The headphones weigh 320g which is a tad lower than most on the market that are the same size as these. The ear pads are very comfortable and covered my ears fully like they were supposed to.
Something nice about these headpones is that the ear pads move to fit the ears even better, they are made out of a memory foam material with Japanese protein leather.
Both sides of the earphones have a Republic of Gamers print on them. On the bottom of the left earphone they have placed the plugin for the cable, mic, and the ANC button. The ANC feature cancels out noise like speech, low frequency noise, etc. We will talk more about that feature later on during our testing phase.
I talked about the mic earlier and as said its easy to plug in and remove. It looks good and its placed perfectly so its beside your mouth.
These headphones are very light so they are comfortable even after a longer gaming period. The sound is clear both at the highs and lows but the bass is a bit flat for my taste.
At higher volumes the headphones start to crackle and the sound is no longer clear, although you have to go quite loud for this to happen.
I like these headphones, you can pick them up quite inexpensive compared to other headphones that have this quality. The only flaw was the crackling sound if you like to max the sound but otherwise I have not found anything else. They don’t weight barely anything so they feel awesome to have on, while the ear pads move to the shape of the head makes them even more comfortable.
+ Light weight
+ Detachable mic
+ Good sound quality
– Flat bass
– Crackling sound at high levels
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