Today we’re putting Roccat’s Khan Pro headset to the test. The Khan Pro boasts a light design and hi-res audio compatibility to ‘suit the needs of esports champs’. Team XSReviews hasn’t quite cracked into the upper tier of competitive Counter-Strike just yet, but we’ll give them a fair test regardless. Here’s our review!FeaturesHigh-Res Audio compatible gaming headset Leatherette memory foam earpads Fold-up microphone with auto-mute Earcup volume dial Hinges with 95° of motion Specifications2.45m cable terminating in 2x 3.5mm plugs 50mm drivers w/ 25Ω impedance and 1% THD at 1kHz mic with -40db sensitivity at 1kHz, 60dB [...]
Creative has been a giant in PC gaming since its very inception; its Sound Blaster cards were once synonymous with sound cards. Few people buy dedicated sound cards any more, but Creative are still finding ways to show off their long-lasting aural expertise.
Today we’re looking at one example: the P5 in-ear headphones, part of Creative’s new Sound BlasterX pro-gaming series launched at gamescom last year. The crowd at the packed event seemed to like them, but they couldn’t hear anything above the roar of the show floor anyway. Here’s our take, after going hands-on in the slightly quieter environment here at XSR Towers.