Turtle Beach Ear Force Z SEVEN Gaming Headset ReviewMon, Jul 14, 2014 - 8:54 AM
SEVEN Gaming Headset
The Ear Force SEVEN is a full sized headset with circumaural earcups and is essentially the same in all alternate SEVEN variations. The hinges and earcup padding help to evenly distribute the high clamping force as much possible. This tight fit also passively isolates the ears from outside noise.
The earcup is seemingly made of plastic, though the weight of the headphones also indicates that a high amount of material is being used, probably for a double enclosure driver design. The decorative plate features the Ear Force SEVEN name and a foil sticker of the MLG Pro Circuit logo.
Two sets of hinges above each earcup let them twist enough for a secure fit under the headband’s clamping pressure.
The headband length is adjustable using the commonly used ratcheting mechanism.
The padding on the headband is wrapped in stitched leather including a cross stitch pattern that causes bumps to come off in squares.
The detachable microphone can be bent in any shape and direction. Its unidirectional pickup pattern makes it forgiving of its positioning, but unforgiving when detecting other surround noise.