Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Isurus In-ear Gaming Headset Review

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Now that the hysteria surrounding video game violence has somewhat died down, people are starting to look at the positives of being able to vent their frustrations virtually. After all, you don’t want to keep all that negative energy bottled inside until one day it comes out in the form of a drop kick to the face of an annoying TSA employee while you’re at the airport, as satisfying as that may sound. Having an outlet to express yourself is not just good for your physical health but your mental health, as well. Sure you can frag your frustrations away but nothing can ever replace the satisfying scream of anger you can dish out over your headset. Believe me, I’ve tried typing but by the time I’ve finished writing my complaint on how much of a n00b my teammates are in the chat window, my ire has died down considerably before I could even press the enter key.

 

 

A good headset is important not just for talking, of course; hearing the footsteps and gunfire behind you while playing is just as useful. Despite the heavy action, you’d want to be able to distinctly hear unit movement from rockets flying and grenades exploding. After all the gaming is done, it would also be nice if that headset was useful for other activities, like talking on Skype or Google voice with friends and relatives, or narrating an audio track for your recorded fraps gameplay, so you don’t have to put in Drowning Pool's “Bodies” as an overlay track, like a million other unoriginal losers on YouTube. If versatility is what you are after in a headset, Thermaltake’s Tt eSPORTS brand just might have the product for you.

 

The Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Isurus is an in-ear headset that is not only great for gaming but for regular use, as well. The Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Isurus is compatible with various multimedia players and cellphones so you can take it out on the road when you are away from your gaming rig. Ergonomically designed for comfort, the Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Isurus headset can deliver hours of gameplay excitement without straining your ears. The Thermaltake eSPORTS Isurus has rubber coated wires for durability and gold plated audio jacks for optimal style. For on-the-go gamers who want an alternative from the large and bulky gaming headsets, the Thermaltake Tt eSPORTS Isurus is here.

 

 

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