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Bluetooth enabled devices is a fast growing segment of the electronics industry. Brought on by the proliferation of smart phones, this segment is seeing an ever increasing amount of peripheral devices that extend, and compliment the abilities of smartphones. One of the most common tasks for today's phones include playing music. In fact, most people no longer use a separate device to listen music while on the go, and instead rely on their phones to get the job done. Which brings us to the class of device that is the subject of today's review - the Xtream S2 provided by Adesso.
Cooler Master has been known among PC aficionados for over two decades. By joining forces with some of the world's best eGamers, and eSports enthusiasts, CM Storm was born. Since 2008 CM Storm has focused on Strength, Security and Control as their main focus, earning the praises of gamers from all over the world. We will be taking a look at the Pulse-R Aluminum Gaming Headset, and seeing if they live up to those standards.
Today we are taking a look at the Cruiser P3210 headset from GamesterGear. This headset is designed with PS3, PS4, and PC gamers in mind. The headset features a rumble effect to help with immersion in the game being played through tactile feedback. Let's see how this headset would perform under our tests.
It looks like Cooler Master is taking the whole audio thing pretty seriously. In the past few months we have see them release a total of four headsets. It begun with the higher end Sirus with its true 5.1 channel setup, which produced an offspring dubbed the Sirus S but it did not include a remote and had comparatively lesser sound features. Also there was the Sonuz, lower priced but still featured great mid-range sound quality. Now we have the Ceres-400. The Ceres-400 is the least expensive of all units but CM still promises good sound quality no matter what you are planning to use them for.
On tap we have the SP-HF800A 3-way speaker system. Don’t get this confused with a 2.1 audio system as this set is only two speakers with three drivers in each. Genius is aiming to give the audiophile in you all the frequencies between 80-20k Hz using two 2” woofers and a single 1” tweeter. We will see today if they achieve this with the HF800A.
Are you the causal gamer? You know the one that may get online once in a while to frag and blow up the enemy. Because of your gaming status you don’t want to pay an arm and a leg for a gaming headset. But you don’t want junk. You feel that you really don’t need all the fancy features that come with the more expensive ones? Well, Cooler Master has an answer you and it comes in the form of the Sonuz. They are only $69.99. But what do you get for such a low price? Let us find out.