|Brand Name||Tt eSPORTS|
|Item model number||HT-ISU005EBRE-A|
|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.3 x 0.8 x 1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||1.26 x 0.75 x 0.98 inches|
Tt eSPORTS HT-ISU005EBRE-A Thermaltake ISURUS DUB In-Ear Gaming Headset, Black
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- Electro-plated finishes
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I listen to headphones all day at work, for 12 hours. I wanted comfortable headphones physically that also sounded great and were not fatiguing to my ears in how they sounded. I think I found it.
I compared all of these headphones MEelectronics M9P, M6 (or S6), RHA MA350, Brainwavz Delta, Sony MDR-7506, ThermalTake Isurus, JVC HA-FX40, Philips SHE3590, and Koss KSC75 to DUNU DN-12 Tridents.
The DUNUs are what I ended up preferring for what I wanted. I also ended up keeping the Koss KSC75s and Brainwavz Delta though. The Sony MDR-7506s are my at-home headphones which I had already.
I know, I know. Lots of comparisons. All of these tests were using a Google Nexus 10 with Extreme Quality downloads from Spotify.
Warning: I'm not an audiophile but I did want a nice sound and comfort. These are my impressions and opinions only.
I needed these to be semi-professional looking so no on-ears or over-ears for work, although I did have some at home to reference as far as sound quality goes.
Dunu's were clearer, and seemed to have more extension. Bass had more clarity. M9P was boomier and seemed to have some of that boominess leak into the mids. M9 is cheaper. I may have just used the M9 as they sounded okay but the nozzle that goes into your ear was a bit larger diameter than the DUNUs. For me, this caused discomfort. My ear canals are on the smaller side though.Read more ›
By far the worst part of these earbuds is the rubberized cord. the cord has stayed intact but i cant tell you how. the rubber is semi sticky, it will wrap around and stick to everything. earbuds are constantly yanked from my ears because the cord will entagle itself on anything that even THINKS of getting to close to it. Main offender is the car seatbelt but it will also tangle on other cords, shirt buttons, pants belt, jacket buttons and/or zippers, other peoples jewelry, etc, etc..
Works with a PC (a lot of mics on earbuds only work with Apple products)
Works with an Android
Sound is excellent into the speaker buds
Sound is excellent out of the microphone
The so-called ergonomic design really hurts my ears. Perhaps it's designed for male gamers with large ears, but for this little lady, the design was so painful I had to return them. I tried a lot of different sizes and different styles of earbud cushions--didn't work. The circular area next to the bud rests inside one's outer ear, and that's where it hurts. I'm assuming that a lot of users may not have this problem, or may even find them comfortable. If you have not used this style before, I suggest that you try on some before buying.
I ended up getting, instead, Skullcandy titan which also works on a PC and Android (the mic works, not just the buds) and has as good if not better sound both into the buds from the device and out of the mic into the device, and the price is about the same.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought these as an alternative headset to use while traveling and with full intentions of only using the with my laptop. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Prof101
Broke after 2 months, the back fell out randomly one day, and the wire detached from the earbud housing completely another time while I was taking it out of my ears, I'm a gentle... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jennifer
I enjoy the smaller head phones compared to the other headphones on the market. The head phone case is fantastic too.Published on March 9, 2014 by skye
Loved these earbuds. The sound quality was the best I've ever heard. Its such a shame these aren't made anymorePublished on February 26, 2014 by Ingstuff
i enjoy having a quality product. this is a quality headset, i could very well have more to say down the road, as i have gone through various different headsets in my 10 year pc... Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by Travis J. Franklin
they sound good but don't fit very good .. ,,was a little disappointed they are built tough will hold up to movementPublished on October 15, 2013 by wolfie44
I've had these ear buds for a little over a year and the experience was for the most part amazing. The sound was astounding for the price. Read morePublished on May 24, 2013 by PrAwKsee
Surprisingly good sound for the price (specially if you like bass), good mic and a great alternative if you (like me) don't like those big heavy headsets.Published on May 10, 2013 by Kadu