Eagle Arion ET-AR504LR-BK 2.1 Soundstage Speakers
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It doesn't require a music-prodigy to appreciate good music on a nice set of speakers. But how can the average Joe distinguish a nice set of speakers from manufactured junk? Does the presence of a subwoofer, multiple speakers or a list of features guarantee a set will be high quality? Or can you be assured good performance by sticking to name-brands? At Benchmark Reviews we reviewed the Eagle Arion ET-AR504LR-BK 2.1 Soundstage Speakers using some objective, repeatable tests. These tests helped screen the important factors from the insignificant.

Eagle Arion ET-AR504LR-BK 2.1 Soundstage Speakers

 
Cyber Acoustics AC-401 Gaming Headset
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As we spend more time communicating through electronic means it's not surprising to see an increase of gadgets designed to improve the experience. When it comes to audio, most of the attention in consumer devices gets spent on the listening experience. 5.1 surround sound has become a standard, but what average user even has the capability to record in stereo? Yet the quantity of audio content produced by average users should not be ignored. Online videos, music, conferencing, chatting and gaming are on the rise. Cyber Acoustics is one company that has recognized a need for improved audio quality produced by the average user. The Cyber Acoustics AC-401 Circumaural Speech Recognition Stereo Headset uses 'Direct Noise Canceling Technology' to reduce background noise so you can be heard loud and clear. Here at Benchmark Reviews we bring out the scale to see how this headset weighs-in.

Cyber Acoustics AC-401 Headset Review

 
ASUS Xonar HDAV1.3 Slim Sound Card
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You don't have to be an audiophile to appreciate the enhanced surround sound effects from Dolby TrueHD or DTS-HD Master Audio found on most Blu-ray Disc movie discs over the standard Dolby Digital or DTS formats found on standard DVD movie discs. The lossless audio compression formats and/or the two extra channels of sound output really adds a significant amount of realism to the whole movie watching experience. The problem is most HTPC owners don't have the ability to experience these enhanced formats due to a lack of sound cards on the market that can support these formats. Benchmarkreviews has the ASUS Xonar HDAV 1.3 Slim sound card that does just that. Benchmark Reviews have put it through a series of tests and have determined whether HTPC owners can rejoice or not.

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HT Omega Claro Plus+ AD8620BR Op Amp Sound Card
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HT Omega, Inc. was one of the first companies to offer authentic high-fidelity sound at a true 24-bit level of performance in their Original Claro sound card. Now revised, a new AD8620BR Op Amp from Analog Devices has joined the world class Oxygen 8788 based audio processor in the Claro Plus+. Like the Claro, the new Plus+ model supports EAX 1.0 & 2.0, A3D 1.0 and DirectSound, but also adds Dolby Pro Logic IIx, Dolby Headphone, and a precision Base Management system. Benchmark Reviews has been fortunate enough to compare the HT Omega Claro Plus+ 24-bit/192KHz 8-channel high definition sound against the entire C-Media CMI8788 family of audio products in this review.

HT Omega Claro Plus+ HD AD8620BR Op Amp Oxygen Audio Processor High Definition Sound Card Review

 
HT Omega Claro 7.1 24-bit 192KHz HD Sound Card
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HT Omega, Inc. is among the first companies to offer authentic high-fidelity sound at a true 24-bit level of performance. The world class Oxygen 8788 based audio processor by C-Media supports most all industry standards for 3D computer sound; including EAX 1.0 & 2.0, A3D 1.0 and DirectSound. Other very large companies abused consumer trust and have made claims to having this level of sound, only to wind up in court disputes or offer subsequent products that boast 24-bit processing but haplessly renders at 16-bit. Benchmark Reviews investigates the HT OMEGA CLARO 24-bit/192KHz 8-channel high definition sound card.

HT OMEGA CLARO 7.1 Channel 24-bit 192KHz PCI Sound Card
 
Bgears b-Enspirer 7.1 Channel 24-Bit Sound Card
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Did you hear that? In most cases, you probably didn’t. This is because most computers being used today provide audio through integrated low-quality sound, or in some small numbers the computer may have a dedicated audio controller based sound card. Bluegears is among the first companies to offer high-fidelity sound at a true 24-bit level of performance. Their world class Oxygen 8788 based audio processor by C-Media supports most all industry standards for 3D computer sound; including EAX 1.0 & 2.0, A3D 1.0 and DirectSound. Other very large companies abused consumer trust and have made claims to having this level of sound, only to wind up in court disputes or offer subsequent products that boast 24-bit processing but haplessly renders at 16-bit. Bgears releases the real deal: the 24-bit/192KHz 8-channel b-Enspirer sound card.

Bgears b-Enspirer 7.1 Channel 24-Bit Sound Card
 
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