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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.

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on Tuesday, July 3, 2012 - 8:00am

Cooler Master SonuzAre you the causal gamer? You know the one that may get online once in a while to frag and blow up the enemy. Because of your gaming status you don’t want to pay an arm and a leg for a gaming headset. But you don’t want junk. You feel that you really don’t need all the fancy features that come with the more expensive ones? Well, Cooler Master has an answer you and it comes in the form of the Sonuz. They are only $69.99. But what do you get for such a low price? Let us find out.

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on Thursday, April 5, 2012 - 2:18am

ASUS Vulcan ANCThat one set of head phones would be the Vulcan ANC, the ANC standing for Active Noise Canceling. The Vulcan head set like many sets on the market want to give the purchaser great noise quality and comfort which is hard to find sometimes. We will be taking a look at the Vulcan and revealing just what we think of them. Are they only good for gaming or can you enjoy them listening to your favorite genre of music? We will find out shortly.

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on Monday, February 13, 2012 - 7:45pm

If you've decided it is due time to finally time to do away with the onboard audio on your mobile computer, wanting something that makes your music collection worth listening to, then you can turn to ASUS for that as well. The Xonar U3 is a compact USB sound card, not much bigger than a flash drive. The goal is to provide a product for the person who is constantly on the go, loves to listen to their music, but isn't going to settle for the integrated solution any longer. So exactly how good can such a tiny device actually be, can it really deliver anything close to what a larger sibling Xonar can? We plan to answer that, so sit back and dive in!

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on Friday, January 27, 2012 - 8:00am

Thermaltake Tt eSport Shock SpinThermaltake is one of those companies that has ventured in the eSport business and did it in a major way. Tt eSports has more products in its ranks than most company’s entire catalog. We recently received a box contains three products from Tt eSports and we will be reviewing each in detail starting with the Shock Spin gaming headset.

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on Friday, September 9, 2011 - 10:37pm

ASUS have released a number of top quality sound cards the past few years under the Xonar line, catering to the Audiophiles as well with the Essence sub-models, having released the ST, STX and Xense versions. However, during CeBIT this year ASUS showed off an upcoming fourth Essence model dubbed "Essence One", which seemed to somewhat slip under the radar. Link, review snippet and a couple pics after the jump...

 

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on Tuesday, July 19, 2011 - 6:35am

Coolermaster SirusCM Storm showed off to a select few at CES in Las Vegas this past year, the Sirus 5.1 Surround Sound headset. CM is not only targeting the gaming enthusiast but the true audiophile. Consisting of front, rear, center and a sub the Sirus promises to make a splash in the audio category. But what makes the Sirus stand out besides its clear and precise sound but the Tactical Mixing Console. The Console allows the user the ability adjust the speakers and the sub individually.

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on Thursday, May 12, 2011 - 12:00am

Genius SW 2.1The last system we took a look at was from Eagletech. A nice little system that had decent sound quality at low to mid volume levels. Today, we will be taking a look at a set of speaker from a company that may not be as well known as Logitech or Creative but promises to offer sound quality just as good. The Genius SW-G2.1 1250 is a four piece system that comes with two satellites, woof and controller station.

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