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Ozone Spark and Attack Headset Review

nVidia_Freak    -   December 19, 2010
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Conclusion:

I've evaluated Ozone's two newest headsets - The Spark and the Attack. The headsets are relatively inexpensive with the Spark being the more expensive of the two ($5 to $10 more).  But, even though both of them are priced competitively and the Spark just a bit more money, I have a hard time seeing how that extra cost is justified. The Spark's sound is very honky and muffled, as though you're wearing earmuffs. The microphone specifications look better on paper but it really produces no discernable differences from the Attack. The Attack on the other hand, is very musical, clear, nowhere near as fatiguing and is cheaper. Although Ozone's questionable quality control makes it hard to recommend either of these headsets, it's an easy choice for me to recommend the Attack. It's not only better than the Spark, it's cheaper, too.

Spark

Pros:

  • Physically less fatiguing than the Attack

Cons:

  • Sound is not as clear as the Attack
  • More expensive than the Attack
  • More fatiguing than the Attack
  • Questionable QC

 

Attack

Pros:

  • Overall clear sound
  • Cheaper than the Spark
  • Better than the Spark in nearly every way

Cons:

  • Somewhat uncomfortable
  • Mildly bass heavy
  • Questionable QC



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
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  3. Specifications & Features
  4. Testing
  5. Conclusion
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