Gadget review by Matt S.
The 40mm dynamic speaker drivers do a generally good job, particularly with playing clear voice and melody music. If you’re looking for the deep bassy surround sound experience, then you’re probably better served elsewhere, but budget headsets never offer that kind of experience, and the Warrior is no worse than some of the others I’ve tested. Having good, clean sound feedback was particularly beneficial for the video recording and editing, which is where I immediately found the best value in the Warrior. The mic picks up voices nicely, while doing an adequate job of blocking out ambient noise. I need to turn the fan off, and hope no helicopters fly overhead as I record, but in most instances being able to simply plug the mic into the PlayStation 4 controller and know that it will work is all that I’m looking for.
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