Ultimate Ears specializes exclusively in producing headphones. They have in their chosen everything from cheap headphones for 30 dollars, and almost luxurious versions in price ranges up to and even above 800 dollars. Today we look at one of their cheap versions and see how much sound you can get out of a set of in-ear headphones for under 60 dollars. In-ear does as its name says that you have the headphones inside the ear like earplugs. Series called Ultimate Ears 100, where Logitech has been involved in over and develop. It is also possible to buy Ultimate Ears 100 on Logitech's website, but much more on this later. Now let's jump into it and look at these little headphones.
When people hear the name Thermaltake, the first they think of is cases, power supplies and cooling equipment, because this is what Thermaltake always has been known for. But this was apparently not enough for the big manufacturer, who now are introducing new types of products. The new products are mice, headsets and other gaming equipment meant for eSport. This brings us to the product we are testing today, the Thermaltake Shock headset , and this is a big gaming headset with a naughty, and very appealing design. Volume regulation, Bass boost and collapsible design is just some of the features of the Thermaltake Shock headset.
Today's product is from the producer Creative. When mentioning Creative, you'll automatically think of sound hardware for computers, which is what Creative has become famous for producing. Creative originates in Singapore where they started in 1981, with the vision of letting multimedia as sound revolutionize the way people made use of their computers. Creative is particularly known for their Sound Blaster series of high quality sound cards. In their wide selection, they have a card for you whether you're listening to music, game, edit, watch movies, etc. As said, it is not only sound cards that Creative's selection consists of. Their selection includes advanced MP3/MP4-players and headsets. The latter is exactly what we're about to take a look at today, a headset. The model is called Sound Blaster ARENA Surround. USB-connectivity, software, surround and VoiceFX is but a few of the features shipped with the ARENA headset.