ZiggySmalls
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Jul 26, 2022
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Solid value. Don't think twice about getting it on sale.
I needed an upgrade to my current Razer headset with a nice closed back for two reasons: 1. I needed to drown my gaming son out without going the noise-canceling route. 2. I needed to not drive my wife insane when working from home with my music. I almost picked up the PC38X on sale and I'm glad I held out. The GSP 602 delivers on everything I wanted, sounds good, and is comfy to boot. I have thick glasses frames and after some extended work sessions did not have discomfort once I dialed in the adjustments.
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The foam around the ears is solid and thick. I'm bothered by nothing while listening to music at a reasonable volume, and there's headroom to bump tunes even when coming straight off my PC. The volume dial feels sturdy, and the mic has a distinct click to indicate mute/unmute as you raise and lower it. Friends and coworkers alike report that the audio is clean from the mic, and they pick up none of the music I'm listening to (unlike my last set). I can get a bit warm in this headset without the ceiling fan running, but such is the closed-back life and I don't feel it was bad enough to knock the rating down. On one hand, I almost want to say only pick this set up on sale like I did, but after some use and considering my Razer headset was $130, the $220 price point still feels fair. I paid $150 for the GSP 602 and it feels worth every penny and some.
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Would recommend to a friend.
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