Cougar Immersa Vs Megara Headset Head-to-Head Review
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
A Closer Look – Immersa
The Immersa is a huge headset, with a long black braided cable, and a 3.5mm jack (4-pole) with an additional dual 3.5mm Y-splitter (dual 3-pole) for PC use.
It features a build in volume control wheel and microphone mute right on the cable, which is always handy to have.
While it does pack 40mm drivers, the ear cups are vastly larger than that, with monstrous ear pads that are designed to give you long-term comfort for marathon gaming sessions, while also helping block out a lot of ambient noise by providing you with a clean fit on the side of your head.
The headband is self-adjusting, relying on a soft padded internal headband mounted on springs to allow for a balanced fit. Despite the large size, the headset isn’t too heavy and feels very well-balanced.
Finally, we’ve got the noise cancelling boom microphone while retracts into the ear cup housing. This means it is out of the way when not needed, you’re not going to lose it like you might a detachable one, and it’s easily adjustable too!