Cougar Immersa Pro Gaming Headset Review

Cougar Immersa Pro Gaming Headset Review Communication is such an important component of today’s computing. You need a decent all-rounder headset, one that not only lets you talk to your teammates, but also sounds good when you’re watching a movie, a stream, or simply listening to music. Cougar is a German company that’s been producing gaming-oriented peripherals since 2008 and is expanded its lineup of products, from mice, keyboards, and now headsets. They recently sent us a box full of goodies, including the new Immersa Pro, their top headset. If you thought you’d forgotten about RGB all the things, well, Cougar is here to remind you with the Immersa Pro.The Immersa Pro headset has some quality engineering behind it, durable metal construction, fat cushions for comfort, omnidirectional microphone, convenient volume and mute knobs, cloth-wrapped cord, and of course, RGB.  "


Posted on Wednesday, January 17, 2018 @ 08:54:27 UTC in Cougar by Wesslan

Corsair HS50 Stereo Gaming Headset

Corsair has built upon a range of Void gaming headsets with newer iterations released on a regular cadence. These headsets have select combinations of surround sound, RGB lighting and wired and wireless support, though starting at £85, they are out of the reach of the casual gamer. Addressing this concern is the wired HS50 Stereo Headset, primed for gaming on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox and a multitude of mobile devices. A trio of models is differentiated by colour. The regular model, priced at £55, uses a standard black (carbon) colour and stitching on the headband. Blue and green versions, where the earcups are ringed with the relevant colour while the headband has matching stitching, are available for a £5 premium.  "


Posted on Friday, December 08, 2017 @ 17:46:17 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan

Corsair HS50 Gaming Headset Review

It is fair to say Corsair products don’t usually come cheap. With its new HS50 headset, however, Corsair is appealing to the gamer on a budget as the device costs less than £55. At this price, the HS50 is understandably lacking things like virtual surround-sound, detachable cables and there isn’t even any RGB lighting! Instead, the focus for the HS50 is very much on impressive sound and premium build quality – so just how good is it? We’ve reviewed plenty of Corsair headsets over the last couple of years, with the most recent being the wireless Void Pro that launched towards the end of the summer. Most of those headsets are packed to the rafters with features, so it is actually quite refreshing to look at the Corsair HS50 – a simple analogue headset that just works. With that in mind, the quality of the sound, mic and build become of paramount importance, so without further ado, let’s dive right into the review.  "


Posted on Monday, November 27, 2017 @ 17:34:06 UTC in Corsair by Wesslan

Sennheiser HD 660 S Headphone Review

In the audio community, the Sennheiser HD 650 is something of a legend – an excellent value headphone, it delivers exceptional audio quality without costing the earth. It is perhaps a bold move, then, for Sennheiser to release a successor to the much-loved HD 650, named the HD 660 S. With a price of £429, is this the new go-to headphone for budget audiophiles? Instead of just re-tuning the HD 650 driver, the Sennheiser HD 660 S actually features an all-new transducer design and a lower impedance of just 150Ω. That means the HD 660 S is considerably easier to drive than its predecessor, giving it some extra versatility in that it can be easily used with portable music players. It’s still an open-back headphone, though, so not for use out and about, but it will sound better across a wider range of devices.  "


Posted on Saturday, November 18, 2017 @ 12:07:49 UTC in Sennheiser by Wesslan

Creative Sound BlasterX H5 Tournament Edition Gaming Headset Review

As the high-end Sound BlasterX H7 headset, the H5 Tournament Edition does offer a comfortable and light chassis, which does incorporate large 50mm drivers. The TE version drivers do feature extra tuning in order to obtain clear and loud audio output, a fact that does not only benefit gamers, but also people who watch lots of multimedia content.The BlasterX H5 Tournament Edition is an upgrade from the BlasterX H5 with improved drivers for better sensitivity and more accurate sound reproduction. This gaming headset also features an upgraded microphone to help you ace your games with better voice pick up and noise cancellation in loud gaming environments.   Looking sleeker than ever, the BlasterX H5 comes with new brushed metal earcup plates and gun metal finishing.  "


