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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Sound that you can feel?
Proceeds going to War Child UK.
Matt Parker to weave chatter into song.
Spotify's free, ad-supported option now offers limitless playback forever.
Sony is looking to include MP3 and CD support for the PS4.
Charity album to boost educational programmes.
Microsoft's streaming music service will launch later this month at the same time as Windows 8.
SteelSeries and bit-tech have a pair of Party in the Park tickets up for grabs
Joe reflects on a recent trip to see the London Philharmonic Orchestra play a night of games music.
Partners with City of London Police against fraudulent music download sites.
At £36 the Shock is one of the cheapest headsets we've seen. Let's hope it's not one of the worst.
Asus' new headet features active noise cancelling and a Bluetooth connection.
At £70, the SP2200 is much cheaper than Corsair's other speaker set, but can it still deliver?
Google has announced its own cloud-based music service, although licencing issues abound.
Can SteelSeries produce a headset thats a winner for both PC and Xbox 360 owners?
Altec Lansing prove that you don't need to break the bank to get a good 2.1 set.
Ditching the USB connection leads to a very low price for this brilliantly comfortable headset.
These £449 speakers offer audiophile sound quality and a sleek appearance.
A wall of fantastic, punchy sound with plenty of detail.
Antec's first attempt at a premium set of speakers is a hit and miss affair.
Ubisoft has been accused of pirating its own soundtrack, then selling it within a Collector's Edition.
Creative targets the mid-range headset market with its cut down version of the Tactic3D Sigma.
One of the first Auzentech cards we've seen that uses a C-Media chip rather than a Creative X-Fi.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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