First up, we have the XR gaming headphones coming in. Dust on the $30 the headphones offer a lot more than the price that comes in. First of all, the designers outlandish and fit the gamer aesthetic. The blue on the ear cups lights up and add the design as well. It also works with PC, Xbox and PS4. Now coming to comfort, it is very comfortable and the paddings are very soft plus the auto adjustable design is very helpful. The audio quality for $3 headphone is also good and you can hear footsteps and explosions. Retractable cancelling mic is also decent at deducting background noise and giving you clear audio quality all in all for just $30 this headphone is a great buy. Now next up we have the MPO gaming headset. As for mPulse headphones, these gaming headphones are good at many departments.
It comes with 7.1 surround sound, 50 million metric drivers, noise-cancelling mic over the years, soft memory, ear Muff and amazing led light on the side air cups. The design is cool and unique and these are crafted for long gaming sessions. The led lights as a cool atmosphere to your gaming experience and the 7.1 virtual surround sound reflect the income environment so we can hear and detect your enemies and incoming threats. The unidirectional and flexible microphone picks up sound with great sensitivity and headphone is also easy to adjust to volume with a mute controlled house on the mic shell and a volume wheel on the ear cup. All in all for just $30 I don’t think there’s a better air phone for this price. Next up we have the only Kumar K six the only [inaudible] seems like a sturdy set of headphones, right of the box with a wide band and good quality plastic and the dual stereo speakers are great for noncompetitive PC gaming.
Listening to podcasts and meetings, they get loud, they stay clear and the rotating microphone can be put up when not in use. And the thick betting around the Cubs also does a decent job of cutting out ambient noise sound around you, giving you a nice immersive feeling while you’re in a game. The headphone itself is very comfortable with a lot of soft bedding and the RGB lighting adds a lot to the already stylish design. If you have $30 to spend on a device that truly looks like a gaming headset and you have a couple of consoles and PC laying around. Next up we have the AKI gaming headset for just under 30 in the future. It offers, this had fun for me as an instant by the design. Looks amazing with the grids on the side and the RGB logo on the inside.
It’s got a sturdy build and it is very comfortable with soft cushion air cups. Dead one has also got 7.1 virtual surround sound so you can be very perceptive inside the game, especially if you’re playing FPS games. The retractable mic is also good and delivers clear audio with minimal background noise. The headphones also produce great audio quality, which is which and treble and bass. I also played war face with this and I have to say I can hear the footsteps of enemies overall for a normal or even hardcore giving sessions. This had will satisfy you. Next, up we have the logic G433 gaming headset. Now I know this had fun cost $70 but if you’re willing to push for that extra 20 then you get an amazing loss Jack headphone. It’s called world band sound and we’re still giving designed for everyday use. It has a detachable mic and a regular auxiliary cable as well as a USB. It’s a dongle for PCs and does this design. This is a lot more practical to use outdoors than other gimme headsets and the boom. Mic is great for gaming as well as making calls. It’s very comfortable and decently well built and this has also got 7.1 virtual surround sound, which is a lot better and that can make a lot of difference in the game as it is easier to pinpoint certain things.