Posted on Tuesday, July 04, 2017 @ 15:00:55 UTC in Creative by Wesslan

Patriot Viper V370 and V361 Headsets

When it comes to headsets, I’m typically in the $70 range when suggesting or looking for anything. We rarely get anything cheaper in both because a lot of the big names don’t even try to compete at low price points and because what you do find is normally not very exciting. Well a while back Patriot reached out to me about checking out two of their new headsets and I signed up. They sent over the Viper V370 and the Viper V361. I wasn’t really sure what to expect other than more budget friendly headsets. Well, they came in, I got busy and I’m just now getting around to talking about them so let’s see what is different about them, test them out, then talk a little about where they fit in the market.  "


Posted on Friday, June 09, 2017 @ 17:11:08 UTC in Patriot Memory by Wesslan

HyperX Cloud Revolver S Gaming Headset Review

HyperX Cloud Revolver™ has a wider audio range that creates depth and width for improved audio precision. Get the competitive edge by hearing your opponents’ location more accurately, even when they’re further away. Re-engineered audio profiles create a larger sound stage that’s ideal for FPS and open environment gameplay and for a concert hall-like experience when listening to music. Next-generation 50mm drivers direct sound into the ear for precise audio positioning, making HyperX Cloud Revolver the only headset you need for both PC and console gaming.  "


Posted on Wednesday, May 10, 2017 @ 20:32:10 UTC in HyperX by Wesslan

Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless Headphones

Bowers & Wilkins has been designing and manufacturing some of the world’s finest and most respected loudspeakers since 1966, and they can also be found in many of the top recording studios as their reference monitors. So to say that they are highly experienced at the high end of audio reproduction would be an understatement. That same level of engineering that goes into the development of their loudspeakers can also be found in their P7 Wireless headphones.The P7 Wireless have all of the ingredients to make a world-class headphone: High styling for the fashion and image-conscious listeners, aptX Bluetooth technology, a folding design with an included leather carrying case for portability, over-ear memory foam pads for comfort and to block out sound, and soft leather for a comfortable fit. And with all of this, Bowers & Wilkins also managed to package it in a very affordable price.  "


Posted on Sunday, May 07, 2017 @ 16:16:41 UTC in Bowers & Wilkins by Wesslan

Headphones: Focal Utopia

Focal Utopia review

We like a bit of ambition, and Focal has been nothing if not ambitious with these Utopia headphones. While their eye-watering price will get people talking, we think their technology is even more interesting. Best known for its wide-ranging and talented speakers, this French manufacturer has been plugging away at headphones for a number of years now, without ever making the kind of impact that would get the big players to notice. Focal’s headphones have been mostly middle market and solid as far as sound is concerned, but nothing in the company’s catalogue prepared us for the arrival of the Utopias. Focal has never made headphones as pricey as these, or anything that even hinted at so much ability.  "


Posted on Friday, April 07, 2017 @ 09:50:38 UTC in Focal by Wesslan

Cooler Master MasterPulse Pro RGB Headset review

We review the MasterPulse Pro USB headset from Cooler Master, this gaming headset offers 7.1 channel audio with the help of two 44mm drivers. The headset is aimed at gamers who like precision audio, so that when they get sniped .. they will actually hear the bullet coming from behind them. Armed with nice looks and decent audio quality this head set can be purchased for just 89 USD/euro, and of course it has a little RGB LED bling as well. The MasterPulse Pro is a USB headset with virtualized 7.1 sound. The product definitely has good looks and a comfortable feel with intriguing audio features - this product is bound to impress. It has neodymium magnets and USB drivers, it is capable of offering 16-bit/48 KHz playback and has a frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz.   "


Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 @ 18:39:24 UTC in Cooler Master by Wesslan

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