CMStorm Resonar Review

Hey look! It’s another CMStorm item being reviewed. Today a look at another set of headphones, this time it’s the CMStorm Resonar Gaming Earphones.

The Resonars are a pair of aluminium encased earphones which have a bass boost toggle on the housing for those moments where extra oomph is needed.  I’ve been curious about these earphones ever since Cooler Master initially released them. I was interested in if the little bass toggle on the rear actually did anything noticeable.

So let’s take a look…

Specifications

 

Model Number SGH-2090-KKTI1
Channels 2.0 Stereo
Driver diameter 8mm
Impedance 20 Ω
Frequency Response 20 Hz – 20,000 Hz
Ear Coupling Intra-aural
Ear Cushions Earbuds
Microphone In-line
Omni-directional
Microphone Sensitivities @1kHz -44 ± 4dB
Microphone Frequency Response 100 Hz – 10,000 Hz
Signal to Noise Ratio 58 dB
Connector Cable 3.5mm headphone jack
1.2 m / 47.24 in
Headset Weight 21.4g / 0.05 lbs
Packaged Dimensions 106 ( L ) * 43.5 ( W ) * 171 ( H ) mm
4.17 ( L ) * 4.35 ( W ) * 6.73 ( H ) Inch
Packaged Weight 138.4g / 0.30 lbs
Accessories In-line media and phone control

 

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