Dubbed the RGH-3300 Pro Gaming Headset, this is one of just four gaming headsets Rosewill offers. Price-wise, it's the company's second-cheapest model, coming in at only $35. Let's find out what you get if you're on a tight budget, and decide to give Rosewill your money, of course.
Even though its name would lead you to think otherwise, there's nothing about this headset that I'd really consider to be "Pro". I don't mean that in a bad way, though - it's just a simple gaming headset equipped with a pair of closed-back 50-millimeter audio drivers, a microphone that can be pivoted upward in order to hide it, a nice, flat, tangle-free cable, and a combination of a 4-pin TRRS connector that works both as an audio in and out, and a Y-splitter to turn that connector into a pair of standard TRS plugs with separate audio in and out connectivity.
With that being said, the Rosewill RGH-3300 can obviously be fully utilized when connected to a PC, but it will also work with consoles (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) and mobile devices.
- 50 mm dynamic driver (neodymium magnet)
- 50 Ω impedance
- 20-20,000 Hz frequency response (specified by the manufacturer)
- Closed-back, over-ear design
- Pivotable, noise-canceling boom microphone
- 1.3 + 1.1 m flat cable
- Weight: 390 g
The Rosewill RGH-3300 comes in a very simple box. Its front displays the headset and its key features, as declared by the manufacturer: angled 50-millimeter drivers, durable comfort (the what?), ergonomic design, and precise sound positioning. For a $35 gaming headset, ambitions seem to be set quite high right from the get go.
On the rear, you'll find another picture of the headset, a list of the contents inside, and a description of more features. The technical specifications and supported devices are listed on the sides. Overall, there's nothing wrong with the box. It appears sturdy and its contents are protected with an additional plastic case. I don't foresee a scenario where the headset arrives at your home address broken, even if it wasn't treated with much care during transport.
Inside, you'll find the headset itself, along with a simple user manual in English only and the 1.1-meter Y-spitter cable you'll need in order to connect the headset to your motherboard or any other device with audio in and out.