Monday, February 8th 2016

GIGABYTE FORCE H7 and H5 Gaming Headsets Now Available

GIGABYTE, the world's leading premium hardware brand, today announced the availability of the FORCE H7 and H5, two high-end gaming headsets integrating superior comfort and acoustic performance to deliver rich, clear and premium sound that pushes immersive gaming experience to a new level.

Featuring true 5.1 Surround Sound, the FORCE H7 boasts a total of 8 speaker drivers to bring out the finest audio quality available in today's popular game titles for creating a true-to-life gaming environment. The gold-plated dual subwoofer drivers are added to the mix to allow gamers to get blown away by the rumble of gunfire and explosions. The embedded USB sound card ensures the surround sound is pure and interference-free, while the audio equalizer enables gamers to customize audio settings based on individual preferences.

The FORCE H5 incorporates dual 50mm neodymium drivers with the SRS surround sound engine to present a vivid 360° sound field, allowing gamers to accurately identify the direction each sound is coming from. The speakers are acoustically inclined for a much enhanced audio perception with rich detail. The onboard USB sound card requires no software and lets gamers get straight into action with the easy plug-and -play connectivity.

Ultra-comfort Design
Both gaming headsets feature a fully adjustable, lightweight industrial design with metal headband and swiveling ear pads to accommodate all types of head shapes and sizes. The one-of-a-kind hexagonally-shaped ear cups completely enclose the ears as opposed to sitting on them which provide superior comfort, while allowing gamers to concentrate uninterruptedly from any outside noises. The memory foam ear cushion wrapped by protein leather adds extended comfort needed for wearing long hours over prolonged gaming sessions.

Access to Non-stop Gaming
The FORCE H7 and H5 come with a retractable microphone for crystal clear in-game communication with the fellow players. The mic boom can be easily stored when not in use. The touch control panel makes adjustment of the volume and microphone muting quick and easy without interfering the ongoing gameplay. When on the go or joining a LAN event, the gaming headsets can be folded and stored in the supplied carrying pouch/case for maximum portability.

For more information, visit the product pages of the FORCE H7 and FORCE H5.
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3 Comments on GIGABYTE FORCE H7 and H5 Gaming Headsets Now Available

#1
peche
nice one!
i like their design :toast:
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#2
NC37
Like the folding idea, but theres no way to use a sound card that you buy. CM Sirus was great for this because it came with both the USB sound card solution, and connectors to plug into whatever sound card or onboard sound you had.

Also no idea of quality of the build or if those ear pads can be interchanged. CM Sirus got the ear pads right but the build quality is terrible. I've got mine a mess of duct tape atm because going on a few years it just started cracking and falling apart. Think the solder has micro cracks too because the audio is flaky on one side.

Kinda sad when you buy an expensive set and it doesn't last any longer than the cheap sets.
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#3
Rockarola
NC37 said:
Like the folding idea, but theres no way to use a sound card that you buy. CM Sirus was great for this because it came with both the USB sound card solution, and connectors to plug into whatever sound card or onboard sound you had.

Also no idea of quality of the build or if those ear pads can be interchanged. CM Sirus got the ear pads right but the build quality is terrible. I've got mine a mess of duct tape atm because going on a few years it just started cracking and falling apart. Think the solder has micro cracks too because the audio is flaky on one side.

Kinda sad when you buy an expensive set and it doesn't last any longer than the cheap sets.
Try Steelseries Siberia headsets. I have just got myself the V3 due to recommendations from fellow gamers. I have a weird head and lots of piercings in my ears, making me quite picky about headsets, but it really works for me...can't make any statements about the long-term durability, but it feels really solid!
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