Gaming Headsets

Logitech G231 Prodigy Gaming Headset Review

Logitech came up with the whole Prodigy peripheral line up to help ease new players them into the sphere of gaming. They are trying to appeal to a new generation of gamers who just started out on their gaming journeys. One of the products, the G231 was a result of this. A G230 with better sound and mic quality….and a higher price tag. Design It’s kind of an upgrade from the G230 as both have the same washable ear-pads, same noise cancellation microphone and pretty much the overall same style. The main difference between the G230 and G231 is the 3.5mm jack. It now has the combo microphone and headphone all in one. But it does come with the splitter in case you want to use it on the laptop. Specific to this model is the in-line controls through which you can turn your mic on/off ...

Razer Announces Next Generation Gaming Headset for Xbox One

Razer, a world leader in connected devices and software for gamers, is proud to announce the latest addition to Razer’s arsenal of Xbox One peripherals with the release of the Razer Kraken Stereo Gaming Headset for Xbox One. The choice PC headset of eSport athletes around the world, the Razer Kraken Gaming Headset is now available for the Xbox One and comes fully equipped with powerful 40 mm neodymium magnet drivers that are tuned for clear high and mid-ranges, as well as deep immersive bass for powerful lows. The Razer Kraken Gaming Headset for Xbox One has been ergonomically designed with plush circumaural padding that creates sound isolation for a superior gaming experience.  “Our Kraken headset series has always been popular with gamers who are looking for high-performance audio and pr...

Razer Kraken Neon Series Review

So I’ve been using the Razer Kraken for about two weeks now and I’ve got to say that I’m pretty impressed with the product. As a drummer I tend to turn up the bass a bit more than usual as I like the feel of a kick drum. I don’t know, but I get into the beat quicker and it helps me get my groove on. Or maybe simply cause I like extra bass. Anywayyyyy, once you have one of these wrapped around your head and you turn up the volume, the vibrations on your ears feel pretty insane. However this comes at the cost of draining out the highs and mids slightly. Design Once you get one of these headphones you’ll realize how thick the headband really is. And from the looks of it, it looks like something that will weigh quite a bit but doesn’t actually. Its a bit wei...

CM Storm Pulse-R Review

Design The aluminium headset sorta speaks for itself when it comes to looks and design. The white-LED lighting really stands out in a very subtle way and isn’t too much “in your face” kind of things. It definitely looks pretty solid and the visible screws on each ear piece add to its sturdy-look. The Pulse-R is equipped with a detachable noise-cancelling microphone for voice chat so that you don’t have to yell across the room while you’re trying to fend off your opponents. The tip of the microphone lights up too, which again adds to the subtle look of the hardware. The headset itself is quite stunning and does grab a lot of attention, but its the skills that you need to set yourself apart from the other gamers, not your machinery. The cushioned ear cups are a ...


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