Ozone Strato 5.1 Gaming Headset ReviewIndybird - September 21, 2010
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The control panel for the Strato is a generic C-Media control center. The layout is fairly simple and the whole control panel is broken up into five tabs. The first tab is the main settings. Here you adjust the input channels, DSP effects (such as virtual 7.1), output speakers and modes and output device adjustment. Moving over to the mixer tab you can adjust the volumes of the speakers and microphone. This panel confused me somewhat because it showed multiple outputs along with line-in and SPDIF in, even though the headset obviously does not have any of these. Moving on to the effects tab, you can adjust the environment (delay and reverb) effects, environment size, a graphic equalizer and equalizer presets. The next tab, Karaoke/Magic Voice has your basic microphone noise cancellation and boost along with pitch-shifting and voice cancellation. Lastly, the information tab simply shows your device and software info, along with the system tray icon check box.