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Audio-Technica PG1 Headset

Audio-Technica PG1 Headset

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Gamers, rejoice: the Audio-Technica PG1 is here and ready to meet all your gaming and audio needs. Featuring a closed-back design, it has a large 44-millimeter driver in each ear that’s been specially tuned to deliver a lively, detailed sound Read More

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kenshinesca
50
May 30, 2019
The audio quality on this was decent but there is an awful amount of crosstalk. Meaning game audio is transferred over to the mic so if you're talking to friends and an explosion happens that sound will transfer to the mic and your friends will hear the sound echoed. This is caused by poor shielding on the wires. This happens even with the mic muted unfortunately. Mic quality is good compared to some other gaming headsets.
FoolsGoldOwl
178
May 30, 2019
Would have considered it if it didn't have that cringey as fuck "premium gaming headset" printed on it. Ironically makes the headset extremely tacky
teknocode
5
May 30, 2019
How does this compare to the Sennheiser PC37x? I am not too impressed with it and want a replacement with a mic. I use the AKG K7XX when I play solo, which is fantastic.
thewind32
35
May 30, 2019
Have you tried bringing the two cables together? For example, see https://antlionaudio.com/blogs/news/pro-tips-part-2.
teknocode
5
May 30, 2019
I have. It was a pain for my setup. Two headphones/headsets works better for me.
jackblades
14
May 30, 2019
Anyone know more about this headset?
zamboknee
66
May 30, 2019
From TrustedReviews.com....Sadly, the ATH-PG1 disappoints in terms of audio quality, with bass levels that never really create the impact required for most games, movies and music. 
Aekold
6
May 30, 2019
Too bad that review doesn't mention anything about positional audio within games (footsteps, environmental effects, etc.). As a gaming headset, this is probably one of the more important features to analyze. The review does mention sound quality, though, and while bass level preference can be subjective, the hearing tinny sounds at high volumes is not. I typically love Audio-Technica's sound signature, so it's bit disappointing to hear about the tinny sound. :(
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