Tesoro is a brand you're probably not aware of, but after trying out their latest headset, I think you will be hearing much more about the company going into the future. Tesoro makes a slew of gaming related products, such as keyboards, mice, mouse pads, and audio products.
When it comes to gaming audio, Tesoro has three headsets: the Kuven Angel A1, Kuven Devil A1, and Kuven.Pro True 5.1. The Angel and Devil are the same headset, with the Angel being white, and the Devil being black - did you expect anything less? Both are 7.1 virtual speaker headsets, while the Kuven.Pro True 5.1, as you guessed it, is a true 5.1-channel gaming headset.
Specifications, Pricing, and Availability
What we have here today is the Kuven Devil A1, the black version of the headset, which looks beautiful. It features a unique design and style, which is something we're going to go into more detail about below. For now, let's discuss what the Kuven Devil A1 is capable of.
First off, we have 50mm driver units for some serious sound output, the 7.1-channel virtual surround sound, a frequency response of 20Hz~20KHz, impedance of 32 ohms, and the microphone. We have a noise cancelling microphone with an impedance of 2.2K ohms, frequency between 100~10KHz, and it is a high-quality mic to boot.
As for pricing, Tesoro is pricing the Kuven Devil A1 at a devilish price of just $79.99, something we're going to also talk about in detail later.
What's In The Box
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, Pricing, and Availability & Package]
- Page 2 [A Closer Look & How They Feel]
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