Sades Element Headset Review – A budget headset thats comfortable and sounds great, read out thoughts on the Sades Element Headset
The Sades Element headset follows the classic design for gamers built from durable plastic and metal construction.
With simple headband adjustment to make the fit perfect for any head size, the Sades Element is lightweight and I felt no pressure on my ears where normally I would due to wearing glasses.
The ear cups are comfortable and did not cause irritation on long game play.
The headset running on 3.5mm audio jacks the deliver a crisp sound to the 40 mm speakers for stereo sound, there is a USB on the headset however this is only to power the blue LED lights which is a slight disappointment, but that said in this price range it is hard to find a 5.1 system.
The headset features an inline controller for volume and mic on and off which is very handy if you need to mute the team or struggling to hear the game.
The microphone is quite sensitive and picked up on a bit of background noise, however, this did not detract from conversations in-game and my teammates could hear mine clearly with no robotic noises.
On Discord, the sound was clear and conversations hard no issues, in all the mic performed well.
- Diameter : 40 mm
- Sensitivity : 103 dB ± 3 dB/ 1 kHz
- Frequency response : 20 〜 20 kHz
- Impedance : 32 Ω/ 1 kHz
- Handing power capacity : 15 mW
- Mic sensitivity : – 35 dB ± 3 dB/ 1 kHz
- Mic frequency response : 50 〜 10 kHz
- Mic impedance : ≤ 1.8K Ω/ 1kHz
- Mic directivity : omni
- Input Plug : USB Plug & 3.5 mm 3-pole Jack *2
- Cable Length : Approx. 2.0 m/ 6.56 ft
The Sades Element Headset is currently available on Amazon and at the time of writing the cost was £23.97 which is a bargain.