children.

Posted by James Keir
on Thursday, June 27, 2019 - 8:00am
Corsair HS35

Building a new computer is an exciting time, but it can also be quite expensive. After purchasing all your components for your PC such as motherboard, CPU, GPU, and RAM, you may realize you might have overlooked some key peripherals such as a set of headphones. With all your money spent on core components, you may be a little low on funds and that’s where Corsair new budget gamer HS35 stereo headphones come in. At an affordable MSRP of only $39.99, it won’t break the bank and comes equipped with great features such as comfortable mesh and memory foam ear cup, 50mm audio driers and on-ear controls. Now the question that needs asking is can headphones be both affordable and sound great? Let’s dive in and find out.

Posted by Mike Holsapple
on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 - 8:00am
Tt eSPORTS Pulse G100 RGB Headset

A nice headset is a staple to a good build. Whether you have a sleeping baby in the room next to you, or the late-night gaming sessions; you might not always want the sound coming from the speakers. If you’re in a situation in a game where you need to hear footsteps, the best audio in that situation would be a nice gaming headset that is crisp and clear.  The Tt eSPORTS Pulse G100 RGB headset might be the next headset you pick up. With its 53mm neodymium driver with superior sound quality, 3D RGB color illumination, adjustable leatherette headband design with soft cushioned support, and built-in physical controls for easy access to volume, microphone, and lighting controls, this headset has it all. At the MSRP of $39.99 why not pick one up for yourself.

Posted by James Keir
on Monday, December 17, 2018 - 8:00am
Cooler Master MH703

When listening to music or gaming on the PC, not everyone likes a set of over the ear headphones. Some people prefer earbuds for their portability, size and light weight but that usually comes at the expense of sound quality. Cooler Master hopes to change that with their new line of earbuds: the MH703. The MH703 features 10mm Neodymium drivers to provide hi-fi sound and comes with a various selection of ear tips to ensure a perfect fit. They also use a standard 3.5mm audio jack so they can be used with your PC, gaming console, or mobile device. Even with these features, the MH703 comes in at an affordable MSRP of $29.99.

Posted by Damon Bailey
on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 - 8:00am
Creative Sound Blaster K3+

Streaming and content creation, in general, has really grown in popularity over the last few years. Whether its YouTube, Twitch or even Facebook Live. With how large the online community has really gotten; the world has never seemed smaller. But how can you set yourself apart from the millions of people doing the same thing you’re trying to do? One key way is audio. You can have the best quality, 4k content, but if you have bad audio quality, no one will watch your videos aside from your friends. Many people simply use the mic on their when cam or maybe upgrade to a USB mic like a Blue Snowball or Yeti. However, if you really want to get the best audio quality, you really want to use an XLR mic with an audio interface.

Posted by James Keir
on Friday, November 30, 2018 - 8:00am
Tronsmart Element Blaze

When spending time in front of a campfire or outside having a picnic, sometimes it’s nice to play a little music in the background. With the increased capacity of mobile devices, it’s extremely easy to store your entire music collection, but you are either stuck using a headset or using included subpar speakers when listening to it. This is where Tronsmart’s Element Blaze Portable speaker comes in. It is able to connect to your phone via Bluetooth and provide you with great sounds in a small footprint. With the Element Blaze’s 12 hours battery life and the fact that it is IPX56 water resistant, there’s very little places this speaker can’t go and should be ideal for any excursion you are planning.

Posted by James Keir
on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 - 8:01am
Cooler Master MH752

When shopping for a new headset, there are 2 important factors that come to mind: comfort and sound quality. Those 2 points are Cooler Master’s primary focus with its new headset: the MH752.  The MH752 promises unprecedented comfort due to its light weight frame and high-density form. Not only is the MH752 comfortable, the headset looks great with its minimalistic design which is perfect for both work and home. One other standout feature is that it’s multi-platform compatible and can be used on your PC, console or your portable music player. With an MSRP of $99.99, Cooler Master’s MH752 just might be your all-purpose headset.

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