That probably sounds a little melodramatic, but consider this. The iDomes were designed from the ground up with digital input in mind, and Abit has taken great care to ensure that they deliver every bit of the pristine quality of a digital bitstream to your ears. That bitstream—digital audio in its purest form—can be provided by fancy sound cards and "free" integrated motherboard audio alike, setting up the iDomes to challenge not only other speakers on the market, but the very need for a discrete sound card as well.
And so the stage is set. Can the iDomes, when paired with integrated motherboard audio, challenge the output quality of the best PC sound card on the market? Read on to find out.
|Biostar B250 motherboards enter the race||2|
|Seagate lets loose 1TB and 2TB Enterprise hard drives||0|
|Samsung's Android 7.0 rollout starts with the Galaxy S7||7|
|Sixa Rivvr wireless kit is ready for all VR headsets||6|
|Tinkerer builds his own LCD case side panel||2|
|Leica M10 further refines rangefinders for the digital age||14|
|NZXT adds purple-and-white finishes to its hardware catalog||10|
|Asus shows off Zenbook 3 Deluxe UX490A in detail||50|
|Tom's Hardware hammers an Intel 600p SSD for science||43|