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The GAME ONE has excellent sound quality and offers good balance between the different sound frequencies. The bass is tight and punchy instead of the overpowering and bloated low-end that most gaming headsets have. Mids have good presence and fullness, so game dialogue should be easily heard. The highs are crisp and airy so a lot of detail can be enjoyed from games, yet the headset is not fatiguing to listen to, even with long gaming sessions. See More
The mic is quite large and while it can be bent further away from the face, its bulk means that it is still quite visible and can hit your head should you remove or put on the headset. Also, the mic can only swing up and is not removable or retractable, adding to the size of the headset. See More
The highs are what make this headset sound good. They are slightly boosted yet are not harsh, which results in a lot of detail. Bass reproduction is okay. While there is not a lot of bass rumble and punch, the bass is present enough to prevent the sound from being too lean. The mids are slightly recessed though, so some movie or in-game dialogue can be a little more difficult to hear, especially when there are a lot of explosions and similar sound effects present. See More
A lot of plastic is used in the construction of this headset, including the head band and the headset's yoke. This makes the headset quite lightweight despite being large, so this is not too tiring to wear, even for long gaming sessions. See More
The ear pads feature thick foam cushioning. Combined with the use of supple faux leather on the ear pads' surface, the headset is great to wear for long gaming sessions, as it is less likely to cause pain on the ears/side of the head. See More
Audio from the mic is clear without too much distortion. Also, it doesn't sound tinny like most integrated mics do, so teammates will clearly hear your voice. The mic also has great noise cancelling properties, so button/keyboard presses or mouse clicks will be near-inaudible. See More
The sound signature of this headset is fun as the highs are clear and detailed while the bass has good punch and power to it. Ambient sound effects will definitely pop with this headset, and explosions will have a lot of oomph as well. Users can also customize the sound by switching through the headset's various audio profiles. See More
The 7.1 surround sound feature helps to improve imaging and sound stage. The sound feels wider and audio sources feel like they are coming from different directions around the user. Not only does this help improve immersion but can also help give the headset's user a better sense of positional audio. See More
The ear pads and headband feature thick foam material which makes them feel real soft and help ease the pressure of the head. The headband also has stitching on the leather surface while the ear pads have a mix of velour and leather which help to prevent heat build-up on the head. See More
Tapping on the the ear cups' outer discs can mute either headphone or chat audio. A dial on the right ear cup allows for audio volume control while there are buttons on the underside of the ear cups to turn the headset on/off or to cycle through EQ profiles. See More
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