CM Storm Resonar Gaming Earphones Review
Peter Donnell / 6 years ago
A Closer Look
First up we have the protective case, it’s small enough to throw into the bottom of your bag and tough enough to prevent your headset from being damaged.
On the interior there is plenty of room for the headphones, as well as a small pouch at the top to hold the spare ear buds and the 3.5mm adaptor.
The 3.5mm connector is a 4-pole connection, so it offers support for mobile use. It’s gold-plated, features a nicely designed slim fitting and a rubber cap at the back to help prevent cable breakage.
the in-line controller has a pin-hole style microphone, and a small button that can be used to answer calls or play/pause music on mobile.
The flat cable is rubber coated, durable and of a very high quality. Each ear bud features a mechanical dial on the back, this can be rotated a little and physically moves the magnet within the driver to increase or decrease bass to your liking, each driver can have its bass levels adjusted independently.
The driver housing is made from milled aluminium and this gives the ear buds a sleek look and premium feel, the use of aluminium also means they’re very durable and lightweight.
The rubber ear buds can be pulled off, making the ear buds a lot easier to clean, and of course you can also swap them out for any of the extra ear buds that were included in the box.