GAMDIAS HEBE M1 RGB Gaming Headset – Review

A Closer Look

The packaging is nicely designed with a number of features listed it also has a window cutout so you can see the actual headset.

The back goes into a few more of these features and has a full shot of the headset itself

Getting it out of the box, everything seems rather large. GAMDIAS specifically state it has an oversized earcup design and they are not lying. These things are massive!

As noticed on the box and website it says that they have a Gold-Plated USB plug but for some reason, this isn’t the case and they only have a normal one.

The cable itself is really nice and makes a nice change from standard braided cables. It has a protective plastic sheath which surrounds the entirety of the cable.

In the middle of the cable there is a similarly large control, which feels quite empty. It has buttons that can control the mic, the lighting, the vibration and of course the volume.

The headset feels well-made and features a steel band with a suspended inner headband which provides a comfortable fit, although as per the video does not have a lot of clamping force which can and does make them feel a bit loose.

The earcups are well padded and soft, making it a very comfortable headset to wear for long periods.

The mic can be retracted most of the way into the left earcup and while I would have liked it to be fully hidden, the fact it retracts partially is still an improvement over those that do not retract at all.

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