- Product Dimensions: 25.6 x 23 x 26.9 cm ; 712 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 721 g
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- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: 70GH027000001
- ASIN: B00DILPKEY
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 July 2013
- Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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Creative Sound Blaster Evo Wireless Bluetooth NFC Gaming Headset with USB and 3.5 mm Analogue Connection (PS4 / PC / MAC / Smart devices)
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- Works with PS4 via bundled analogue cable
- Massively powerful audio from Sound Blaster EVO Wireless' 40 mm FullSpectrum audio drivers
- The headset can be folded to about 70% of its original size
- Connect via Near Field Communications (NFC), USB or 3.5 mm
- Up to 8 hours of playtime
- Personalise your audio via PC or Mac
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|Item Dimensions||23.01 x 25.6 x 26.9 Centimetres||11.7 x 23.3 x 23.1 Centimetres||6.5 x 15 x 17 Centimetres||27.5 x 58.2 x 37.5 Centimetres|
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|Special Feature||Information not provided||Up to 24 hours continuous wireless streaming||integrated_remote_control; wireless||Headphone sensitivity:102 dB; obstruction (32 Ω)|
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Sound Blaster EVO Wireless
The Sound Blaster EVO Wireless is a high performance Bluetooth wireless headset, with NFC for easy pairing, featuring 40 mm drivers for powerful wireless audio. Users can enjoy advanced audio processing and audio customisation with Sound Blaster EVO Control Panel while connected to the PC / Mac via USB, high quality wireless audio with support for aptX and AAC codecs when connected to smart devices via a Bluetooth connection, or standard analogue audio via the 3.5 mm jack.
Enjoy improved audio clarity for your voice calls through your mobile phone or VoIP service as Sound Blaster EVO Wireless supports wideband Bluetooth technology, which enables more details of the voice data to be transmitted.
* HD Voice functionality is dependent on the mobile device and service operator.
Get ready to unleash the full power and clarity of your audio
Sound Blaster EVO Wireless's FullSpectrum 40 mm audio drivers are capable of reproducing the full audible range of the audio spectrum, so you won't miss a beat.
Shut out that noise
The headset's ear cups cover your ears entirely, passively cutting out external noise. So, whether you're on your skateboard or on the subway, what you hear is only the audio that matters most to you.
High-fidelity audio streaming
With the headset supporting aptX and AAC technologies, you're assured that the audio content transmitted over Bluetooth is crystal clear.
Enjoy your headset even more
With the Sound Blaster EVO Wireless, you can even experience cinematic, virtual 7.1 surround sound when you connect the headset to your PC or Mac.
Voice commands, now more accurate
Remember the occasions when you tried in vain to instruct some voice-activated application to perform a task? With high-quality voice pickup and all the voice technologies packed into your headset, your commands can be transmitted accurately all the time.
Love to chat?
Use Sound Blaster EVO Wireless as a VoIP headset while connected to your PC or Mac.
Tap and play -- easy
Simply tap your Near Field Communications (NFC)-enabled device on the headset for easy, one-touch Bluetooth pairing. Sound Blaster EVO Wireless supports up to two Bluetooth connections simultaneously, which is great if you're watching a movie on your tablet but wish to instantly switch to answer a call from another paired smart device. Besides Bluetooth pairing via NFC, you can also connect the headset to your PC or entertainment devices using the USB 2.0 connection, or the analogue 3.5 mm jack. Use the included analogue cable for direct connection to your portable media player, or swap it with your own cable of a different length.
Personalise audio, via your PC or Mac
Sound Blaster EVO Control Panel gives you advanced audio processing via your PC or Mac. You can adjust audio to your personalised liking and save those settings on the Sound Blaster EVO Wireless, ready to be enjoyed when you are on the go.
Up to 8 hours of playtime
Enjoy your music wherever you go as the built-in rechargeable battery has enough power for up to eight hours of continuous wireless audio playback. Low on power? Conveniently charge the headset via USB and continue to enjoy high-quality audio while doing so.
Designed for easy storage, for your convenience
The headset can be folded to about 70% of its original size, and can be kept in the handy carrying pouch.
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Top Customer Reviews
After downloading the SoundBlaster Evo latest software, registering the product and charging the headphones you're good to go.
