Ozone is one of the new brands on the gaming scene, and their recent designs have drawn some attention. Today, we will take a look at their in-ear headset dubbed Oxygen.
The Oxygen is a dynamic driver in-ear with a microphone on its cable. It also includes a few extras, making it useful for both PC- and portable gaming. Ozone went with a huge dynamic driver for their Oxygen headset. The driver is 11mm across, which makes it bigger than what is featured in most earbuds. Bass is going to be plentiful with such a driver. The earphone's in-line microphone and one-button remote also make it usable with most phones. You even get an adapter and an extension cord for PC gaming; the Oxygen is meant for gaming on the go but can be adaptated for home use. We, to see how it performs, put it to the test in both scenarios!
- 11mm Ø dynamic driver
- 116 dB/mW
- 24 Ohm impedance
- 120cm cable
- 15g weight
The bundle for the Ozone Oxygen is quite impressive. You get a carrying case and a TRRS to double TRS mini-jack adapter, a long extension cable, and three differently sized silicone tips.
The default termination for the Oxygen is a TRRS mini-jack, which makes it compatible with most phones and allows the use of a remote for skipping tracks, pausing music, and picking up calls.