Tt eSPORTS Sybaris Wired & Wireless Headset Review




/ 6 years ago

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A Closer Look


The in-line controller is pretty basic with only a master mute for the microphone and a master volume dial, but it’s still handy to have these major controls within easy reach.

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Both the dual 3.5mm desktop and the single 3.5mm 4-pole mobile cable are finished with gold-plated plugs.

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The detachable microphone is really nicely designed with a flexible mid section.

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The base of the microphone features a cable hook up port, meaning the headset only needs one port to connect the microphone and the cable.

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The headband feels nice and tough, but looks great too thanks to a matte finish and a nice Tt logo across the top.

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Both drivers are mounted on a multi direction pivot mount to provide a good fit to your head.

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On one side you’ll find a ventilated back cover and a 3.5mm port that can be used for any of the included cables and the boom microphone.

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The other drive features a rubber flip-up cover on the USB port and on the back of the driver there is a button located on the back of the driver ventilation.

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Underneath the cover is a micro USB port, perfect for charging the headsets internal battery.

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The drivers rotate inwards, which should provide you with a good resting position when wearing the headset around your neck between games.

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Along the side of the headband you’ll also find a master power button and some volume controls. Handy for mobile use as with Bluetooth you won’t have access to the in-line controller.

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Soft leather padding on the ear cups will provide a snug fit.

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Padding on the headband is pretty minimal, as it’s treated with a fairly unforgiving rubber. It does however provide a lot of grip, which should prevent the headset from slipping off your head.

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The interior of the headband features metal sliders to adjust the fit.

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The microphone plugs into the bottom of the driver and can easily be rotated to find a good speaking position, or nudged out-of-the-way when your trying to eat crisps and drink beer while gaming.

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As I described earlier, the cable then plugs into the base of the microphone.

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When powered on or charging, a small green LED indicator can be seen inside the ear cup.

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