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CM Storm's Resonar Earbuds Have Adjustable Bass

By - Source: Tom's Hardware US | B 3 comments

Cooler Master has announced a new gaming headset branded with the CM Storm gaming brand from the company. The headset consists of a set of in-ear earphones along with a microphone along the wire. It will be known as the Resonar.

One of the key features that Cooler Master advertises with the headset is the patented Bass FX technology. In short, this allows you to change the location of a magnet inside the earbuds in order to achieve more or less bass without the use of software. Furthermore, the frequency range for these earbuds is a perfectly acceptable 20 Hz to 20 KHz and the 8 mm drivers provide an impedance of 20Ω.

Included with the earbuds are two additional sets of eartips in different sizes along with a carrying case and an adapter to split the microphone and headphone signals into two separate jacks. The cable of the headset is a flat-style cable which should prevent it from getting knotted up.

Pricing is set at €39.90 for Europe, and because we have no official US pricing information, we're assuming this one will cost about $40.

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    clonazepam , July 1, 2014 6:04 PM
    I think they should test them out and see if they survive the washer and dryer. I now know mine do. Might help with sales, idk ;) 
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    badhomaks , July 1, 2014 6:44 PM
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    I think they should test them out and see if they survive the washer and dryer. I now know mine do. Might help with sales, idk ;) 

    When I'm buying headphones I look for quality and general durability more than than the ability to resist a wash.
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    rishiswaz , July 2, 2014 7:57 AM
    Quote:
    Quote:
    I think they should test them out and see if they survive the washer and dryer. I now know mine do. Might help with sales, idk ;) 

    When I'm buying headphones I look for quality and general durability more than than the ability to resist a wash.

    does it have to be mutually exclusive?