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For around £14 I wasn't expecting much from this headset, but I was blown away when I tried it!
I've been using a set of £30 Sony headphones for the past year's gaming, but after doing a round on Battlefield 4 wearing those, and then doing a round wearing these the difference is quite amazing. The bass with this headset is deep and rich but doesn't overpower the speakers inside, whilst the treble and mid both come through clearly. The left and right channels are clearly separated and makes it much easier to figure out the direction of things in-game. Also the microphone sits at about the perfect distance from your mouth with a clear sound for recording or for chat.
My Sony headphones vibrate and warble with the kind of bass this headset has no trouble with, and the Sony's felt like everything was mushed together on both sides while with the Sades everything is clearly defined. And the Sony never felt like it was cupping my ears properly but these do. They do feel a little tight at first but once you get used to them you forget they're even on your head.
Overall, if you're looking for a cheap gaming headset with great sound, great looks and a great price, this is the one for you!
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Initial post: 7 Jan 2014, 10:26:09 GMT
Last edited by the author on 7 Jan 2014, 10:26:16 GMT
Can I ask, does it come with standard 3.5mm jack plug for mic and headphones? The advert says it does but picture has USB
In reply to an earlier post on 12 Jan 2014, 18:45:32 GMT
Dave W. says:
Yep, it has 2 standard 3.5mm jacks on the end of the cable for mic and headphones. No USB :)
Posted on 8 Jun 2014, 20:53:33 BST
caroline cubbins says:
so i just need a cheap pc headset for playing minecraft online with my friends is the mic good as well should i buy it ????
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