Posts Tagged: "gaming headset"

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Harman AKG GHS-1 Review

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[rating: 2.5/5] Harman and AKG are names that have been long associated with high end stereo equipment (AKG has been around since 1947, Harman since 1953), so it was a real shock to me when I saw they were making a gaming headset.  Could this be the start of something...

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Astro A30 Headset Review

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[rating:4.5/5] When someone talks about getting a high-end headset for a console, they are almost always talking about one of the “big three”: Turtle Beach, Tritton, or Astro (I’m not including Vibras as they’re only for the 360).  It’s no secret that Astro makes one of the best headsets out...

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Steelseries Siberia V2 Headset Review

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[Rating: 4] Pros: Excellent audio quality with soft, accurate sound Lightweight design is safe, very comfortable Blue on silver color scheme a visual stunner Cons: Minimal noise cancellation, not good in noisy surroundings Rubber cabling is, for PC users, outdated I already pointed out they were blue headphones, didn’t I?...

Sennheiser PC 330 G4ME Headset

Sennheiser PC 330 G4ME Headset Review

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[Rating: 3] Pros: Mid- and high-range sounds are spot on accurate DJ tilt feature is smart and useful Cons: Headband and cans sit too tightly on the ear, no adjustment option Lows and bass is very muffled and weak General feel of the headset is below average Expensive for a...

Psyko Headset

Exclusive: Psyko 5.1 Gaming Headset – $200 After $100 Coupon

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Pysko Audio has been kind enough to offer GadgetReview readers an EXCLUSIVE $100 off their 5.1-channel gaming headset.  That’s $299.99 – $100 coupon (GADGETREVIEW) = $199.99 = S&H!   Don’t be fooled.  The Psyko Gaming Headset doesn’t use DSP to emulate 5.1-channel surround sound.  It uses 5 speakers just like...

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SteelSeries Spectrum 5XB Review

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[Rating: 4] Pros: Light and comfortable for hours Excellent for travel Cons: Doesn’t cancel outside noise No included travel bag Headphones and game consoles aren’t especially compatible. The method used by Logitech with their F540 was ingenious and worked great as a stereo headset, but most of today’s headsets rely...