It makes quite good Xense
It's not all things you put in your ear that are iPod accessories, because just in time for the round up this year I have covered a new member of the Xonar family from industry heavy weights, ASUS.
The article will have been published by the time you read this, but basically it's quite exciting, because if you remember back to my Xonar Essence review in the last year I was quite pleased about the new card they had built.
To put a long story short, the ASUS boffins have now taken the Essence and gone back to the drawing board with Sennheiser, this time to develop a headphone solution to accompany the enormously successful board.
It's impressive to see ASUS still holding onto the 'audiophile' sector where nearly everyone else has just about disbanded.
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