Cougar IMMERSA Stereo Gaming Headset Review

Audio/Others by stefan @ 2017-01-02

Cougar are not supporting 7.1 software audio for this model since it is a stereo version, but it comes with bass-tuned 40mm Neodymium drivers which are great in games, while needing a bit of tuning from the sound source in order to be pleasant for watching the rest of multimedia content. The product does also feature an in-line remote which is not intrusive and allows adjustment of the Volume on-the-fly, along with the microphone mute function. The supplied ear cups are large and provide comfort even longer gaming sessions, while the headband is automatically adjustable, as we have seen with other high-end headsets.

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A Closer Look Contd.

Another padded leatherette element is the headband, which automatically adjusts each time we use the product:




The top side of the headband is carrying the manufacturer logo in orange color:



On the laterals of the headset, we will also get to see markings of the left and right channels, so we would wear the product in a correct manner:



The left cup is also holding the retractable microphone:



Its body is enough flexible so we were able to bend it in the desired position. It is also equipped with noise cancelling technology for filtering background noise, so the conversations can be performed in optimal conditions:



The headset cable is braided and we are also offered an in-line remote; one of its functions is volume control:



The other side comes with a microphone mute switch:



The headset can be used right away with combo jacks which carry signals for both microphone and headphone:



For more compatibility, we are also offered a braided 4-pole splitter which allows connection to PC sound cards or other systems which require this type of connection:



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