Gameskulls GS-1 Tactical Gaming Helmet Headphones


Sound Quality: Audio

Alright enough about that. Let’s talk about the headphones and their sound quality. The ear cups on this headset are large and made to fit over your ears so that outside sounds are not a distraction. I mean really who needs to hear what your wife or parents have to say… errrr, I mean, what a great way to drown out your kids or brothers and sisters. I think you get the point. I hope you get the point before I get myself into any more trouble.

Gameskulls GS-1 Tactical Gaming Helmet

For the testing I employed the use of my trusty media PC:

AMD 9600 Quad Core CPU
MSI K9A2 CF V2 Motherboard
Western Digital 300GB 10,000 RPM Velociraptor HDD
Soundblaster X-Fi Extreme Music
4GB OCZ 1066 Memory
EVGA 9800 GTX+ Superclocked
Liteon DVD Burner
With Windows 7

My wife’s IPOD Nano (No specs here)
and my kids’ portable DVD player

I started the testing with my favorite subject of all time… MUSIC. Starting with my PC and the IPOD the music was muddy with the EQ at the flat setting; this was easily fixed on the PC, a few tweaks to the EQ and I was off and running. The IPOD did not fare so well. The speakers chosen for this headset seem to have a strong emphasis on the bass frequency and this leads to the mids being louder than in most other headsets and due to this I was not able to get an acceptable sound from the headset using the IPOD… but hey, this headset wasn’t meant to be played on an IPOD — it was made to frag.

Gameskulls GS-1 Tactical Gaming Helmet

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