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Sony PS3 Surround Sound AIO Solution

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on June 16th, 2010

Looking to pump up the sound on your PS3? You’re in luck. Sony has just released their new surround sound system for the PlayStation 3, with 10Watts per channel @ 6Ω 1 kHz, and a power of 15Watts x 2 for the built in sub woofer.

The new Sony CECH-ZVS1 surround sound speaker system has been specifically created for the PlayStation 3 so this is the solution you’ve been looking for. It’s designed to enhance the audio quality by providing an immersive surround sound experience. It also fully supports the new PlayStation move motion controllers, together with stereoscopic 3D content as well as traditional Blu-ray movies.

Asus Cine5 Speaker: Surround Sound in a small package

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2010

The Asus Cine5 is a smaller version of the sound bars that are available. This model is designed not for your large TV, but for your desk. The Cine5 measures in at about 15-inches, with a typical five speaker set up and a 28W max amp. There’s also a 3.5mm audio jack for headphones.

It’s good looking as soundbars go, but sadly, we don’t have any word on pricing or availability yet, but hopefully we will be seeing this one soon.

Gefen Unveils 5.1 Surround-to-Stereo Signal Converter

Posted in Gefen by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2009

Gefen Unveils 5.1 Surround-to-Stereo Signal ConverterGefen, the company known for their signal switchers and converters, has announced the GefenTV Digital Audio Decoder, which remixes 5.1 Dolby Digital Surround audio for stereo (L/R) outputs. What this means is that the unit lets any movie or television program broadcasting in 5.1 Dolby digital audio to be decoded, and output on a pair of analog speakers.

This will give two-channel stereo systems the ability to convey some of the same surround sound information as a proper 5.1 system, but without the artificialness that usually accompanies such enhancement.

6-Channel Surround Sound headphones make you look like Lobot

Posted in Headphones by Conner Flynn on April 2nd, 2009

6-Channel Surround Sound headphonesThe Zalman ZM-RS6F+M 6-Channel Surround Sound Headphones + Microphone is as close as you will ever get to being that Lobot guy from Empire Strikes Back. I always wondered what that guy’s deal was. It was surround sound!

It’s from Brando. These Real Surround Sound Headphones produce a real surround field that is said to be comparable to a complete multi-channel speaker system as it will enhance directional, spatial, and realistic effects. Only $57.00 and you can be that guy! Now be honest fellow geeks, how many of you actually knew that character’s name?

Logitech G35 Surround Sound headset

Posted in CES 2009 by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2009

Logitech G35 Surround Sound headsetThe G35 Headset features 7.1 surround sound with built in Dolby technology that is designed to output amazingly detailed gaming sounds. It also feature 6 built in voice changing options, so you can have some fun pretending that you’re Darth Vader while gaming.

Some of the specs: 7.1 surround sound powered by Dolby technology delivers a detailed soundfield. Dolby Pro Logic II is used with Dolby Headphone technology to create expanded stereo sound for files recorded in traditional formats. Three G-keys on headset will give you one-touch command for voice morphing or music controls and you get six voice-morphing options. On-ear audio controls deliver quick access for volume, mic mute and surround sound adjustments. Adjustable, noise-canceling microphone focuses on your voice and not background noise. Full-speed, all-digital USB connection for clean, clear audio. Three swappable headband pads let you choose the one that best fits your head: thin, thick and contoured designs. Compatible with popular VoIP gaming platforms like Ventrilo, TeamSpeak and Xfire.

ZVOX Z-Base 550 puts surround sound under your TV

Posted in Home Theater by Shane McGlaun on December 18th, 2008

ZVOX Z-BaseI wanted a surround sound system for many years and for one reason or another, I was never able to get one set up. In the early years of being married, our apartments were too small for a surround sound setup. Then once we had a house the wife deemed wires and speakers too ugly.

At the time, there were no sound bars for me to use, but for those in similar situations today you have options. ZVOX has a new device called the Z-Base All-in-One Home Theater that sits under the TV. Inside the scratch resistant case resides five 2-inch full-range speakers and one 5.25-inch powered subwoofer.

