Cooler Master CM Storm Sonuz Gaming Headset Review

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Review category: Audio
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The Cooler Master CM Storm Sonuz Gaming Headset has major bang for the buck. It has great build quality, stylish, comes with large comfy earpads, 53mm drivers, flexible headband, removable/repositionable quality mic, affordable and a 2 meter braided cable with in-line volume controls.



Derrickb1974's picture
Joined: 08/16/2012
Posts: 6

How would these compare to the CM Storm Sirus? These do look nice also.

Joined: 10/15/2010
Posts: 10

Those headphones look very sleek and seem comfortable.

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Joined: 10/29/2006
Posts: 569

I'd need a microphone in a headset that can handle frequency responses down to 80Hz, but that's just me. Maybe I'd like a headset with a 53mm driver and a microphone that is larger than the one in the CM headset.

Also, you might want to move the microphone a bit farther away from your mouth. Maybe the sound quality can be improved a little.

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Joined: 05/16/2012
Posts: 10

What sound card did you plug this into? I'm specifically interested because many sound cards have worse microphone inputs (noisier) than others, and this one sounded really good. Thanks Rodney

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