Today we test and review the BitFenix FLO headset. A regular version is put to the test in an extensive review here at Guru3D. The stereo headset comes with nice 40mm NeoDymium drivers. Available at a fairly cheap price and four colors this set might be just what the doctor ordered, as they are sounding really nice and offer comfortable wear as well. The BitFenix FLO headset is a somewhat regular stereo headset, but has been optimized in many ways to give it that BitFenix niche, and granted that works out pretty well.
BitFenix Flo Headset PR
From the BitFenix Design Lab comes FLO — the premium PC headset made to move with you. Combining studio-engineered sound and signature BitFenix design, Flo delivers the audio you need at the PC and the styling you want on the road. FLO is optimized for stellar sound. Precision-tuned acoustic chambers equipped with 40mm Neodymium drivers ensure balanced, high definition sound whether you're fragging the opposition, or listening to your favorite tunes on the go. Simply plug in the flexible microphone to dominate your opponents, and then detach it to rock to your own beats during your victory lap.
Colours: Midnight Black, Arctic White, Fire Red, Cobalt Blue
Acoustic Design: Dynamic, Closed-back
Driver: 16µ, Neodymium magnet, 40mm
Sensitivity: 96db /1mW
Frequency Response: 20hz-20khz
Rated Impedance: 68 Ω
Headband Pressure: Approximately 5N
1m Straight Cable With Remote
1m Straight Mobile Audio Cable
2m Straight Cable With Headphone / Microphone Plugs
Gold-plated connectors with 3.5mm stereo mini-plug with aluminium sheath
A headset worthy of being worn on the road needs to look the part, which is why the designers at BitFenix have crafted FLO with a clean, stylish, and modern look. Multiple colors offer plenty of options for a look all your own, and signature BitFenix SofTouch™ Surface Treatment lends a premium matte look and soft feel. FLO is also engineered for maximum comfort. The self-adjusting headband contours to the shape of your head and provides optimal support. SoftFeel™ earcups provide supreme comfort during long listening sessions, and aside from providing astonishing durability, the steel frame structure gives optimal pressure for extreme comfort and maximum noise attenuation.
At a sales price of just under 60 EURO the product offers comfort and fairly good sound really. Wether you use the headset for gaming, or listening to tunes on your smartphone really doesn't matter, BitFenix will deliver the proper cables alongside with it icluding a boomstikcala removable MIC, that you can use during gaming but also Skype.
Anyway, let's read onwards and find out how the headset works and sounds.
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