When the e-mail came through about this new GamesterGear headset, I had no idea what to expect. I hadn't heard of the brand before - as with most brands, they get lost in the sea of products available - but once I received the Cruiser P3210 headset, it was straight to business.
GamesterGear sells a bunch of gaming headsets, with a Cruiser series dedicated to the Xbox 360, another series that works for the PS4 and PC, and finally, another series for the PS3, PS4 and PC. The company also offers some shirts for their hardcore fans, if that's something you're after.
The company also sponsors a League of Legends team, with Team GamesterGear, or Team GsG, which are based in Southern California. Let's get into the Cruiser P3210 headset, shall we?
What's In The Box
First, we'll take a look around the box of the GamesterGear Cruiser P3210, then we'll get into the nitty gritty specifications of this new gaming headset. First, the front and back of the box.
On the front of the box, we have a nice white and blue design. We can see the GamesterGear logo front and center, with a clear "compatible with PS3 and PC" part down the bottom left. We can see that this Cruiser P3210 headset has a "rumble effect," something we're going to get into soon.
On the back, we have some detailed specifications, and a quick tease of the Cruiser P3210 headset itself. In the bottom right, we have the package contents. In the box, we have the Cruiser P3210 headset with controller, a detachable microphone, a female 3.5mm to stereo RCA cable, and the user guide.
Outside of the box, we have quite a good looking headset on our hands with the Cruiser P3210.
We have some nice detail on the side, with a gorgeous blue trim on the ear cups of the Cruiser P3210.
The detail continues, with some branding across the top of the Cruiser P3210.
Right down to the USB cable and 3.5mm jack, GamesterGear are rolling through in class.
The controller, which is attached to the Cruiser P3210 headset, gives you control over various audio levels on the headset.
Surprise! A detachable microphone.
The aforementioned female 3.5mm to stereo RCA cable.
Specifications, Pricing and Availability
GamesterGear has crafted a well-priced headset at $109.99, something that is well within the budget of most gamers. There are plenty of more expensive headsets, and at the cheaper spectrum of things, there are just as many choices.
As for the technical specifications, we have:
- Acoustic Design: Closed Back
- Frequency Response: 20hz - 20khz
- Driver: 50mm @ 32 ohms
- Bass Enhance Driver: 30mm @ 8 ohms
- Sensitivity: 112dB SPL, 1mW @ 1khz
- Mic Type: Detachable Boom Mic
- Mic Frequency Response: 70hz - 15khz
- Cable Length: 12.5ft (3.8m)
- Connector Type: 3.5mm for Game Audio, USB for Power & Voice Chat
When it comes to purchasing the GamesterGear Cruiser P3210, you can buy it directly from their website for $109.99.
PRICING: You can find the GamesterGear Cruiser P3210 Gaming Headset for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing but can change at any time. Click the link to see the very latest pricing for the best deal.
United States: The GamesterGear Cruiser P3210 Gaming Headset retails for $69.99 at Amazon.
- Page 1 [Introduction, What's In The Box & Specifications, Pricing and Availability]
- Page 2 [The Review]
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