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Review: Ozone Headset

Ozone Headset
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The ozone attack are a good budget headset and not too bad for the money.
It does lack, base and it don’t block out all background noise but for the money you can not go too far wrong

The mini jack 3.5mm connector makes it easy to use and compatible with most portable music players. The headset uses braided cables to add quality and durability, and its in-line controller with volume control and microphone mute functions is a handy interface

– Comfort leather cushions
– Ergonomic Adaptive headband
– Revolution Adjustable mic
– Mini jack 3.5mm connection
– Easy In-line Controller

Microphone
– Mic Dimensions: 6.0 x 5.0mm
– Directivity: Omnidirectional
– Impedance: 2.2K
– SPL:  38dB 3dB

Headphones
– Driver Dimensions: 40mm
– Impedance: 32
– Frequency: Response 15~25kHz
– Sensitivity (SPL): 98dB 3dB

General
– Cord Length: 2.5m
– Plug: 3.5mm jack x2 (headphones + mic)
– Net Weight: 258g

Lack of Base, not a tight fit and also don’t block out as much background noise as i would wish for.

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Ozone Headset
Bottom Line
The ozone attack are a good budget headset and not too bad for the money.
Positives
Cheap
Gold plated connectors
Negatives
Not good for music
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Wayne Lewis

Managing Director & Presenter of GeeksTech.co.uk. Specialises in doing video reviews on technology & gadgets that the everyday non techie consumer can understand.

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