teSports Shock 3D 7.1 has two 40mm drivers with a 20Hz-20KHz range that can emulate 7.1 sound for positional audio when you are gaming. In addition to gaming, eTeknix listened to a variety of audio sources and found the headset to be useful for listening to music and movies. The earcups will take some breaking in but once your ears have shaped them apparently these are very comfortable to wear. If you don't mind virtual surround sound and are looking for a gaming headset that is under $100 then take a peek at the review.
"TteSports products have been a popular choice with gamers around the world for many years now, the companies unrelenting focus and dedication to the gaming scene has seen them produce some of the best performing and some of the most competitively priced peripherals on the market today and hopefully, we’ll be seeing a repeat of that again today."
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To make the review more
To make the review more understandable, they should use non gaming headsets as a point of reference.
How does its audio quality compare to the sennheiser HD558 ($100)?
Or the AKG K240 ($78)
Or the Sony MDR7506 ($80)
Or the Sony MDRV6 ($89)
2 speakers to emulate 7
2 speakers to emulate 7 speakers, heard by 2 ears. What were they thinking?
That the brain is easily
That the brain is easily fooled.