- Freq Range: 16-20KHz
- Impedance: 32 Ohm
- Max Power Output: 60mW
- Sensitivity: 91dB
- Plug: 3.5mm Stereo plug
- Length of Cord: 2.4m
- Type: Noise-Cancelling Condensor
- Impedance: Low
- Sensitivity: -63dB
The Headset is a good quality product that enables voice recording or communications. It plugs into a 'Mini Jack' (3.5mm plug) in either a computer or stereo etc.
It has two plugs, one for the microphone, and one for the headphones.
It has a confortable piece that slips behind the ear, to hold the speaker and the mic-boom in place, it is adjustable, and needs some re-adjustment each time you put it on, because it resets itself to the original position.
The Headset is usable on either ear, provides reasonable quality sound, though no extra bass boost, but the headset wasn't made for techno music, more likely voice communications.
Overall a good product.
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