Short Review: Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Shock 3D 7.1
Tt eSPORTS Shock 3D 7.1
Thermaltake, who was known primarily for his houses, potions and chillers, noticed at the time that there was tremendous potential in the devices intended for players. Years ago, Tt eSPORTS was created, under which gamers developed products developed on the basis of their perceived or real needs.
In addition to mice, controllers, keyboards, and chairs, the word-calling brand includes headset, including the headset with a microphone. We tested the Shock 3D 7.1 fantasy model, which, as its name suggests, promises to be a shocking surround sound experience. Of course, besides the games, we also tried films and audio, and at the end of the writing it became clear how much we got hurt.
There are some types of headsets on the board that have a subtle, elegant look, but Shock is not one of them, and at first glance they look at who they are targeting. There is no sign of subtlety, tiny details, all relatively large, accentuated, powerful and littered like a Bulgarian wrestler. This is accentuated by the color scheme and the red corporate logo that is flashing on the side of the loudspeaker’s office, whose task is to constantly strengthen the outside world without any confusion, this is really a gamer model. Of course, this is definitely not a problem, apparently it is an existing design that is demanded.
The packaging did not seem to be overwhelmed, as opposed to one or two competing products, for example, they did not get stuck with a sponge or other cravings. Between a single plastic frame, the product stays in the box, a brief instruction manual, a couple of stickers, and a rugged synthetic carrying case.
|Tt eSPORTS Shock 3D 7.1|
|Speaker||dynamic, 40 mm|
|frequency response||20 – 20,000 Hz|
|Sensitivity||92 dB / mW (1 kHz)|
|Weight||360 grams (microphone 376 grams)|
|accessories||carrying case, instruction manual|
|Extras||control panel, 7.1 channel virtual sound, preset sound modes, software|
|Manufacturer’s homepage||Tt eSPORTS|