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Altec Lansing AHS-602I 3-D AUDIO AND GAMING ( AHS-602I )
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- Altec Lansing SRS 3-D Audio Gaming Headst AHS602i
- SRS 3-D Audio technology, an audio enhancement technology that provides a realistic and spacious listening experience through headphones
- This award-winning technology retrieves the spatial information from surround recordings and restores the original three dimensional sound field.
- Games and movies have never sounded better!
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MODEL- AHS602i VENDOR- ALTEC LANSING FEATURES- 3-D Audio Gaming Headset with Microphone Altec Lansings AHS602i features SRS 3-D Audio technology an audio enhancement technology that provides a realistic and spacious listening experience through headphones. This award-winning technology retrieves the spatial information from surround recordings and restores the original three dimensional sound field. Games and movies have never sounded better!* High Performance 40mm neodymium drivers deliver a wide frequency response and bass you can feel! * SRS 3-D Audio technology thrusts you into the game experience! * Closed ear-cup headphone design improves clarity and minimizes ambient sounds. * Noise-rejecting microphone helps minimize background noise. * Handy multi-function controller regulates volume surround effect and microphone volume (High-Low-Mute) to mazimize communication control. -- SPECIFICATIONs ----------------------------------CONNECTORS - (2) 3.5mm plugsFREQUENCY RESPONSE- Headphone : 20 Hz - 20 kHz Microphone: 100 Hz - 16 kHzIMPEDANCE - Headphone : 32 ohms Microphone: 3.32 K ohmsSENSITIVITY - 40 dB V/Pascal +/- 2 dB (headphone)
Top Customer Reviews
In all honesty, it is more of an echo than surroundsound. To me, it sounds like any other headset, just a bit louder. The microphone however is really good. I use Dragon NaturallySpeaking 8.0, and I noticed a tremendous accuracy increase when using this headset.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO PEOPLE WITH GLASSES:
The cup ear pieces press the glasses into your head. After about two hours, it gets quite uncomfortable. They fit very very snug around the ears, but this causes the ends of the glasses to poke into your head behind your ears. The headset is also quite tight, even after adjusting it.
To sum it up, the sound is fair, and the microphone is great.
The headset is comfortable, but like Alex, I need to re-adjust because like all headsets I've tried, it starts to hurt after awhile. Simply stretching the headset outward to loosen the spring resolved this issue for me.
Only con is you need 1-AAA battery for the "surround sound booster", which you can turn on & off at will. Found that it has to be on for mic use, headphones will still work. Tip: don't forget to turn off when not using or you will kill the battery. Not a big fan of needing and replacing batteries for a pair of headphones.
The inline volume control, and housing for the AAA battery required for the SRS boost is clunky making this headset a pain sometimes. The circuit board inside the housing will most likely break after a few drops, or smashes off a computer chair.
The sound is pretty decent, but whenever I use the microphone I can hear a constant hissing in the background.