3D Audio Immersion heeft een korte review geschreven van de Turtle Beach Montego II Quadzilla. Deze soundcard is voorzien van een Aureal Vortex II chipset, heeft quad speaker support en is net zoals de Xitel Storm Platinum van een S/PDIF interface voorzien.
Loading up this card I felt that it was going to be a "El-standard" Vortex2 board, but I was pleasantly surprised. It sounded cleaner and had a better initial tonal balance than the others, but you can fix that with the 10 band equalizer. The card was clean, and basically noise free. The physical quality of the board was up to snuff, 'cause I accidentally dropped it. Ooops. It also came with a CD-audio cable, which I didn't use because I use the Belkin $12 ones at Best Buy, exclusively (It was cheap anyway).
First off, I am basing this review off of the drivers that shipped with the card. So they were not the 2030 drivers that were recently released. So needless to say, I had issues with my Four Point Surround 2000 speakers. But tossing those aside *cough* I was pleased by the quality A3D support. Defined, clear, and smooth are words that come to mind. The demos were good, and the Half-life was even better. The card came with a "special version" of X-Wing Alliance, and that was awesome to listen to and play.