Well, I’ve certainly enjoyed my time with the Nash 20. Lets have a recap.
From a design point of view the headset does really well in my eyes, I love the clean design with the matte black finish broken up only by the branding on the headband. It has the stealthy look that many want in a headset of this price and it also has the quality to match, the Nash 20 really feels like a polished package design wise.
In terms of performance I was very happy with this headset, the music quality was excellent, the game audio was clean and from a directional point of view its about as good as stereo sound gets; I personally don’t rate Dolby headphone trickery. From a comfort point of view the headset is also superb, it has got to be the most comfortable headset I have ever used. The microphone is the only real disappointment, its not bad but its not quite up to scratch for the price point in my opinion.
So is the Mionix Nash 20 good value? It’s hard to define value once you get to this sort of price range, but when you consider the quality, aesthetics, comfort and performance I would say the headset earns its price tag, with only the slightly disappointing microphone causing it to drop half a star on performance and value.
Overall though the Nash 20 is a great offering from Mionix, it easily walks away with a Gold award for being such a well rounded package and the quality and stealthy aesthetic also earn it a Design award.
I’d like to say a big thank you to Mionix for today’s sample, I hope to see more from them in the future.
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– Gorgeous stealthy design
– Great materials and quality
– Superbly comfortable
– Excellent audio quality
– Microphone could be improved upon
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