With so many gadgets out there it’s often hard to keep up with what performs well and at the best possible price. We were very kindly sent the TX 40 Stereo Gaming Headset and we thought we’d share our thoughts.
Incase we haven’t all caught on by now, gaming is popular. Loud gaming and talking in open forums is also popular, which is why it’s essential that for the gaming lover in your life to have a good set of Stereo Gaming Headphones. Enter Gioteck TX 40…
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|Stockist||Catalogue Product Name||Price|
|GioTeck TX-40 Xbox One, PS4, PC Headset - White||£24.99||Visit Store|
These bronze and black overhead headphones have a number of features, including:
- robust design, encompassing real steel, copper plated extenders with a light, flexible and comfortable headband.
- Minimum feedback lucid chat
- 40mm high impact drivers
- Robust build quality
- Alacantra cushioning
- Discreet inline microphone
- Suitable for Xbox One, Xbox One X, PS4, PS4 Slim, PS4 Pro & Mobile
UTCT’s very own self confessed gaming addict, John, tested these out and shares his thoughts:
“First of all, the design of these is incredibly sleek and classic with a black matte and bronze finish. Although these are overhead, they’re not hugely bulky making them easily stored. In terms of comfort, these have what I would describe as a soft pillow type feel. I used these for a good couple of hours and must say my ears didn’t feel sore or uncomfortable at the end of using them.
In terms of performance, I was looking forward to putting these through their paces. I used the TX 40 gaming headset for the Xbox One and played a multitude of games – from football, to car racing and my favourite, combat. I was listening out for background noise, how the sounds balanced out between the two ears and how ‘bright’ the sound was.
I have used very expensive headsets and really was convinced that they performed best but I must admit the TX 40 headset performed brilliantly at just £20. I could clearly hear ‘small’ things like footsteps, reloading effects and voices. I could easily hear the other players and the music didn’t sound ‘tinny’ at all.
Overall, I’m really impressed with these and I’m pretty sure they’ll be making their way onto Christmas wishlists for 2018.”
For more information and to buy the Gioteck TX 40 Stereo Gaming Headset, visit Argos here.
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