The gaming headset market is like that of all gaming peripherals--saturated. The Immerse GH60 doesn’t do much to differentiate itself, but its no-frills, all-analogue approach might be attractive to those who are just looking for something comfortable, convenient, and reliable.
The headset is a fully-closed, around-ear design with a permanently attached but retractable microphone on its left-side ear cup. The headband is a two-piece design that uses steel tension bands and a suspended cushion. The ear cups have replaceable ear pads and are attached on swiveling joints, but they don’t appear to be angle-adjustable. The cable is braided, permanently attached, and terminated with a 3.5mm, 4-pole, combination-audio jack.
When it comes to the sound quality, each ear cup holds one 50-mm dynamic driver. The integrated microphone is unidirectional, but we don’t know the type of transducer. It also doesn’t appear to have a pop filter. The cable has a permanently attached dongle that houses a headphone volume dial and a microphone mute switch.
The GH60 is packaged with a pouch, Y-splitter cable, and an interchangeable set of cloth and leather ear pads. We don’t currently have any availability and pricing information.
|Product||MSI Immerse GH60|
|Speaker Drivers||50mm dynamic|
|Speaker Impedance||32 ohms|
|Speaker Sensitivity||96 dB ± 3 dB|
|Speaker Frequency||20Hz ~ 40kHZ|
|Mic Type||Unidirectional, type unknown|
|Mic Frequency||100Hz ~ 10kHZ|
|Mic Sensitivity||-40 dB ± 3 dB|
|Connectors||3.5mm 4-pole In|
|Volume Control||Headphone volume dial|
|Microphone Button||Microphone mute switch|
|Accessories||3.5mm 4-pole to 3.5mm 3-pole + 3.5mm 2-pole adapter, carry pouch, one set each of leather and cloth ear pads|