Gamecenter heeft een korte review van de Turtle Beach Montego II Quadzilla in elkaar geplakt. De Quadzilla is de quad speaker versie van de gewone Montego II, samen met de on plank Aureal Vortex II chipset levert dat een relaxte geluidskwaliteit op:
On the one hand, the Quadzilla provides excellent game compatibility. Through its A3D 1.x/2.x or DirectSound3D support, practically every game that supports 3D positional audio will work on the card. However, A3D 2.0, which provides environment modeling for reverb and occlusion support, has received limited support so far from developers. A competing API--EAX from Creative, which adds reverb effects--has been supported by considerably more game titles, but the long-promised drivers offering EAX support have yet to be released. Aureal has a list of current and upcoming A3D titles on its Web site.
We tested A3D 2.0 support using Heretic II and were astounded by the 3D audio quality. Using headphones, two speakers or four speakers, the positional audio effect gave us a real advantage in the game because we were able to judge the location of monsters before seeing them. It also added a deeper sense of realism to the game.
A limited version of X-Wing Alliance from LucasArts, along with Turtle Beach's AudioStation 32, is included with the card. The AudioStation has a cool-looking playback interface for music, which controls the mixer/volume and hardware equalizer.