Creative G3 Portable Gaming DAC AMP Review
Peter Donnell / 9 months ago
A Closer Look
The amp is a pretty simple looking device, which is great, as you don’t need anything too complicated. What you want to do is enjoy your gaming, not tinker with a complex amp setup. However, this is small enough that it should get in the way of your experience, and should be pretty easy to travel with too; handy for Nintendo Switch users.
Down the front of the amp, there are three sockets, all clearly labelled too. One for the microphone, one for the headphones, and an optical in.
Down the side, you’ll find a master volume control at the top, as well as a toggle switch to adjust the mix of voice/game audio on the same dial. I’d rather they just included two dials though.
On the other side, you’ll find a master volume control for the microphone, as well as a master mute button should you need the privacy. It seems then, you’re not short on volume controls!
On the top, you’ll find a short hard-wired USB Type-C cable. As I said before though, there is a Type-A adaptor included should you need it. For example, the Type-A can be used for the docked Nintendo Switch, but Type-C can connect directly to the handheld portion of the console.