Even More Flexiglow
- Sonic Driver
So, you have all your lights installed in your case and they simply sit there on all day? Why not get them to dance in tune with the music around you. This is where the Sonic Driver comes in, it's not an unusual product, as a lot of companies are beginning to include Sound Sensitive Modules standard with cold cathode kits these days. It is a very simply product which consists of a microphone housed in a plastic covering, a dial which gives you the ability to adjust sensitive, and two cables that can be connected to the Bubble Light or Cold Cathode just like we checked out on these previous pages.
The Sonic Driver is simply designed to serve a purpose that gives your computer case a bit more jazz then it would if the cold cathodes were just constantly on - being somewhat boring. Being such a small item, it can be mounted anywhere in your case and it comes with velcro on the back of the device, to be placed securely inside. In the end it is going to be a product that people either want or don't, a lot of people are just happy to have their cold cathodes either ON or OFF.
After a while, the constant flashing can become quite annoying and you do find yourself either leaving them constantly on or turning them off altogether.
Flexiglow have produced some excellent products to be included in our first GGG Guide and we hope to see some more of them within coming months. Case modding is becoming such a big thing in this industry that companies are solely concentrating on case modding that many different types of items under this category are popping up left, right and center. This is excellent for users as the range grows and the price drops.
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- GGG April 2003 - Page 1 [Introduction]
- GGG April 2003 - Page 2 [Flexiglow]
- GGG April 2003 - Page 3 [Flexiglow Continued]
- GGG April 2003 - Page 4 [More Flexiglow]
- GGG April 2003 - Page 5 [PC Case Gear]
- GGG April 2003 - Page 6 [PC Case Gear Continued]
- GGG April 2003 - Page 7 [More PC Case Gear]
- GGG April 2003 - Page 8 [Anyware Computer Accessories]
- GGG April 2003 - Page 9 [Anyware Computer Accessories Continued]
- GGG April 2003 - Page 10 [Quiet PC]
- GGG April 2003 - Page 11 [Conclusion]
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