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Redragon Scylla Gaming Headset

RD-H901

Dispatched in 2 to 4 working days
Price
309
RRP
R 349
(-11%)
(4 user ratings)
1 review received. View
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Summary

The Redragon Scylla Gaming Headset is great for a new gamer who is looking for excellent quality without breaking the bank.

Description

Features

  • Crystal clear sound and excellent noise isolation
  • Lightweight and comfortable
  • The omnidirectional microphone offers optimized noise and echo cancelling technology for your voice chat during gaming sessions
  • High quality cable with smart in-line volume control
  • 2m long high quality cable comes with a gold plated 3.5mm connector and smart in-line volume controller

Specifications

  • Weight 286 g
  • Dimensions 20.6 x 18 x 8.9 cm
  • Brand Redragon
  • Colour Black
  • EAN 6950376750648
  • Sensitivity 113dB
  • Drivers 40mm Neodymium drivers
  • Frequency range 20Hz-20KHz
  • Microphone Sensitivity -38+/-5dB
  • Cable Length 6 foot (2 Meters)
  • Headset Jack 3.5mm gold plated
  • System Support Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

Product Details

Barcode
6950376750648
Department
Electronics
Released
10 Oct 2017
Product Group
Headsets
Manufacturer
Brand
Redragon
Platform
PC Gaming Hardware
Warranty
1 Year
Supply Source
South Africa

Customer Reviews

Just about what you would expect from a R288 Redragon

Reviewed by on

I bought it knowing it will be bad moving from sHox-s01 because I needed a Mic and I don't like the extended Mics, nub Mics are not visible when gaming which is cool. The cub foam om this headset is very dense and spongy in that if you put the headset on, you create a high air pressure pocket between the driver and your year, the foam seals the air in, making 1) the audio sound more hallow and 2) literally feel the pressure on your ear drums. To solve this, instead of "putting on" the headset, you can to "slide it on". The sound on this headset is so heavily bass boosted that it is actually funny, try listening to a car engine on this or a tank engine, you can barely make out any fine detail at all and just sounds like the speakers' cones are just flapping around. Stay away from this headset if you appreciate fine detail (even if just a little) in your audio.