A Closer Look at the Kuven Devil A1 Headset
If our Google Glass unboxing of the Kuven Devil A1 wasn't enough to whet your appetite, then let's look around the headset in more detail before we move onto how it sounds, which is the most exciting part of the experience.
Starting off with a look at the Kuven Devil A1, from the top, you can see the square ear cup design, and the super-long microphone. The massive amount of padding at the top of the headset is also evident here, but we'll take a closer look at that in a minute.
These are some of the most comfortable ear cups I have ever used. You can see that they are quite wide, so they should fit over most gamers' ears.
Here you can see that thick headband, which was comfortable for me for hours upon hours of gaming.
In profile, you can see that Tesoro has its branding, and is telling you to 'Break the Rules'.
On the left, we have one side of the controller on the headset, which allows you to control the volume, and turn the mic on and off. On the back of it, we have the Tesoro logo.
There are three cables in the box, and the top cable is a long, 3.5mm cable that takes both the headphone and microphone cables, and extends them to your PC. To the bottom left, we have the 3.5mm to USB cable, which will convert the cable to USB to plug into devices like notebooks, or if you had speakers on your PC and didn't want to use the 3.5mm jack, the USB port will do. The last cable combines the two cables on the headset itself into a single cable that is capable of being plugged into a device like your smartphone or tablet for listening to music on the go.
Here is closer look at the USB converter cable.
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- Page 2 [A Closer Look & How They Feel]
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