Once upon a time, in prehistoric times, the Virtuoso Wireless RGB SE headphone model appeared. Now there is a modern, improved and perfect successor. Or, at least it should be. It should be better if guys from corsair marketing want their bonuses.
I knew it. I climbed out from behind the beech with an article on Youtube and immediately new headphones landed on my desk to test. The wolf is hungry and tirelessly encourages his sheep to produce material that he would eat and throw on the web. Well, well, so what kind of invention do we have here?
Performance and unboxing
Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless XTDamn, that’s a name as long as my leadership. But wait, Virtuoso has been here before. Even the name is the same, almost, the last two letters differ. XT instead of SE. According to the first cursory, the headphones seemed identical.
To find out any differences at all, I took a magnifying glass, called a team, and began researching the specifications. The result of the investigation is that the headphones are structurally almost identical, the difference is that the XT version can also use Bluetooth and is Dolby Atmos certified. I and my forensic team of Lojza, a member of the local one-man ultra-right cell, the Nazis and retired postmen, did not find anything else. Oh yes, the weight is still 22 g higher and it is dangerously close to fat 400 g. Otherwise it’s the same. The same look, the same construction, the same hand-picked (supposedly) 50mm speakers with the same sensitivity of 109 dB, the same microphone, and unfortunately, the same sound. We will discuss this further.
There is no point in writing about the packaging, the box looks solid, flatters the eye and will definitely attract those who buy mainly according to the packaging on the shelf. The target is a little different than in the flashy rainbow RGB (LBGTQ or as) room.
Inside there are headphones, a sturdy sturdy fabric case, a USB dongle, a shoelace with a 3.5 mm jack, a detachable omnidirectional microphone and, of course, a USB-C cable. Plus those usual brochures full of praise and celebratory ode to the technology in the headset used.
But to do it well, I’ll sum it up. It is a circumaural closed device with a detachable microphone and four connection options. The USB-C cable, analog twine with 3.5 mm Jack, Bluetooth and wireless represent the company’s Slipstream machinery. The weight of the ingot stabilized at 382 g.
Source: PCTuning – Všechen obsah by pctuning.cz.
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