Category: Head Phone Review\

  • The Bengoo G9000 is a low-cost gaming headset Review

    Even though a high-quality gaming headset might cost upwards of $100, not everyone can afford to get one. We understand your frustration. We admire companies such as Bengoo for giving more affordable solutions for consumers who seek to upgrade from their television’s built-in speaker to a better speaker. Does the Bengoo G9000 headset, on the […]

  • OFM ESS-3086 Collection Review

    THE ESS-3086 line of desk chairs from OFM’s Essentials Collection is where quality meets value, and it elevates the traditional desk chair to a whole new level. In order to provide the best possible ergonomics, this High-Back Racing Style Bonded Leather Gaming Chair in Red was designed. With contoured segmented cushioning, a high back, and […]

  • Amazon Echo Buds (2nd Gen) review

    The Amazon Echo Buds (2nd Gen) are a fantastic set of true wireless earbuds that are priced to compete with Apple’s AirPods. They are available for purchase now on Amazon. However, it boasts a number of user-friendly features such as adaptive cruise control (ANC), a wide range of fit options, and increased performance in some […]

  • Headphones HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II Review

    The HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II is an excellent gaming headset with balanced sound and a casual design that allows it to be utilised outside of the gaming environment. Despite their distinctive colour scheme, they may easily be mistaken for a regular pair of headphones if the microphone is removed. They’re well-made, long-lasting, and comfortable. Because […]

  • NUBWO U3 Review

    All major game consoles now come equipped with a headset for online communication. However, they’re not headsets in the literal meaning of the word. They’re actually very fragile, with horrible sound and a low-quality microphone. A headset upgrade is the easiest technique to improve your console gaming experience. First, you’ll need to bring your own […]

  • Review of Skullcandy Sesh Evo True Wireless Headphones

    The Skullcandy Sesh Evo True Wireless headphones are cheap. They have a simple design, however they seem durable and can passively filter out a lot of noise, such as workplace conversation They have a bass-heavy sound profile that creates significant thud and boom right out of the box. While some users may find them to […]

  • Review of the Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2

    A simple, budget-friendly wireless gaming headset with good battery life and acoustics, as well as a terrific microphone, is the Turtle Beach Stealth 600 Gen 2. It doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles, but it performs just as well as much more expensive gaming headphones that are far more expensive. When it was […]