The Shock Pro RGB gaming headset is perfect for budget gamers with a retail price of only £35.99. It offers many features such as a 40mm neodymium driver, 256 color illumination with 7 preset colours, a auto-adjusting headband design and a retractable microphone. But is this headset one to avoid or shockingly good value for money?
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- Connectivity: PCs, MAC, PS4®, Xbox® One and mobile devices.
- Lighting: 256 RGB illumination with 7 preset colours and 2 lighting effects
- Cable length: 2.2 Metres, braided
- Connector: 3.5mm plug x 2, Usb x 1
- Driver unit: 40mm Neodymium Magnet
- Channel: Stereo
- Frequency response: 20 HZ ~ 20 KHZ
- Impedance: 32 OHM
- Sensitivity: 97 +/-3DB
- Mic: Omni-directional
- Noise cancelling Mic: No
- Mic frequency: 100HZ-10KHZ
- Mic Impedance: <2.2K OHM
- Mic Sensitivity: -38 +/- 3DB
- Box contents: Headset, Manual, warranty guide, Y-cable 2 to 1 converter
- Good price
- Decent sound at this price point
very quiet andflimsy (see update below)
- Multi-platform connectivity isn't very streamlined
- RGB lighting requires USB connector
Microphone Update (25/02/2018): Tt eSPORTS sent us over a second headset in order to retest the microphone. The microphone on this headset is much better than our original sample and is now usable, although it is still slightly quieter than I would like. However the clarity is pretty impressive for such a cheap headset.
You can purchase the Shock Pro RGB here for £35.99
Kitguru Says: Overall the Shock Pro RGB headset isn't bad. There's a few things that could be improved and we're waiting to hear back from Thermaltake about the microphone. However it's comfortable to wear and has decent sound quality. If the microphone is improved this headset is a very good option for budget gamers.