Seven minutes of behind the scenes as the Forza Horizon sound crew capture a bunch of cars hooning up and down an old track.
After two months with the Sonos Roam, it’s easy to see its strengths over the fancier, more expensive Move.
Putting simple, instant audio chat into Slack channels feels actually and deeply useful to getting things done in the virtual office.
Keen to do some karaoke but aren’t emotionally ready to go to a karaoke bar? One of these budget karaoke machines has you covered.
Bells and whistles be damned. The EPOS H3 is light and simple by design. But many will hesitate at the price given the simplicity.
Don’t be fooled by its gamercore RGB styles. This microphone is serious – a great choice, just use it with care to get it working just right.
The Sonos Roam feels like the Sonos equivalent of an overnight sensation (thanks to 16 years of hard work). Buy one. You won’t regret it.
With the Sonos Roam portable speaker launching soon, we speak to the Director of Global Product Marketing at Sonos, Ryan Richards.
Comfort, great battery life and a seamless union of simultaneous Bluetooth and 2.4GHz sources makes this exactly the headset I’d been hoping for.
Byteside supporters get the chance to win cool prizes. This time our giveaway is for the excellent EPOS GTW 270 Hybrid wireless earbuds.
After more than a week I am in love with the AirPods Max audio, but there are some niggling issues that detract from the experience.
There are a lot of gaming headsets on the market. Here’s a big round-up looking at headsets from some of the biggest brands available.
We put the BlueAnt X5 Bluetooth
Party Speakers to the test and were genuinely impressed with the sound and functionality.
Apple’s new, tiny smart speaker is my secret to productivity. Plus it sounds great and works as an intercom, which allows for shenanigans.
Wireless headsets are having all sorts of issues with the Xbox Series X/S. Fortunately, Microsoft has claimed responsibility and is working on a fix.
Nvidia RTX Voice software not only officially supports GTX cards now but you can even use it to clean pre-recorded audio, with a little help.