Thursday, January 10th 2013

Tt eSPORTS Introduces the BAHAMUT External USB Pro-Gaming Sound Card

Tt eSPORTS, the leading expert in professional E-Sports gaming peripherals, is announcing the BAHAMUT external USB gaming sound card. The BAHAMUT sound card is designed with compact size and full completion of all acoustic demands. Embedded with the most advanced dts Surround Sound Headphone Technology that digitally takes care of your sound, the BAHAMUT provides further enjoyment to your game and music.

Tt eSPORTS believe in thinking differently, and at Tt eSPORTS' Acoustic Department we believe gaming experience can become more engaging and interactive if high quality audio technology is present during the games. The BAHAMUT pro-gaming sound card successfully facilitates the input and output of audio signals with dts Surround Sound Headphone Technology, and its software application provides further acoustic customization – whether you are enjoying a movie, preparing for a FPS game that requires both microphone and speaker - the BAHAMUT takes care of all your demands with seamless compatibility in both Windows/Mac OS.


The creation of the BAHAMUT gaming sound card was motivated by challenging the status quo of many modern sound cards that users often fail to engage in their sound. There is no interaction, and enjoyment is limited. The BAHAMUT sound card is designed to seamlessly integrate both the dts Surround Sound Headphone Technology and its Equalizer software application to provide further sound customization that all gamers deserve.

d its Equalizer software application to provide further sound customization that all gamers deserve.

BAHAMUT external USB gaming sound card - Features

dts Surround Sound Headphone Technology
Digitally processing your audio signals with intelligent Equalizer software application to meet your acoustic demands.

Intuitive I/O with Microphone/Speaker connectivity
The BAHAMUT is designed with simplistic interface, and users can intuitive comprehend the sound card with ease.

Battle-Dragon continuous wheel control for volume adjustment
Rotate the wheel clockwise to increase the volume, and the opposite direction to lower down – all visually indicated by the red LED located around the wheel.

BAHAMUT external USB pro-gaming sound card holds an MSRP of USD 39.99. Available worldwide in January 2013 Please kindly refer to your local stores for information for its availability.
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12 Comments on Tt eSPORTS Introduces the BAHAMUT External USB Pro-Gaming Sound Card

#2
Vancha
I really wish gaming companies would try and develop products with some substance, rather than throwing out things they can sell based on flashiness and marketing. I mean for cryin' out loud, two of the three features involve the fact that you can plug your headphones/mic into it and that it has a volume knob. At fucking last, finally a sound card I can plug my headphones into!
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#3
Soup
^^^ And what products are your companies making?
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#4
Fourstaff
So what is the chip inside this?
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#5
Vancha
by: Soup
^^^ And what products are your companies making?
ASUS and Auzentech tend to be more my companies in the sound card department, but comparatively even Creative are doing better with their new sound cards - at least their desktop volume-knob is just a side show to the main event.
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Sp33d Junki3
by: Ferrum Master
USB gaming? Give me a break - LATENCY!
USB DAC is very good. I use one, and is much better.
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#7
3870x2
I play counterstrike competitive with a USB headset. Suffice it to say latency is not an issue with USB headsets as long as the driver development crew aren't total morons.
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#8
Prima.Vera
by: Ferrum Master
USB gaming? Give me a break - LATENCY!
Not true at all. I have an old Audigy 2 NX USB device, and gaming on it is just like a normal integrated sound. No latencies at all. Even supports hardware EAX 3.0 and all other effects founded on Audigy 2 PCI cards.:o
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#9
Ferrum Master
by: Prima.Vera
Not true at all. I have an old Audigy 2 NX USB device, and gaming on it is just like a normal integrated sound. No latencies at all. Even supports hardware EAX 3.0 and all other effects founded on Audigy 2 PCI cards.:o
Well then why in all PA audio instead of USB was 1394 used? Mhrm?
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#10
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
To continue on why latency isn't a problem: USB audio interfaces for recording is quite common and do not suffer noticable latency.
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#11
Mussels
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by: Ferrum Master
Well then why in all PA audio instead of USB was 1394 used? Mhrm?
because of the myth that macs were better for productivity, and macs supported firewire over USB.

its irrelevant to this thread, so please stop derailing it.


On topic: personally i've been waiting on a decent USB sound card. internals sure have their place, but since i swap between laptop and desktop fairly often, a USB soundcard capable of actually powering high end headphones (and preferably with mobile phone headset support - one cord for audio + mic!) would be great.
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#12
riffraffy
What's up with the nob, is that a pig with wings.
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