Cyber Acoustics are based out of Asia and claim to have had involvement in the PC audio industry for many years, since the 80's in fact. Now, that should be plenty of time to get the recipe right, so to speak. The company offers many products from headsets and iPod solutions to full on surround sound systems like the one I'm looking at today.
Here is a mission statement from Cyber acoustics, which I think is right on the money. "It's about building smart equipment that is intuitive and flexible in use. It's less about wattage and frequency response rates, and more about what you know sounds great - and they just plain work the way you expect them to."
As was the case with my previous GIGABYTE review, I have not heard any audio products from this company before, so I have no real pre-conceived expectations, either good or bad.
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