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Gamdias HEBE M1 RGB Gaming Headset Review

Introduction


Gamdias is a brand we haven’t seen on eTeknix for quite some time, so I’m very happy to see their products back in the office! We kick things off today with a look at their massive HEBE M1 RGB gaming headset, which is set to hit the market at around £77 and promises powerful performance and a few extra gimmicks to sweeten the deal.

“The HEBE M1 RGB comes packed with features and latest tech. True RGB engineered to provide stunning illumination lighting and vibration effects. It also comes equipped with the latest 7.1 premium virtual surround sound technology to offer the most immersive 3D sound experience to ensure you hear all sounds with pinpoint accuracy for that all-important competitive edge.”

With powerful 50mm drivers, the HEBE M1 promises a big sound, and with the addition of some rumble loving vibration drivers, it should be great for those who also like to feel that extra kick in their bass note and explosions while gaming.

“The advanced unidirectional noise-cancelling microphone makes you loud and clear, and screens out extraneous noise from outside your game. It’s easy to flip the mic out of sight when not in use. HEBE M1 RGB headset is the ultimate synthesis of performance and comfort.”

Powerful drivers, a good quality microphone, and RGB lighting are certainly ticking the right boxes for a gaming headset, so let’s move on and take a closer look at what it has to offer!

SPECIFICATION – HEBE M1 RGB

  • Sensitivity: 119±3dB
  • Impedance: 32 Ohm + / – 15%
  • Driver diameter: 50mm
  • Driver magnets: NdFeB
  • Microphone size: Φ6*5mm
  • Microphone sensitivity: -40db±3db
  • Microphone Pick up Pattern: Unidirectional
  • Vibration Unit Size: 30mm
  • Cable length: 2m
  • Plug type: Gold-plated USB plug
  • Dimension (LxWxH): 188 × 104 × 230 mm
  • Application UI: Yes

Packaging and Accessories

The box is nicely designed, showing off the overall design of the headset and featuring a small window to see the actual headset.

Around the back, a quick rundown of the main features and support, such as the USB connectivity, in-line controller, and RGB lighting.

In the box, you’ll find the headset comes hard-wired with a long USB cable, and that’s about it really. There’s some documentation in the box, but other wise this is a take it out of the box, plug and play ready product.

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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