Tritton announces AX Pro surround sound headphones for gamers

Posted in Headphones by Shane McGlaun on November 12th, 2008

Tritton AX Pro Surround Sound HeadphonesThe first time we heard of Tritton it was for a set of USB powered headphones that offered surround sound without the need for a surround sound card on your PC. The headphones worked fairly well and allow computers without a sound card to get a taste of surround sound gaming.

Tritton is back with another new product called the AX Pro 5.1 Surround Sound Headset. The headphones are true Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound capable and offer in-line volume adjustment. They work with DVDs, PC, Mac, PS2, PS3, Xbox, and any other device with an optical out.


New Genius headphones offer surround sound

Posted in Headphones by Nino Marchetti on March 18th, 2008

Genius GHP-05 LiveA brand division of KYE Systems known as Genius introduced today some new headphones which offer surround sound as an option. It is called the Genius GHP-05 Live and it prices at around $60.

The Genius GHP-05 Live offers up a a type of surround sound called DRD True 3d sound. This reportedly enhances bass and dynamic ranges for a better listening experience. It comes outfitted with padded ears which swivel for more comfort.

Logitech Z Cinema PC surround sound

Posted in Home Theater,Logitech,Speakers by Darrin Olson on January 6th, 2008

Logitech Z Cinema Advanced Surround Sound System for your computerSo now that there are becoming more and more high quality movies, games and music available to download from the intertubes onto your computer, the next thing a person finds themselves needing (aside from getting that content over to their living room) is a higher quality display and sound system to take advantage of all this advanced media technology. This year at CES, Logitech is coming through with the sound portion of this equation by launching the Logitech Z Cinema surround sound system.

This new speaker system consists of just two satellite speakers (no rears) and a subwoofer along with what Logitech calls “SRS TruSurround HD” to put your desk chair in the middle of the surround sound action. The speakers have a 180W hybrid Class D + Class AB tri-amp, two-way satellite speakers and an 8″ subwoofer along with 24-bit audio via a USB connection. If for some reason you are unable to play your digital audio through the PC that the speakers are connected to, you can also just connect the player to an input jack to play directly through the speakers. Also, in the event that you don’t already have a media center remote control with your system, Logitech is throwing one is as well.

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Polk Audio reveals upscale, thin surround system

Posted in CES 2008,Home Theater,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on January 5th, 2008

Polk Audio SurroundBar 360 DVD TheaterPolk Audio is always known for bringing excellent products to the Consumer Electronics Show to show off. It has a new two-piece surround sound system set to unveil known as the Polk Audio SurroundBar 360 DVD Theater. It is priced at around $1,200.

The Polk Audio SurroundBar 360 DVD Theater has a “multichannel loudspeaker (44 1/2″ W x 4 7/8″ D x 4 1/8″ H) and a separate, compact electronics console (16 1/2″ W x 11 1/2″ D x 3 3/16″ H) that contains an integrated DVD/CD player, SDA signal-processing amplifier, AM/FM radio, and a host of digital, analog, USB, and video inputs.” That’s right from the horse’s mouth folks – all of that in a tight little design which will make you drool over its very cool looking gloss black enclosure.

Sharp SD-SP10 1-Bit Virtual Surround Sound System

Posted in Home Theater,Sharp by Paul Patterson on December 3rd, 2006

Sharp SD-SP10Surround sound systems don’t always need to be complicated and the Sharp SD-SP10 Virtual Surround Sound System is a great example of such a system. The SD-SP10 incorporates a simple, two-component design that takes just minutes to set up and gives you many options for setup with rooms of varying shapes and sizes.

Sharp’s 1-Bit audio technology makes the most out of this minimalist home theater system. The 2.1 Channel Home Theater System simulates 5.1 Channel Surround Sound from just one speaker box.

Sharp incorporates two technologies to create and enhance the virtual surround sound experience. The Dolby Virtual Speaker delivers 5.1 surround sound by using a unique digital signal processing technology and with the Audistry by Dolby technology you can customize your sound depending on your personal preferences.

The slender profile and small footprint of the SD-SP10 offer many flexible setup options and there is …