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Five cheap gaming headsets tested
We are doing something new; we discuss a category of products that we have so far been a little leave aside: the peripherals you use when playing a game. The ambition we always had, but now that both console area as in PC gaming many developments, there is all the more reason. We start with the many models headphones that are made specifically for gamers because of headsets is enough to tell you.
We compare things like price, comfort, construction, weight, appearance, connections, accessories and functionality: almost all subjective variables, which can not be caught in readings. We trust in assessing the headsets just our ears, though just what is so subjective. Nevertheless, we believe that we can say about the quality. Anything meaningful precisely because of networking,
For this first test, we have five headsets placed next to each other which are all less than a hundred euros in the Pricewatch. We looked at the models that are popular in the PriceWatch somewhere and placed on the market. Within the last twelve months Each of the most popular manufacturers, we always have a tested model that falls within the price range and is aimed at gamers. That is, we have laid the Turtle Beach Ear Force PX22, Tritton Kunai, Logitech G430, SteelSeries Siberia V2 and Razer Kraken 7.1 side by side: five headsets which nevertheless differ much from each other. So does the cheapest yet fifty euros, while the most expensive, but just within the budget. In the more expensive models from the test, there are also two surround sound can display. Enough to be so. Elaborate on offViewing:-196
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