Attitude One Almaz Headset Review

Conclusion

When I received the Almaz headphones I didn’t really know what to expect. After digging through the packaging and the amount of included cables however, it’s easy to see that Attitude One have put a lot of thought into both how the Almaz look and perform.

After looking the Almaz headphones can be had for around £100 but you get a lot for your investment, with the Almaz functioning brilliantly as a headset for gaming and great for carrying around with you.

When put to the test, the audio was a little bass heavy, but in a good way compared to other headsets I have used and it certainly did not impair or overpower the overall output. With that said the Almaz are happy playing anything that it can, from metal to pop and sound brilliant.

One thing I would have liked is for them to be a bit louder, though this in part may be because of how loud my normal headset can go.

Once again then another absolutely solid product from Attitude One, despite the issues with the headset controls the Attitude One Almaz headphones are a brilliant bit of kit.

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