Artctic Cooling is mostly known for their cooling products and during 2010 they’ve expanded to other markets such as; audio. Todays review will be on one of their latest audio products. We are going to take a look at the P321 headset, with a retail price of around 45$, the question is what type of quality we can really expect from this headset?
About Arctic Cooling:
Read more about the company on their website, www.arctic.ac/en/about-arctic.htm
Dimensions (Packaging) 237 L 260 W x 100 H mm
Frequency Response (Hz-kHz) 12-24
Sensitivity (dB/mW) 97
Impedance (ohm) 32
Driver Unit (Ømm) 50
Output Power (mW) 40
Plug USB 2.0
Cable (m) 3.2
Weight 0.56 kg
The headset comes packed in this grey box which is one of Arctic Coolings main colors. The front has a clear plastic cover so you can see the headset and on the back you can read about the headset features.
This headset has a remote controler hooked up on the cord, and the mic is a retractable one that you can hide if you don’t want to use it.
The headset has a color scheme of aluminum and black. On the cord there’s quite a large remote control and the cord is 3.2m long which is more than any heaset/headphone that I have seen. If you look at the right hand image you can see there is a a mic on the left headphone, the mic is retractable as you can see later in the unpacking video.
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