Gaming earphones, you say? When will this gaming madness ever end? If those were your first thoughts, I can't really blame you, because I for one thought exactly the same. At first sight the Roccat Vire DOES sound like reinventing the handsfree. Anyway, precautions aside, let's see if the newcomer does what it says in the tin!
I'd imagine just about every gamer out there has heard about Roccat, so I'm not going to run through their history and product range here. The only Roccat product we've had for a review was the Tusko flatscreen bag, which scored silver award.
The earphones come packed in a very nice box with a door and a window for peeking the actual earpieces. There are all the details that matter, and then some, printed on the box, and one should have a good idea of what he.s getting already before buying the product.
- Frequency response: 18~22,000Hz
- Sensitivity at 1KHz: 105±3dB
- Impedance: 32Ω
- Max. input power: 5mW
- Drive diameter: Ø14.2mm
- Sensitivity at 1KHz: -38±3dB
- Impedance: <2.2KΩ
- Directivity: omni-directional
If the numbers given by Roccat are accurate, the frequency response should be decent, and there should be enough noise to make your ears bleed.
Inside the box there are the earphones, two adapter cables (long 130 cm, short 17 cm), a pouch and ofcourse the quick start guide/warranty information leaflet. Everything is neatly packed, and it.s almost a shame to unwrap the cables and start taking pictures. Almost.
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