Thermaltake eSports Shock Pro Reviews

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Thermaltake eSports Shock Reviews

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"The SHOCK is an excellent entry gaming headset, which a clean design and good performance level. Clear, clean sound which is sometime not found on far more expensive models."
"An impressive headset that offers great bang-for-buck."
"Warning: Use of this headset can be shocking!"
"The Shock retails for $60 USD, so it's not meant to be an elite headset. As a result, it is an unfair comparison against the DT 770 high performance earphones. If you're an audiophile, then Thermaltake doesn't have you on the radar. But if you want a good all-around headset for a respectable price, then the Thermaltake eSPORTS Shock is a good option. That is, only if you love heavy bass."
"If you need a decent gaming headset and are on a budget, the Shock is for you. Bear in mind the sound quality won’t beat out your $200 Sennheiser headphones, but they will stomp the iPod stock headphones that you’ve been using into the ground. As the Tt eSPORTS Shock can be found for under $50 it represents quite a value. Like I mentioned before, the bass enhancement can be distracting when listening to music or watching video, but you are buying gaming headphones, and they work well with games. You may be able to do some voodoo magic with your computer’s equalizer to make the bass not so apparent when listening to other things, but your mileage may vary. Overall this is a solid headset and definitely worth your money."
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