As I have said in the past I love sound and music. I am one who listens to a wide range of styles, from Rock-a-Billie to Rap, Christian to Blues, I find value in all genres. I used to love listening to it loud, but as my age has increased, that has changed a bit.
I have tested a number of speakers, along with a few expensive higher end headphones, and the EasyAcc Gaming headphones are right up there with them all which I found to be surprising for Gaming headphones.
First of all, the color is wonderful. The green and black look wonderful together. They are sturdy and well made, and do not feel as if they will fall apart overnight. The fit is tight but not so tight that I would worry about brain squeeze. (I actually get very bad headaches in a short period of time and so far, no headache while using the EasyAcc headset.) The cord is not flimsy like some I have tried, and the inline switch that adjusts the volume is just as stylish as the headphones themselves.
So, it looks good, but how do they sound? Ok, I put them on and one of the first things I noticed, aside from the grip, was that the pads around the speakers fit over and around my ears very nicely. They were not uncomfortable in any way and when I put on my favorite test song, (it has great base, and highs as well), I was not disappointed in the quality. The sound is sharp, and here is the rub, I boosted the volume to full on both the computer as well as the headphone inline volume control, and I heard “0” distortion at all.
As I said, I had the volume on high and like I expected, I could not hear anything except the music. I asked my wife if she could hear anything while I was wearing the headphones, and she said no, so I took them off, while the music was playing and still even with them off of my head I could not hear any sound while not wearing them. This is to me very nice as my volume will not disturb those around me.
The last and perhaps most important extra feature is that of the mic. I did a very quick test with only minimal changes to the master controls, and the mic was outstanding. I did the test with the TV playing in the background, and my voice was sharp and clear, and sounded wonderful. There was no trouble hearing me over the noise from the TV. That was good news. In a Gaming environment, there may be other sounds, and it is clear that my voice will be heard very well over and above all of the other sounds in the room.
I am definitely going to recommend these headphones. They performed better than I expected. I tested them with my hearing aids in and they were very comfortable. I listened to several different styles of music and the performance was spectacular. I tested the mic, and honestly believe that it performs very well, aside from all of these, they are comfortable, stylish and just plain great.
I have worked in and around many different types of computers. In the Navy, I used a magtape drive computer that was a step down from pen and paper. I later worked for a big computer company and after that, taught computer class’s nation wide. I had the privilege of teaching 14,000 students in a 2 years period of time. Afterwards, I owned a small computer training and repair shop for a few years. I have owned C-64’s, Pc’s of various types, Amiga’s, and even Mac’s. I now have included the android to my collection. At any time, I have close to 15-20 computers or combinations of computers and game systems in the house. I look forward to more.