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Tech Review Tuesday: Sades A60 vs. Kotion Each G2000

Posted 16th October 2018 By: Derpina

Tech Review Tuesday: Sades A60 vs. Kotion Each G2000

Esports News – Gaming is fun, but it can also be deadly serious if you want to take it to the next level. Hence, beginners in the competitive gaming scene seek user-friendly but extreme gaming pieces built for functionality and durability. Responding to that, this week’s episode of Tipify Gaming Equipment series presents two beginner-friendly gaming headsets for players who are just getting started: Sades A60 and Kotion Each G2000. Determine which of them can give you the ultimate gaming immersion.

SADES A60

First and foremost, a headset should be capable of delivering impressive and immersive audio for music and gaming. The Sades A60 can do just that and more because it has the SADES high-performance decoding chip, USB 7.1 virtual channel surround sound, Xhammer 4D physical vibration, and SHOCKING SOUND technology. And surprisingly, it only costs $24.99 USD on Amazon, Newegg, and most marketplaces. The aforementioned features of Sades A60 can deliver a frequency range of 20-20 KHz and sensitivity of 113dB +/- 3dB at 1 khz. A headset as responsive as this is perfect for any game genre with fast-paced environment, you’d be surprised how smooth and clean the sound is, and how it can capture every sound of your gaming adventure.

The Sades A60 went through a new headset design for the ear cups, making the outside body look like one of those futuristic technological inventions. A new version of PU leather was used for the ear cups, a type of material with split leather back and polyurethane leather. It can reduce heat and sweat no matter how long you use it. The newly-introduced material for Sades 60 makes it bigger than most headsets in the market, but it’s surprisingly light for its size.

Kotion EACH G2000

The Kotion Each G2000 is another beginner-friendly headset with a low price-tag and impressive package. It’s surprisingly close to one of pro gamers’ high-end favorites, and it’s only priced at $23.69 USD on Amazon, Newegg, and other gadget stores. The headset features 50mm magnetic neodymium drivers, omnidirectional microphone, and glaring LED lights. Most gaming headsets next to the 23-dollar price range only have 40mm drivers, so it’s really impressive that the Kotion Each G200 can deliver more. Additionally, all the features combined can provide a frequency response of 20 Hz-20kHz. You can play games in a loud environment, and you won’t hear a thing.

The overall build and design of Kotion Each G2000 are as impressive as its internal features. It has glossy black surfaces and chrome side details that make the headset visually appealing to any user. For comfort, it has soft padded leather ear pads and thick braided cable to protect your ears from getting numb after long hours of gaming. For convenience, it has a small control dongle in the middle that allows user to adjust the volume of the sound and the microphone.

Now that you’ve seen the specs of each gaming headset, which one will you kick start your gaming experiences with, the Sades A60 or the Kotion EACH G2000?



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