Computer Video Reviews

Auzen X-Fi Forte 7.1 Low Profile Sound Card Video Review

Review #1,043 reviewed Thursday, August 13th, 2009 - 2 Comments

The Auzen X-Fi Forte 7.1 Low Profile Sound Card uses the latest Creative Labs components and technologies. It includes a creative X-Fi CA20K audio processor and X-RAM 64M bytes of DDR-SDRAM for audio processing. This sound card offers 7.1 channel Dolby Digital & DTS audio playback and key technologies include creative labs EAX 5 Advanced HD sound effects, X-Fi CMSS 3D, X-RAM and X-Fi Crystallizer. Small sound card but it's ginormous on performance! Watch the video to find out more...

Infrasonic BLOW5D Studio Monitor Speakers Video Review

Review #1,031 reviewed Thursday, August 13th, 2009 - 1 Comments

The Blow line are available in a few different models. There is the 4 series which are 55watts and the 5 series which are 90watts. Both have a D line as well. The 4D and 5D differ from the standard models and include a digital interface module as well. The Infrasonic BLOW5D is a shielded, powered near-field studio monitor speaker and features a two-way, bi-amplifier design to achieve high quality sound. Frequency response is broadened downward by a bass reflex system and broadened upward by a natural silk dome tweeter for delicate signal reproduction.

Auzen X-Fi Prelude 7.1 Sound Card Video Review

Review #1,012 reviewed Sunday, August 16th, 2009 - 0 Comments

Auzen X-Fi Prelude 7.1 Sound Card uses the latest Creative Labs components and technologies. It includes, a creative X-Fi CA20K audio processor, One AKM AK-5394 super high performance 96kHz 24-bit ADC for analog input, Four AKM AK-4396 96kHz 24-bit advanced multi-bit DAC for analog output, 64Mbytes of memory for audio processing, High fidelity audio OPAMPs for analog input and output (TI OPA2134) and Dual mode S/PDIF receiver and transmitter.

JamMate UFO USB Phantom Microphone Video Review

Review #1,005 reviewed Sunday, August 16th, 2009 - 2 Comments

If you ever tried to use a professional microphone on a computer you know how frustrating it is. That's because most regular sound cards are not equipped for most professional microphones A preamp and pro microphone is needed to make it work, or the JamMate UFO. The JamMate UFO USB Phantom Microphone is a unique product because the JamMate UFO is an "All-in-one" solution that includes both the "Audio Interface" and a "Phantom powered microphone." It essentially eliminates the need for a pro microphone and a preamp.

Infrasonic Amon USB 2.0 Audio Interface Video Review

Review #1,004 reviewed Sunday, August 16th, 2009 - 0 Comments

If you ever tried to use a professional microphone on a computer you know how frustrating it is. That's because most regular sound cards are not equipped for most professional mics. Why it doesn't work that well has to do with impedance matching. Pro mics don't mix well with a computer's 3.5mm audio mic jack. Usually the audio is so low they are useless unless you hold them right up to your mouth and scream. Even then clipping is a major issue. You need a preamp to make it work properly or a product like the Infrasonic Amon USB 2.0 Audio Interface. Watch the video to find out more...

Razer Piranha Headset Video Review

Review #904 reviewed Sunday, August 23rd, 2009 - 1 Comments

The Razer Piranha Headset has round soft ear cups which pivot and a fully adjustable padded headband. The microphone swings down and can be adjusted horizontally. Since this headset is made from durable materials it's designed to take LAN party abuse. The headphones have a frequency response of 18 to 20,000 Hz, an impedance of 32 Ohm and a sound pressure level of 114 dB. The microphone has a frequency response of 80 to 15,000 Hz, an impedance of 2000 Ohms, the pickup pattern is uni directional, and the sensitivity is 38dB. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.

eDimensional AudioFX Pro 5+1 Headset by BenHec Video Review

Review #883 reviewed Thursday, August 13th, 2009 - 1 Comments

This headset is based on the AudioFX headset released in 2004 by eDimensional, but it's been redesigned by Benjamin J Heckendom. Ben is a professional console modder, designer and author. He teamed up with eDimensional to overhaul their popular AudioFX headset. His goal was to offer a headset that would specifically appeal to gamers. The eDimensional AudioFX Pro 5+1 Headset by BenHeck offers great sound, excellent microphone, long cord with in-line controls and has force feedback technology. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.

SteelSeries SteelSound 3H & 4H Headsets Video Review

Review #765 reviewed Thursday, August 13th, 2009 - 0 Comments

Both the SteelSound 3H and 4H headsets offer great bang for the buck. The 3H headset is targeted at the budget market, but great if you need an inexpensive, small, foldable headset for a LAN party. The 4H has a little better sound quality, larger earcups, and is more comfortable, but it's not foldable like the 3H. Watch the Video to find out more...

Razer Tarantula Keyboard Video Review

Review #755 reviewed Friday, August 14th, 2009 - 2 Comments

here are very few true gaming keyboards on the market and many of these are not for the hardcore gamer. Serious gamers need a serious keyboard and the Razer Tarantula Keyboard definitely falls into this category. With great looks, a stylish design, great tactile response, interchangeable keys, programmable macro keys, over 100 profile keys, etc., this keyboard is sure to please. Watch the Video to find out more...

X-MICRO X-VDO MP4 F610 Player Video Review

Review #741 reviewed Saturday, August 15th, 2009 - 0 Comments

This product has tremendous value, because you get a lot of features at a very affordable price. You can watch video, listen to music, display photos, there's a built in FM tuner, a voice recorder, and much more. While it comes in 512MB, 1GB, and 2GB capacities, this is limiting, especially if you a loading it up with video. Overall though, it's a sweet little player! Watch the Video to find out more...