Sounds Like A Good Deal For $95
The record of specs on Thermaltake’s RIING Pro RGB 7.1 headset is spectacular, it accommodates each an ESS ES9018 DAC and SABRE 9601K amplifier, a retractable mic, 50mm neodymium drivers and loads of RGBs, after all. The over the ear headphones are rated with a frequency response vary of 20–20,000 Hz at 32 Ω impedance which ought to, in idea, work with nearly any onboard sound card in addition to larger finish ones.
Unfortunately, the honeymoon was over as soon as TechPowerUp put these headphones on. There was a relentless quiet buzzing noise produced by the headphones; the noise wasn’t apparent at larger volumes however when listening to quiet audio it was a particular distraction. In addition, the sign from the retractable microphone was so muffled and quiet that folks could effectively have issue understanding you on the RIING Pro. As for the digital 7.1 encompass? It is each bit as efficient as you need to anticipate, which is to say you shouldn’t hassle utilizing it.
Still, for those who like loud music and desire a comparatively cheap and comfy headset with fancy RGBs, you may want to have a look.