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Meze 99 Classics Headphones

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Meze 99 Classics Headphones Review – Call me shallow, but i feel deeply in love with the Meze Classics 99 headphones even before I heard them. Those precision carved, hand-finished, solid wood earcups, stainless steel headband, self-adjusting headband strap, and sumptuous ear pads all lend a luxury...

Thermaltake Shock Console

Thermaltake SHOCK CONSOLE

Thermaltake Shock Console Review – Gamers demand a lot from their headsets, but one area where most fall short is in the category of compatibility. As a result, we tend to have one headset for our gaming consoles and another for our PC. Thermaltake’s SHOCK CONSOLE...

Kingston HyperX Cloud II

Kingston HyperX Cloud II

Kingston HyperX Cloud II Review – The simple and chunky design of the HyperX Cloud II headset is all but identical to that of the original HyperX Cloud and indeed the underlying tech is only a slight revision on the original, but thanks to the excellent...

Steelseries Siberia Raw Prism

Steelseries Siberia Raw Prism

Steelseries Siberia Raw Prism Review – As soon as you take them out of the box you can tell that the Raw Prism is the budget little brother of the rest of the Siberia series. The build quality isn’t near that of its more expensive siblings,...

Steelseries Siberia V3/Prism

Steelseries Siberia V3 Prism

Steelseries Siberia V3/Prism Review – Similar in design to the great Steelseries Siberia V2 headset as well as the pricier V3 Prism, the V3 headset features two large ear cups connected with a structural band and a floating head strap that sits the headset lightly and comfortably...

Steelseries Siberia Elite Prism

Steelseries Siberia Elite Prism

Steelseries Siberia Elite Prism Review – The absurdly massive, overstuffed pads on the Elite Prism make the headset look something like a set of training wheels for your head. They’re huge. On the upside this sheer size does make for some good passive noise cancelling, but...

Audio Technica ATH-M40x

Audio Technica ATH-M40x

Audio Technica ATH-M40x Review – Much cheaper than the ATH-R70x, this headset still shows off Audio Technica’s skill at making truly excellent headphones. As with the R70x, the M40x are a pair of headphones pure and simple. There are no in line controls, no mic,...

Turtle Beach Earforce Z60

Turtle Beach Earforce Z60

Turtle Beach Earforce Z60 Review – Even when not using one of the preset audio profiles – gaming, cinema or music – and setting the EQ to flat, the Earforce Z60 headset still has some really impressive bass. The massive 60mm driver in each large, comfortable...

Audio Technica ATH-R70x

Audio Technica ATH-R70x

Audio Technica ATH-R70x Review – While most of the headsets we’re looking at in this roundup are specifically gaming related with all the bells and whistles that usually come with their place in the market – attached microphone, flashing lights, pumped bass to accentuate explodey things...

ASUS Strix 7.1

ASUS Strix 7.1

ASUS Strix 7.1 Review – Almost the polar opposite of the ATH-R70x headset, the ASUS Strix 7.1 comes with all the bells and whistles you associate with gaming headsets. There are lights, EQs, an attached mic and a flashy design that makes the headset look something...