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TekNmotion Pulsar SX PC Review


Closer Look:

A lot of the newer headphones today have inline control units that let you adjust your bass and treble. The TekNmotion Pulsar SX PC Gaming Headphones have more than the average. The control unit includes the toggle on/off switch for your mic, and volume/vibe controls. You can also select which headset mode you want; lights flashing with powered sub, lights not flashing with powered sub, and standard mode without power usage. There is also a toggle for standard and USB mode. All these options seem to make the inline controller bloated.










As I mentioned before the TekNmotion Pulsar SX PC Gaming Headphones come with a battery pack to be used when you can’t bring your USB cable with you. I suppose you could run a really long USB cable for your morning jogs, but that probably isn’t the most portable option. The battery pack is pretty standard; 4 AAA batteries and you’re on your way to a portable home theater.


The headset seems well made. The plastic pieces are not flimsy and the headset does not seem like it would break easily. The padding for the ears and head look very comfortable, but I do not like the material for the ears. The last pair I had with this type of material made my ears sweat. Testing will prove this as either fact or fiction.


Let's plug this unit in and see what is installation entails.

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (Continued)
  3. Installation & Configuration
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing
  6. Testing (Continued)
  7. Conclusion
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