TekNmotion Pulsar SX PC ReviewDesja -
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I will be testing the Pulsar headphones against the Sennheiser 437 HD and Fatal1ty headphones. I am going to test these three major competitors as far as sound quality goes for gaming. I want to see if there truly is one that comes out the overall victor. I will be testing sound quality, bass, distortion, and total volume (with clarity). The scale will be from one to ten, with ten being the best.
Bass and distortion:
The Pulsar was louder, but it did have the advantage of being powered via USB. When it comes to quality of sound, the Pulsar headphones were lacking compared to the competitors. I tested the Pulsar's mobile ability and I must say I wasn’t very impressed; the inline controller and the battery pack were always in the way while listening to my MP3 player. I don’t foresee anyone using the battery pack in the future. While it was a good idea in theory, TekNmotion either needs to remove the battery pack or make it more compact in its next attempt.