In our search for the best gaming headphones we've already looked at four different headsets and found major differences in design, use comfort and also sound quality. Today we have a new contender from Tritton - an American manufacturer established in 2000. The new model they sent us for a review is PC 510 HDA, and it's a gaming headset of the 5.1-variety. Now lets see how it compares to the audio gear we've reviewed earlier.
Package & Specs
- True 5.1 3D Directional Audio with no Emulation
- 8 Precision speakers with adjustable volume for front, rear, center, and subwoofer channels
- Connects directly to your 5.1 sound card – no driver required
- Detachable Flexible Microphone with Mute
- Adjustable Headrail and Supple Earcup Padding
- Durable 9ft (2.75m) Primary Cable
- Breakaway In-Line audio controller
- USB Powered – no AC adapter required
- Speaker Sizes: Front - 30mm; Rear - 30mm; Center - 23mm; Sub - 40mm
- Sensitivity: 118dB+-3dB at 1 mW, 1 kHz
- Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 30 kHz
- Magnet Type: Neodymium
The headset comes in a white and orange box with an opening door and a window to show the headset inside. The features and technical details are printed around the box, and overall the packaging is very informative.
Being a surround headset, there are total of eight drivers, ranging from 23 to 40 mm in size. The cable is 2,75 meters long, the sensitivity very high at 118 dB and the frequency response covers the range from 20 Hz to 30 kHz
Being an analog headset there's no need for driver disk, so the bundle is limited to manual, microphone and the controller. The controller is a separate unit connected to the headset via a large breakaway connector, so in case the cable gets stuck, the connector disconnects before the cable gets damaged.
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