Recently I reviewed the Supsoo G813 3.5mm Gaming Headset and was left very impressed with the quality and price both making it my top choice for 3.5mm stereo gaming headsets in the under $25 price category. I also received the Supsoo G800 USB gaming headset to review, and I will tell you that this one I was not as impressed with. Let’s see why and showcase more of the Supsoo G800 Gaming Headset.
Supsoo G820 Specifications
1.Loudhailer diameter: 40mm(NdFeB)
2.Frequency range: 20-20.000Hz
3.Sensitivity: 110±3dB at 1kHz
4.Impedance: 32 Ohm at 1khz
5.Max Input power: 30mW (maximum)
6.Mic Dimension: 6.0*5.0mm
7.Mic Sensitivity: -38dB +/- 3 dB Magnet
8.Mic Frequency range: 50-10kHz
9.Mic Impedance: ≤ 2.2kΩ at 1khz
10.size: 15.5 x 2.0mm
11.Plug: USB Plug
12.Cable length: Approx.1.5m
13.Distortion: smaller than 5% THD
14.Approximate Weight: 300g
Video Review of the Supsoo G800 USB Gaming Headset
Which is better the Supsoo G800 or the Supsoo G813? Well the Supsoo G800 is a USB Gaming headset but the microphone sounds flat, hollow and just doesn’t sound as good as the Supsoo G813 which uses 3.5mm jack. However the higher quality headband, ear cups and the cool LED lights and 6 color options may be more important to you than the mic quality. This headset also supports extra vibration to make you feel lower bass and simulate that deep base feel which is a neat trick that cheaper headsets use to make the bass seem deeper.
For me the Supsoo G800 would be a get higher marks for the build quality and the sound, but is a mediocre score at best for the microphone. I will say Windows 10 isn’t kind to USB mic headsets and if you need to boost your Mic Gain you may need to use software like APO and PEACE to boost the gain:
But even with the mic gains, the microphone sounds flat and you just don’t have that quality that you would expect from a gaming headset mic. All in all if you care more about the sound than the mic this headset may work for you, but there are far better headsets with both mic and equivalent sound like the Sades A6 and Sades A7 headsets which I thought were better in the mic department.
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