After using and testing for most of the day I concluded these headphones fall into, and perform differently in three different catagories - wired for audio and/or voice commands to a tablet or mobile phone, wireless via Bluetooth for the same functions, and wired via usb or phono lead to a pc.
Now to the test. For wired and wireless I used an iPad2 and a Galaxy S4.The music I sampled was mainly from a Ministry Of Sound compilation album ONE,which has a high bit rate and can really push headphone drivers to their limits. I also listened to tracks by K.D. Lang, Jeff Lynne and Elbow. I compared the Evo's to another impressive set of Logitech UE 6000 Headphones - Black.
The reason I used two sound sources is that the iPad doesn't have the frustrating EU volume limitation enforced on it in the way mobile phones annoyingly do.
The headphones were straight forward to pair via Bluetooth. The playback controls are all on the right hand ear piece.Read more ›
After charging, used the wired USB connection to connect with the IMac. Connects fine, but needed to install the driver (which I took from the website - you don't get a CD with this). That was simple enough.
Then fired up iTunes, turned on the cans and started listening to some random albums (various forms of dance/club music). Thought things were sounded a little false and vacant. That's because the Dolby 7.1 and Bass Boost are all on by default - instant annoyance!
So, go into the software and realize that you can customize the equalizer and extra effects cans for various sound types/sources. These come under Music, Film and Game (all self-explanatory). Within these options you have preset equalizers that you can choose on the fly. You can also set-up your own variations and save them.
Aside from the equalizer options, you can choose to use Bass Boost and virtual Dolby 7.1 Surround, and adjust central listening positions, and so forth. These can be saved, too.
So after dabbling with these while listening to music, I set everything to the plain old "flat" setting, turned off the surround sound (this made things sound hollow and vacant) and stuck with the iTunes equalizer that I've already got set-up. If, like me, you've already customized iTunes, you may well want to do the same. However, the Bass Boost was quite nice for my drum'n'bass tracks, so I'll use that from time to time.
Once the sound was put back to basics, things sounded so much better (in my opinion!).Read more ›
This headset is NOT a wireless headset with microphone. It is a wireless stereo headset OR a wired headset with microphone. The headset contains 3 modes;
1. USB wired. Fully functional stereo headset with microphone, it works great in this mode, sound quality is good, microphone is OK.
2. Bluetooth wireless, I frequently use it for music from my phone in this mode, sound quality is affected a tiny bit but not really noticeably without a side by side comparison with USB mode.
3. Bluetooth phone mode, TERRIBLE quality mono sound, TERRIBLE quality microphone broadcast. I understand the limitations of bluetooth but seriously this headset can not be advertised as fully wireless as using it for wireless gaming or other form of VOIP is utterly useless and entirely defeats my purpose for the initial purchase.
However the reason this is a 2 star review is because for the function of wireless headphones for use on the go these work well and feel solidly made, however for their advertised purpose as a "Wireless Gaming Headset" they are un-useable and I hope this review prevents anyone else from making the same mistake I have.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice, comfortable headphones. Decent sound quality and Bluetooth connectivity works well. What is very handy is they come with a wire to use if and when they are out of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mrs D.
Pros: Build quality, multi-functional design, PC & mobile compatiblity, price
Cons: Static noise whilst recording, overall V-shaped sound signature, sub-bass
Build... Read more
fantastic headphones, they are however light on your head and can fall off, be mindfull of that and ready to catch them as they are expensive to drop on the floorPublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not wireless to PC without bluetooth, bluetooth wireless has low quality. Cable disconnects regularly, the input for headset is fragile. it can break very easily. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Harry Burdekin
Pro: if you using it with USB cable it has a great sound quality.
-no driver support for Bluetooth connection
-in hands-free mode it has a really really... Read more
I can't really comment on these as they were a gift for someone else, however. I have a pair of EVO zr's and the only difference I can see is the zr's have active noise cancelling... Read morePublished on 2 April 2014 by Happy Dad
Yes, these sound great. I've had Creative headphones before and my experience with those, allied to the price point for this set, meant that I was expecting a decent performance. Read morePublished on 21 Nov. 2013 by Paul Fillery