eDimensional Audio FX Force Feedback Headphones ReviewFormer staff writer - May 11, 2006
Price: $50 USD
eDimensional Audio FX, a name that rolls right off of your tongue, and leaves you wondering, what it actually means. eDimensional is the manufacture of the Audio FX force feedback gaming headset. Being founded in the early part of 2000 by a lot of dedicated gamers, they have been manufacturing gaming gear for the better part of 6 years. Their latest masterpiece of work is the Audio FX force feedback headset. Now whether or not these will compare to some of the gaming headsets that are on the market today is yet to be seen.
When I received these headphones in the mail, they came packaged in what seems to be the current standard for headphone containers. A heat sealed plastic bubble, with a form fitted plastic housing for the 'phones, as well as the cord.
Opening the package (required a little brute force) I removed the headphones, moving down the 8 feet of included cord to the connectors. There is two 3.5mm mini-jacks for both the Speakers, as well as the Microphone.
The 'rumble' motors are powered by 5VDC provided by a USB connector. Coming equipped with a comfy foam headband, as well as a claimed noise canceling microphone. The microphone is on a stiff but maluable stock, and has a nice swivel mount on the left ear cup. The cups themselves seemed to be constructed out of a high grade plastic, as well as they could pivot about 30*. Having a very versatile ratcheting adjustment allows them to be configured for even the biggest of heads.