Software designed for any stereo headphones and is free until the end of the year.
Razer, the maker of gaming peripherals and more recently PC gaming hardware is now offering a "Personalized 7.1 Gaming Surround Sound" software bundle. The software is designed to localize sounds in a 7.1 gaming mix on a Windows PC and is for use with any set of stereo headphones.
Once the software has been downloaded from Razer and installed, the user gains the ability to tweak and arrange the faux 7.1 speakers within the stereo set-up.
The software is available free for users once they register with Razer. Next year, the software will be a $20 download for new users. In the meantime, Razer hopes that the free download will encourage users to donate to the Razer Surround for Child's Play Charity.
Author: Brian Hoss