EKSA has a history spanning ten years of developing and manufacturing headsets for other companies and has now announced a new gaming headset of its own. The EKSA E900 is an affordable multi-platform headset with wired connectivity and a noise-cancelling microphone.
According to EKSA, the new E900 headset has been developed with the help of pro gamers and game designers to ensure it delivers the best clarity and audio detail at all frequency and volume levels, to provide an immersive listening experience with stereo sound and deep bass without compromising treble.
The E900 headset is equipped with 50mm neodymium speaker drivers to accurately reproduce in-game sounds ranging from gentle footsteps to loud enemy gunfire from every location. EKSA engineers have also outfitted the E900 gaming headset with a high-sensitivity detachable and flexible microphone that features omnidirectional noise reduction to isolate ambient background noise.
Microphone volume adjustment and a one-button mute switch is located on the headset cord and for maximum comfort during long gaming sessions, the E900 includes breathable and super-soft protein foam earcups with an adjustable headband designed to fit all head shapes and sizes.
The durable design of the E900 headset from EKSA is designed to last and EKSA has backed up this claim by offering a two-year warranty with the device. The E900 is built with a sturdy yet lightweight metal frame, with a metal headband and stylish metal arms to give it a premium appearance. The company claims to eradicate any cable quality issues during manufacture to ensure the product has a competitive lifespan.
EKSA’s E900 gaming headset uses 3.5mm audio connectivity and is compatible with PC, Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch or any other device with a 3.5mm audio jack. The headset is available to purchase from Amazon UK, priced at £38.99.
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KitGuru says: The use of high-quality materials in the construction of the E900 headset from EKSA means it could be a good investment at its affordable price. What do you guys think of this new headset from EKSA?