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Nov 1, 2019
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Overall great though I have some mic. Volume auto adjustment(?) problems.
I really love the feel of the soft cushions, though with it's shape and my somewhat strange (actually not that crazy) ears I can't wear it with the headband straight up, the headset has to tilt forward quite a bit. The audio coming out of these is great! It's very clear, definitely not to base heavy and not tinny either! And I also really like that, with the open back design, I can hear everything going on around me as if I wasn't wearing them. This might not be for everyone but I like it. Regarding sound bleed, so people around me being able to hear what I'm hearing, I haven't actually had anyone notice any sound leakage at all. Though that might be because I usually listen to music and stuff only at comparatively low volume. (If you really want to break your hearing, they sound great at high volume to.) I am also lucky enough to be able to hear most of the frequency range humans can hear and with these headphones I could make out sounds from 37 hz to 19500 hz, which is a higher range than you would probably ever need to be able to hear for normal use. (Comparison: with my Logitec G430 I can hear anything from 33 hz to 17000 hz, both without any audio processing done) I don't know what that info will do for anyone but there you have it. The mic is also great, though if that's the only selling point making it worth it for you and you are only talking to friends over teamspeak or discord, you should probably get the Logitec G430 for way cheaper because after the compression, there is basically no difference in audio quality and my friends say that with both I sound just like in real life. Though if you want to record anything or do anything professional with the mic that just happens to be hanging of your headphones, it's one of the best headset mics that's included in the price of 140 $ (160 $ without the current discount) you can get on a (I'd say) audiophile worthy headset. To get to the last point in this jumble of a review: Looks. Beautiful. They just look great. That's it. They look professional and sound professional. That's great and it'll probably be hard to get any other headset of this quality level that looks this great. PS. I had some audio issues, it sounded just awful and muffled but after installing the latest audio drivers for my motherboard and waiting for a good 30 minutes the audio quality just snapped from awful mic under your pillow to real life voice quality mid sentence. So I guess update all you drivers, download them straight form your motherboard vendors website because all other sources will be outdated, even windows update and then wait for windows update to install any drivers that you missed if you have any problems.
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Would recommend to a friend.
Nov 1, 2019
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