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TekNmotion Pulsar SX PC Review

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To begin your installation, you will need to find an open USB port on your motherboard, as well as an open mic and audio output connector. Check which direction the USB is plugged into the port, as forcing it will damage either your USB cable or your motherboard.












Next you will need to insert the driver disk and make your way through the installation. This whole process takes a very short amount of time. During the installation you can choose what you want to install; the drivers, the demo programs, or both.





After the installation is completed you can start having a look at the software behind the TekNmotion Pulsar SX PC Gaming Headphones. Under the main settings tab you can select things like virtual 7.1 surround sound, headphones, or right and left computer speaker modes. You can also position where in the room you want the speakers to give different effects, as well as the loudness of each speaker.


The mixer tab is pretty standard, including options like mic volume, synth, wave, and CD volume.


The effects tab has your basic graphic equalizer. It also includes echoing effects and presets for specific music groups. I enjoy playing around with the effects. You can make it sound like you are sitting in an amphitheater or in a small room. I feel it is always a nice bonus when software includes these options.


There is also a karaoke tab that allows you to hear your own voice while singing and filter out the voice in the music played. Karaoke isn’t exactly my idea of a great time, but it will definitely appeal to someone.


Extras aside, let's start putting this thing to the test.

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (Continued)
  3. Installation & Configuration
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing
  6. Testing (Continued)
  7. Conclusion
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