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Displaying items by tag: Sound

Iconic gaming hardware brand, Razer, has unleashed its new four-in-one gaming headset that provides a wireless and cabled experience across your PC, game consoles, and mobile devices. No matter how many devices you have, this headset has you covered.

The Cyber Acoustics HS-2000 headset is a no-fuss, business-grade USB headset that fits comfortably, has an adjustable boom microphone, and brings clear audio to all your online meetings and music.

Corsair's reputation for quality PC components continues with its brand new Virtuoso RGB wireless XT headset, delivering high-fidelity audio with all-day, all-night comfort for the most discerning gamer no matter the platform.

With support for Dolby Atmos, and later this year, Ultra HD and Dolby Atmos Music support via Amazon Music, the Sonos Beam (Gen 2) compact soundbar offers your ears a superior aural adventure, complete with support for smart speaker experiences from Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

Published in Home Tech

The RØDE Wireless GO II is the company's new ultra-compact and extremely versatile dual channel wireless microphone system, with the same pocket-sized form factor and professional sound quality as the best-selling Wireless GO, but with a host of incredible new features making it even more powerful and flexible.

Published in Home Tech

It's World Hearing Day, and with the average weekly headphone exposure for one in 10 participants is higher than the WHO recommended limit, it's time to turn down the volume - and if you're an Apple user, to take advantage of the features Apple makes available to "advance hearing health."

Published in Health

GUEST RESEARCH: With 83% of business leaders stating that audio equipment has “become more important compared with two years ago”, paying attention to audio is clearly a sound idea.

Published in Guest Research

The stunningly awesome Disney+ show "The Mandalorian" arrives at the end of October, and Sonos not only wants to promote its ARC soundbar as the ideal way to implant sonically awesome audio into your brain through your ears but also to promote a special new curated Sonos radio station called "Things That Stuck".

Published in Home Tech

Dyson’s latest Airblade dryer is now 35% quieter, but doesn’t compromise on speed, hygiene or sound.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 13 January 2016 14:21

VIDEOS: Siri can beatbox if you ask: boots and cats

If you grab your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch with Siri, and ask Siri to beatbox, she (or he) will do the deed - no boots or cats were harmed!

Published in Entertainment

Now hear this: a new listening experience is the goal of new standards for advanced audio broadcasting technology newly approved by the ITU.

Published in Entertainment

UE’s popular Boom speaker has gone one better with a new, waterproof version 2 that has double the Bluetooth range, 25% louder sound and more bass.

Published in Entertainment

The amount of quality sound the Bose SoundLink Mini could make was incredible, now a new version two promises new features alongside already angelic audio.

Published in Entertainment

Bose is known largely for its famous family of noise-cancelling headphones so it'll be music to the ears of many that it's releasing the QuietComfort 25s, described as the "next generation" of headphones.

Published in Mobility

Speaker systems for iPhones and iPods have been a hugely popular accessory, and while there are plenty of sub $100 cheapies, the more expensive variety are usually something special, with Edifier's 'Breathe' designed to take your breath away.

Published in Entertainment
In 2010, Austrian daredevil skydiver ‘Fearless’ Felix Baumgartern will attempt to break the record for the fastest speed of a human falling through Earth’s atmosphere, the highest ever parachute jump, and the first human to exceed the speed of sound without the use of a machine.

Published in Space
Tuesday, 19 January 2010 23:26

Boeing Dreamliner is testing like a dream

For the last four weeks, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner program has tested two aircraft for a total of fifteen flights of nearly sixty hours. It passed its latest test, achieving 'initial airworthiness' status.

Published in Space
The first-ever phonon laser—a device that uses phonons, or the smallest discrete (quantized) unit of vibrational energy—has been created by German and U.S. scientists. The phonon laser uses amplified sound instead of light.

Published in Energy
Thursday, 16 April 2009 07:29

Mac OS X 10.5.7 imminent

Mac OS X 10.5.7 is nearing completion, with pundits tipping its release in the coming days.

Sunday, 22 February 2009 04:06

Searching for the world's funniest fart

Professor Trevor Cox once conducted research into the world's most sickening sounds, now he has turned his academic focus towards farting noises.

Published in Biology




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