Overall, I am pleased with the Sharkoon Shark Zone H10 Stereo gaming headset – it is inexpensive and provides good value. It is clear that Sharkoon has a knack for delivering value – we were also impressed with the Shark Zone M20 gaming mouse, which we recently reviewed.
While the headset’s padding is firm, it is comfortable enough to wear for long periods of time and the clamping pressure won’t give you a headache.
Sound quality is well above average – the 40mm drivers are adjusted to give a fairly even sound across a range of frequencies … this does mean that different layers of sound are easy to pick out, whether it be the ambient noise while sneaking around the space station in Alien Isolation or listening out for footsteps in Counter-Strike.
I quite like the yellow and black color scheme, although others may prefer something a bit more traditional. That said though, the rubber yellow cable does attract black marks easily, if it were a different color then this would not be an issue.
There are better headsets out there but they come in at a significantly higher price point. The Shark Zone H10 can be found on Amazon for around £25 – at this price, it seems to compete well in the market and is certainly worth considering.
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- 40mm drivers deliver decent sound.
- Can’t argue with the price.
- Color scheme won’t be for everyone.
KitGuru Says: Sharkoon has delivered a good headset. If you don’t feel like springing for one of the more expensive brands, then the H10 is certainly worth considering.