If you are currently looking for new, affordable gaming headphones, it may be worth taking an interest in the debuting, wired proposition from SPC Gear. This proposal is the VIRO Infra model, which has already appeared in stores, at a regular price of PLN 169 (although the current sales allow for this purchase even in the amount of only PLN 139). The headset has a detachable microphone and offers universal compatibility thanks to the standard 3.5mm mini jack (PC, Mac, PlayStation, Xbox and Switch). The sound coming from the 50 mm transducers is to be characterized by a warm timbre, so we can count on the low tones being favored by the set.
SPC Gear VIRO Infra are new gaming headphones from the popular VIRO series. This time, the manufacturer focuses on lightness and an even lower price of the headset.
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In the materials advertising the product, the manufacturer emphasizes that SPC Gear VIRO Infra are also to be characterized by a light and durable structure (256 grams, metal headband, shells reinforced with metal panels) and comfort of use (earcups made of ‘breathable’ material). The headphones are also characterized by a classic, subdued design without a shadow of LEDs. As for the microphone, it uses a flexible, detachable, directional model with a fairing. The command center (volume control) was placed on the in-line remote control.
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Coming back to the sound for a moment – the transducers in the SPC Gear VIRO Infra model are to provide a classic frequency response in the range of 20 – 20,000 Hz and impedance at the level of 16 ohms. The sensitivity of the microphone is in turn -40 dB (± 3 dB). In the first reviews of the device, attention is drawn to the good quality of workmanship, an efficient microphone and the convenience of use. The SPC Gear VIRO Infra, however, is supposed to be a strongly bass model, which fortunately can be changed by playing with the settings of the software equalizer.
Source: SPC Gear