It was time to get another budget headphones to replace my old Logitech headphones. While scrolling through the internet, I came across these budget gaming headphones from Armaggeddon - the Ironsight Nuke 7 2019 Edition 7.1 surround sound gaming headset.
The main reason I bought the headphones was because I had good a experience in the past with their Molotov-5 headset. That pair of headsets lasted me a long time.
I bought them from the All IT Hypermarket for only RM89 + RM6.50 (delivery charge). A real deal.
The headphones have 7-colour lighting with pulsating EFX. The colours change automatically. They connect to my PC or laptop via USB.
The earpads are comfortable and cover my ears completely. As for the sound, I can't complain. The bass is good and clear. I watched several movies and it was fine. Though it looks big, it is not heavy (258g).
The cables (2.2 m long) are durable kevlar reinforced which means that they will last longer. I have realised that the first things to go on headphones are normally the cables and the earpads.
I will review these headphones again in the future to let you know how they performed in the long run.
Here are the specifications:
Drivers: 50mm, with Neodymium magnets.
Frequency range 20 - 20Khz
Impedance 32Ω ± 5Ω
Sensitivity 112 dB ± 3 dB
Mic impedance <2.2KΩ
Mic Sensitivity - 43 ± 3db
Mic Frequency range 20 - 16KHz