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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 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.

Posted by James Keir
on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 - 8:00am
Cooler Master MH751

With the current RGB craze it’s easy to forget not every peripheral needs that RGB flair. Cooler Master has taken a different approach with the MH751 and decided to put all the focus on comfort, quality, minimalist yet sleek design and versatility. The MH751 offers premium comfort thanks to its light weight frame and high-density foam headband and ear cushion. This headset is extremely versatile and can be used on the PC, console or portable music player due to its 3.5mm jack. The MH751 is also very portable thanks to its fold flat design and detachable boom mic. Not only does the MH751 look outstanding, it also promises to provide great sound quality with its 40mm neodymium magnet driver. Even with all these features, the MH751 comes in at an affordable MSRP of $79.99.

Posted by Nathan Frost
on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 - 8:00am
iClever XFree Mini Bluetooth Wireless Noise-Cancelling Headphones

iClever has long been known as a manufacturer of chargers and other power related technology solutions. Recently, however, they have started making their way into more high-tech fields such as wireless headphones. Today we have the iClever XFree Mini magnetic Bluetooth headphones. These headphones sport many exciting and innovative features that we can’t wait to try out. Thanks for sending them over iClever!

Posted by Damon Bailey
on Monday, June 18, 2018 - 8:00am
ASUS ROG Strix Fusion 500 Headset

In the PC gaming world, you really only have two ways to get information from the PC to you; your eyes and your ears. Everyone wants a good gaming monitor and a powerful GPU, but the unsung hero of feedback is audio. Those audio cues tell you if an enemy is approaching if you’ve triggered an alarm, or even sets the mood for that area of a game. If you play anything multiplayer with your friends or squad, you’ll also need a microphone. With as important as audio is to your complete experience, so many people overlook it and ASUS wants to change that. With some of the best components on the market and unique features such as squad synchronized RGB lighting, ASUS has given the lowly headset the ROG flair.

Posted by Lance Carter
on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 - 8:00am

Gaming headsets are made by a number of companies these days with RGB in millions of colors, required USB ports, and desk-controlled settings. Where are all of the high quality, audio jack plug-in, non-powered headsets? Well, MSI must have heard the calling of the people. They have the Immerse GH60 Gaming Headset that only requires audio jacks to use their non-RGB headset to receive high-quality sound. So, we at Proclockers where giving the chance to inspect this unicorn of a headset. Let's check it out.  

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