While you can’t quite fool the senses into believing that the game world is the real world, yet, you can make the experience a thoroughly exciting affair. In today’s crazy electronic race to A.I., humans have created some very impressive screens, and high speed chips that can make a game look pretty damn real. So once you have the system, the right screen, you will want to decide between a booming audio system that can shake the floor and a pair of isolation headphones. There are gaming headsets, too, like the Custom Game by Beyerdynamic, that immerse you in the world of your game. The only thing I wish they had available is that of a smell-related accessory that brings the aroma of the game alive; though, I can imagine that being awful smelling at times, depending which game you play. (Update: A company by the name of Scent Sciences is working on the ‘ScentScape,’ but is currently in development.)
What I think is the most interesting aspect about this headset is the sound slider they incorporated, which allows you to switch between for audio profiles, each meant for a different audio experience. The construction is solid, the ear pads are soft and comforting, rather than becoming wearisome or painful with too much use. A standard 6.35mm jack adapter and a 1.5m Y-extension cable comes with this headset. Overall, after receiving a pair from Beyerdynamic to trial and review, I found them to be a quality headset with good sound, and features unlike most other headsets on the market.
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