Wireless Network Adapter
+ Total (United Kingdom):
A build that has been upgraded since it was a pre-built Medion PC. The original pieces are the i7-2600, 8 of the 16GB of RAM and the 2TB HDD. The rest has been added over the course of 5 years, through many iterations.
A no-nonsense mouse. Needed one that was ambidextous, didnt want to shell for a Razer Taipan after my old one start having issues (although did last for 3-4 years, so not razer bashing.) Software is lacking and synapse macro control was much better than the Mionix stuff. -1 for poor software.
Sound was a bit off compared to my tatty/old MTH-50s, but after adjusting EQ settings with an ever increasing profile from low to high starting at -3.5 to 2, with the movie preset, they sound just as good. Dynamic Range Compression is off, DTS-X is on. The microphone isnt great compared to my old modmic, but for gaming and discord, its fine. The wireless is reliable, not laggy and the wireless reciever has some neat features, like the ability to plug my phone into the Line IN and have it play through my headset wirelessly and simultaneously with my PC audio. Build is excellent, aesthetic is non-gamery (perfect) and the price is actually very reasonable for the use it will get and the features compared to others on the market. Best headset I've owned. -1 star for mic, but a trade-off im willing to make.