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SpeedLink SL-8793-SBK-01 Medusa NX - Auriculares 5.1 con micrófono

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MarcaSpeed-Link
SeriesMEDUSA NX 5.1 Surround
Peso del producto340 g
Dimensiones del producto30 x 24,2 x 10,8 cm
Número de modelo del productoSL-8793-SBK-01
ColorNegro
  
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ASINB0046XG5L0
Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº141.727 en Informática (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Producto en Amazon.es desde6 de octubre de 2010
  
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Audifonos: Supraaural
Color del producto: Negro
Conectividad del dispositivo: Alámbrico
Longitud de cable: 3,8m
Peso: 340g


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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Head phones 15 de marzo de 2013
Por Osiris - Publicado en Amazon.com
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great head phones my 2nd set, kicks ass for gaming or music, Surround sound works great and hooks up quick
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Wrong headset sent. Sent me usb one and not 5.1 one 24 de noviembre de 2013
Por Chad Curran - Publicado en Amazon.com
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You sent me the wrong one and or you have the wrong label for your product. I wanted the SL-8793-SBK-02. What I got was SL-8795-BK which is the one with the USB.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Be gentle 27 de abril de 2013
Por Boris Volkov - Publicado en Amazon.com
Greetings everyone.

First of all, I'm not an audiophile, and I always look for "true" 5.1 experience in the headphones that I buy, for gaming purposes, and I always benefited from these types of headphones.

I've used 4 (3 different) 5.1 headphones so far. First one was the very first Medusa 5.1, material, 5.1 sound and audio quality were great. I've used them for a couple of years till they eventually stopped working for multiple reasons, so instead of attempting to repair them, I moved on with a Razer 5.1 product, which was awful and was only able to use them for 2 months... Finally, I found the newer versions of my broken headset, and decided to give them a shot.

I'd like to talk about he problems that I've experienced with this product. The material quality is not that great, and especially the cables near the volume controller will put a heavy strain in the solder joints in the controller itself, you may lose certain speakers/power/microphone after a while. I managed to re-solder and connect the broken cables, but eventually the plastic material gave up on me, headphones got broken in half from the left earcup, but I wasn't treating these that gentle, so it is part of my problem.

If you check other "true" 5.1 headphones, you might run into a lot of bad reviews regarding to poor material quality, and poor cables, and so on. After reading tens of these reviews, I decided to go with the headphones I know, and bought another pair of these (found limited red edition somewhere). This time, I am treating these very gently so that plastic material will withstand daily usage even more, but the problem with cables still persist. Be warned; if you cannot re-solder the joints by yourself, these headphones might have a very short lifespan.

Now that these things are said, I'd like to move on with the audio quality. The older model that I was using, was great when it came to 5.1 quality, and audio quality. These pairs, not so great, especially the 5.1 doesn't sound very good till you get used to them. The rear speakers aren't placed as far as like on their older brothers, that's the main problem. Aside from 5.1, which takes time to get used to, the audio quality is enjoyable, but main purpose of these headphones is, gaming.

The microphone angle can be adjusted easily, and provides a nice sound quality. However, sometimes it picks up the sound that the headset generates, so the VoIP programs need to be set up accordingly to prevent feedback and echoes. My biggest problem with the microphone is, you cannot mute it by clicking anything on the headset itself. But most of the VoIP programs (I use TeamSpeak), you can set a button to mute the microphone, so it isn't a big deal.

This headset also sits nicely on my head, and it is comfortable. The other headsets (Razer and older Medusa) were causing me pain after using them for a while, as they were pressing my ears, while these "float" around them. These are open, so there isn't any sound isolation or whatsoever to speak about.

TL;DR: Be gentle while using these. Cables might represent a problem which is easy to repair by yourself, but still, be warned. Surround takes time to get used to, rear speakers and front speakers aren't spaced out enough to tell the difference till you get used to the headset. Audio quality is in the middle. Microphone quality is over the middle.


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