As our regular readers must have noticed, we've recently paid much more attention to audio gear than before. Today this trend continues, as we take a look at Roccat's new headset - the Kulo. Just like all the headsets we've reviewed, also the Kulo is aimed at gamers, and just like most sets it also uses traditional stereo headphones, rather than surround. Now lets see what the Kulo can offer and if it can challenge the others audio gear we've reviewed.
Package & Specs
- Frequency response: 20~20.000 Hz
- Impedance: 50 O ± 15 %
- Sensitivity@1kHz: 102 dB ± 3 dB
- Driver: 40mm neodymium
- Frequency response: 70~20,000Hz
- Sensitivity: -47 dB ± 3 dB
- SNR: 50dB
- Impedance: 2,2 KO
- Directivity: Bi-directional
- Type: Noise filtering
The Kulo comes packed in a cardboard box with a large plastic window showing the headset inside. Inside everything is secured in place so shipping damage is very unlikely. The box has all the specifications printed on it.
Talking of specifications it's pretty much what we've seen with other similar sets. The stereo headphones pack 40 mm neodymium drivers, delivering 20-20000 Hz frequency response and sensitivity of 102 dB. The bi-directional microphone has a slightly narrower frequency response and a high sensitivity of -47 dB.
Inside the box there's the headset, a quick installation guide and also an ID-card that lets you register to the Roccat World-service. The headset is a traditional analog one, so it connects to the computer with two 3,5 mm plugs and doesn't need any drivers.
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