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Turtle Beach Recon Camo: Camo Is The Reason Why I Need This Gaming Headset

Turtle Beach has announced a new gaming headset that is is totally worthy of our attention because of two key reasons: one, it is multiplatform, which means you don’t quite need to worry about the changing platforms and two, camouflage. With a camouflage design, the Turtle Beach Recon Camo Mutliplatform Gaming Headset tickles our fancy right away. The camo it has seems to make everything else fade into the background. Yes. I am this big of a fan of all-thing camouflage. You can even call me a sucker for camo, I don’t care. It is the truth anyways. Continue reading Turtle Beach Recon Camo: Camo Is The Reason Why I Need This Gaming Headset

Razer Tiamat 7.1 Offers True Surround Sound And A View Of Its Innards

Seven discrete surround sound channels, five drivers in each earcup making a total of ten drivers. Those are what the new flagship headset Tiamat 7.1 V2 from leading gaming lifestyle company Razer has to offer. That’s right. 10 freaking drivers and 7.1 surround sound on a pair of headphones. Those are something of a dream when I started gaming with a pair of headphones wrapped on my head. But of course, back then, that wasn’t possible. Technologies have since evolved leaps and bounds, making what used to be only possible with clunky external speakers a possibility on a thing you wear on your head. It is a good time to be alive, at least it is for gamers. Continue reading Razer Tiamat 7.1 Offers True Surround Sound And A View Of Its Innards

Razer ManO’War Gaming Headset Promised 360-Deg Gaming-Grade Audio

If you are into first person shooter, then you will appreciate the ability to hear everything and without lag. Hearing everything means preventing yourself being killed and having an upper hand over your opponents, and no lag, means you are not behind the action. Those are what the new Razer ManO’War Wireless Gaming Headset has to offer. Draped in the now common Razer black, this pair of gaming cans packs custom tuned 50mm neodymium magnet drivers, along with Razer Surround that promised to delivery realistic soundscape in 360-degree fidelity. Continue reading Razer ManO’War Gaming Headset Promised 360-Deg Gaming-Grade Audio

OSSIC Promised Real 3D Audio With Self-calibrating OSSIC X Headphones

Folks. We have been misled the whole time. Apparently, the so-called 7.1 headphones aren’t really surround sound as proposed to be. Then again, we should have known cos’ the moment we put on those cans, it did in fact sounds different from the natural environment. The experience wouldn’t be that spacious and the sounds that supposedly coming from different directions were actually just right next to your ears. While we are happy with the current situation, there’s one company wants us not to settle for less. OSSIC is the company name and its first product OSSIC X is billed as the first 3D audio headphones calibrated to your ears. Continue reading OSSIC Promised Real 3D Audio With Self-calibrating OSSIC X Headphones

NightHawk Boasts Both Audio Quality and Luxurious Built to Complement Discerning, Mature Gamers

Traditionally, gaming headphones’ aesthetic leaves much to be desired. Not that they are ugly or anything, but as far as discerning gamers are concerned, they are often too gaming gear-like and the sonic reproduction aspect is often hardly anywhere near audiophile-grade. This is where established high-end audio company AudioQuest’s NightHawk Audiophile Gaming Headphones comes in. It brings together both aesthetic and audio quality to gamers who demand both style and audio prowess in a, well, uber stylish package. Continue reading NightHawk Boasts Both Audio Quality and Luxurious Built to Complement Discerning, Mature Gamers

Polk Audio Striker Gaming Headset Brings Audiophile-grade Sound To Affordable Cans

gaming and audiophile don’t often go hand-in-hand, but since last year, Polk Audio has managed to marry the two with three console gaming audio solutions and at this year’s E3, it has another to offer: the Polk Audio Striker Gaming Headset. designed with Xbox One in mind, the Striker features Polk’s Dynamic Balance driver technology for wider and more impressive frequency range that promised “sharp details and no hints of strain or resonances” and doing so at an amazing price point of under 90 bucks. with the Striker, you can expect two things synonymous with Polk Audio: awesome sound and stylish hardware design. key features include ProFit Comfort system earcups, built-in boom mic with flexible and retractable extension, and 46-inch cable with strain-relief connector. Continue reading Polk Audio Striker Gaming Headset Brings Audiophile-grade Sound To Affordable Cans

Feenix Aria Studio-Grade Gaming Headphones

when you think gaming headsets, the first few brands that come to mind would probably be Roccat, Turtle Beach, or Razer, but for the select few who craved more than just the boom-boom-boom sound from their gaming headphones, the Feenix Aria Studio-Grade Gaming Headphones is the gaming audio cans for you. with 50mm full-range neodymium magnet drivers, each individually sound checked prior to assembly, and acoustic chamber crafted from Japanese pinewood for warm and rich sound, the Aria promised to inject audiophile-grade sound quality into your game experience. Continue reading Feenix Aria Studio-Grade Gaming Headphones

ROCCAT Kave KTD 5.1 Digital Gaming Headset

unless you prefer cops knocking on your door, you probably would want to keep the volume of your gaming to yourself with a pair of gaming headset, but that would mean sacrificing the awesome surround boom, boom, boom effect, well.. not quite, if you are talking about the ROCCAT Kave KTD 5.1 Digital Gaming Headset. as the product name suggests, this pair of handsome game-obligatory black headset is blessed with three individual drivers per cup, pushing out 5.1 surround sound that enables every detail on the virtual battlefield to be heard and mind you, we are talking about real-deal 5.1 surround and not virtual surround. this capability is further bolstered by a full-equipped desktop remote with built-in 5.1 sound card and also features ROCCAT Smart Link which allows you to pair your smartphone to the remote via Bluetooth, allowing you to make and receive calls through the headset. Continue reading ROCCAT Kave KTD 5.1 Digital Gaming Headset

Razer Kraken Forged Edition Headphones

the impression of gaming gears, especially headphones, are mainly of polyethylene construct. though hardy, plastic is hardly a material that you would call ‘classy’, much less ‘premium’ at any given level, but the Razer Kraken Forged Edition Headphones you see here is about change all that. featuring earcups crafted from aircraft-grade aluminum and finished in an elegant matte texture, this pair of upmarket gaming headset is hand-assembled to ensure that it has the build quality to match its premium looks and innards. finally, a set of leatherette ear cushions, an adjustable headband and a lightweight, foldable design rounds up the look and wearability departments. Continue reading Razer Kraken Forged Edition Headphones

Turtle Beach iSeries Wireless Headset

the Turtle Beach iSeries Wireless Headset is the newest audio cans from the New York-based company that is billed as the first headsets specifically made for use with Mac and iOS products. positioned as the high-end media headsets, the iSeries, which comprises of the wireless surround sound i60 and the wireless amplified stereo i30, offers premium finishes such as leather headband, as well as leather-wrapped memory foam, noise-isolating ear cups. built aside, both pairs come standard with built-in remote for use with your iOS devices and Mac machine, and in keeping with the clean, obtrusive look, it has dual boom-less microphones setup for clear, high-quality audio chat and works with Siri too, while not looking out of place with your other sleek Apple products. Continue reading Turtle Beach iSeries Wireless Headset