GAMDIAS HEBE M1 RGB Gaming Headset – Review

GAMDIAS are a brand I have fond memories of from my days working in IT retail. They don’t seem as big on these shores as when they first hit but I am glad that I have a chance to take a look at their HEBE M1 RGB gaming headset.

The HEBE M1 Comes equipped with RGB lighting (what doesn’t), virtual 7.1 surround sound, 50mm drivers and a directional microphone finish off this large headset package.

 

Specifications

  • Sensitivity:¬†119¬Ī3dB¬†
  • Impedance:¬†32 Ohm + / ‚Äď 15%¬†
  • Driver diameter:¬†50mm¬†
  • Driver magnets:¬†NdFeB¬†
  • Microphone size:¬†ő¶6*5mm¬†
  • Microphone sensitivity:¬†-40db¬Ī3db¬†
  • Microphone Pick up Pattern:¬†Unidirectional¬†
  • Vibration Unit Size:¬†30mm¬†
  • Cable length:¬†2m¬†
  • Plug type:¬†Gold-plated USB plug¬†¬†¬†¬†<<< WRONG
  • Dimension (LxWxH):¬†188 √ó 104 √ó 230 mm¬†
  • Application UI:¬†Yes¬†

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