Creative has created a headset for everyone, that works with anything that outputs via USB, 3.5mm jack and Bluetooth. In my head, that pretty much covers almost everything! Be that: PC gaming, Console gaming & VR gaming, and then when you're not gaming they double down as a really good pair of Bluetooth headphones capable of making calls.
The SuperEQ S1's are certainly worthy of consideration thanks to the use of decent materials, great sound quality and decent noise cancelling & ambient sound features and brilliant battery life, even when ANC and Bluetooth are being used.
The Tonor TC-777 is a price to performance benchmark! An all-in-one microphone bundle out of the box that delivers good quality clarity vocals after a slight volume adjustment, of course. It’s perfect for anyone constantly on the move as it packs up into a small profile, gamers and streamers, as well as perfectly at home as a simple video chat application microphone. In my opinion, it’s a very good value for money option and certainly deserves your consideration if you are looking for an affordable microphone to replace laptop or headset options.
Today being tested by my ears is the simply named the E5, these are wireless bluetooth headphones with active noise cancelling, lets see how they do.
Today I have the EKSA E900 Gaming Headset to test, a budget orientated device in a familiar design, lets see what it has to offer.
The Creative Sound Blaster X3 is a mid-range offering hoping to tempt in people looking for quality audio.
I'll hold my hand up and admit I hadn't heard of Genesis before the review. After experiencing the Radon 720 I won't be forgetting it anytime soon! Read on to find out why I can't wait to see a second revision.
Speedlink are back with the latest in their gaming tools series and this is the Volity ready Starter Set. This set includes everything a streamer needs in the microphone department that is wanting to take his or her setup to the next level.
The Asus TUF Gaming H3 is aimed at gamers wanting something better than a budget headset. Priced at around £60 on Amazon UK at the time of this review is it TUF enough to put up a fight against similarly priced to performance competitors?
The product I have today is the latest incarnation in the Yeti series the Yeti X. What can this condenser microphone offer I wonder?