Cohesion XP 2.1 Gaming Chair with Audio
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- Gaming chair; made to be used while you're playing video games
- Has two wired receiver audio speakers built into the chair
- Also equipped with volume control and in/out headphone jacks
- Lightweight and comfortable
- Meets or exceeds all Consumer Product Safety Commission standards
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The Cohesion XP 2.1 Gaming Chair is lightweight and comfortable, perfect for use in any room of your house and includes wired receiver audio and two speakers.
Optimize your video-game playing with this gaming chair from Cohesion. The chair features two wired receiver audio speakers along with a volume control and in/out headphone jacks. It is lightweight and comfortable and meets or exceeds all Consumer Product Safety Commission standards.
Top Customer Reviews
It definitely serves its purpose, but not very well. The edges of the seat are not padded at all so if you have wide shoulders or hips expect them to be sore after sitting for more than half an hour. The way the front edge rises up also makes my feet go numb if I rest my legs on it (it is padded, but rises up too much from the seat). It's to the point where I have to place a pillow behind my back and bend my knees to let my feet rest on the ground instead of stretching them out. I am a 6' 2" guy with wide shoulders and hips, however, so it may be different if you're shorter or have a smaller frame.
The sound quality from the speakers is OK at best. It comes with a fairly medium-length cable to connect it to an audio port, although the splitter to directly plug composite audio to the chair, but it doesn't denote left and right so you have to experiement. You can pull off the splitter and it's a male-to-male cable that can plug into any audio jack. The "out" port for audio makes the sound really grainy, so if you were hoping to plug your headphones into the chair it won't sound pretty. The speakers are also angled slightly up, meaning you have to rest your head very far back to hear anything without jamming the volume to 11. They are directional, though, so you shouldn't hear too much outside of the seat and that can be good for those that don't want to use headphones but also don't want to bother people in adjacent rooms.
Altogether, I don't exactly regret buying it since it works, but I definitely would not but it again.
My advice, Keep looking.
I'm sure this is nice, cheap chair for a child, I just wish they would have advertised it as such