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As we continue to evolve, the need for mobile and wireless technology becomes more and more important. We want to unplug ourselves both in our homes and on the road. We demand to be free from cables, connectors or plugs, and experience life with friends and family freely and unencumbered. Bluetooth devices, have met that challenge, and have integrated technology into our lives in almost all environments. Some newly released devices break the shackles of traditional headphones for the more efficient and mobile Bluetooth models. With many headphones on the market, it is always a great opportunity to explore various models and manufacturers. The FENDA or F&D Paragon HW620 is a device we will be examining today.
When one is out customizing their set up, peripherals are often over looked in one way or another. Most gamers go for the best mouse and keyboard they can get. However, when it comes to audio equipment, many overlook this and just grab something cheap that does little more than make sound come out. People often disregard the importance of a good, quality head set or pair of headphones. In a world where streaming and competitive gaming is becoming so popular the importance of a good headset can’t be overstated.
With the launch of their recent “Master” series of cases, cooling and peripherals, Cooler Master seems to understand what the PC enthusiast of today is after. This couldn’t be any clearer with the announcement of their MasterPulse Pro 7.1 surround gaming headset. Could a company make that many great products in one single line? I’d like to thank Cooler Master for sending us their MasterPulse Pro to review. Now let’s see if this headset lives up to the Cooler Master name.
LUXA2, a division of Thermaltake Technology, offers a wide array of gadgets and accessories and one of which is their audio solution products. Today, LUXA2 has given us a new audio product to test, it’s the new LUXA2 LAVI X Wireless Sports Earphones. It is a pair of wireless and separate earbuds for each ears. Let’s check it out today.
As enthusiasts, we tend to look on the higher end while shopping for hardware and peripherals. I personally discovered in my Edifier M710 review that you can find good quality headphones on the budget side of things. However, was that a rare occurrence? Is it possible that I’ve just been spending way too much money on audio equipment all these years? Edifier has sent 2 more products for Proclockers to take a look at. Their H640P headphones and their P185 ear buds. As somewhat of an audiophile, I love testing new audio equipment. So let’s take a look and see how they held up. I’d like to that the good people at Edifier for again allowing me to test their products. Now let’s take a look, or should I say a listen.
For many gamers, such as myself, there is a few requirements we demand from a headest. It has to be durable, look good, and certainly sound good. Most headsets are able to check off one or perhaps two of these requirements; but it is surprising how few check off all three. I personally review HyperX’s original Cloud Headset and was pleasantly surprised. It check off all three requirements and at a very affordable price as well. Still, some gamers were wanting more. Enter the HyperX Cloud Revolver.
It’s extremely important to have a comfortable pair of headphones for extended periods of use. Generally, it’s excepted to get a good, comfortable, quality pair of headphones, you need to spend upwards of $100 and many times, much more. But is this 100% necessary? Can you get a comfortable pair of headphones, with good quality sound for under $50? The people over at Edifier would like to think so.
If you have ever read any of my other headset reviews, you might remember that I am a bit of a connoisseur when it comes to my gaming audio devices. I like clear, crisps highs, head shaking lows, and generally prefer headsets with larger ear cups. Furthermore, I place a lot of importance on how well the headset’s microphone performs. In today’s review, I am going to take a look at one of the latest gaming headsets on the market that is geared for the more serious gamer.