Speedlink Medusa NX

The headset itself looks great in it’s matt black colouring and grilled earpieces.


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There’s a Speedlink embossed logo on non mic’d headphone, and a Medusa NX bit of text beneath that. Running around the central belogo’d plastic, is a honeycomb grill which I assume is to allow air to circulate around the internal speakers. It could also just be for aesthetics.


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Each earphone has a thick strip of foam padding running around the rim.


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The headstrap is made with the soft foam with that wrinkly material found on most headsets of this type.


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The microphone is attached to a bendable strip of material about 6 inches long. It should be able to reach the mouth of even the biggest of heads.


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The volume control is very similar to the original Medusa’s, with volume controls for Front, Rear, Central and VIB (Bass). There’s also an on and off switch, and a bright red LED.


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The cables to connect the headset to your PC are quite numerous. The ones and their colours are: red-mic, yellow-centre/sub, black-rear, green-line-in and a USB connector to power the whole contraption.


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