A Closer Look at the Cronos Headset
Let's take a tour around the Cronos, starting at the top.
Taking the Cronos out of the box, we have a fold flat design, which is something that I'm really coming to terms with. It's a great way to store your headset, especially when travelling to those LAN parties.
A closer look at the base of the microphone.
The connection for the headset to your PC.
There's some great styling on the Cronos, with a nice silver finish on the L and R badges of the headset.
Here we have the uber-soft headband.
A closer look at that ample cushioning.
Here we have the Cronos opened up, taking a look at the inside of the ear cups thanks to its fold flat design.
Here you can see the ear cups up close.
Tt eSPORTS has been kind enough to provide two removable headphone cables - the first of which is for the usual PC gaming, while the other is there for use on mobile devices.
How They Feel On My Head
For $50, Tt eSPORTS is aiming at the mainstream PC gamer, who has a $500-$800 gaming PC and a smaller budget to buy a headset. The comfort levels provided for the price were actually a heck of a lot better than I thought they'd be, and while it might not be the most comfortable headset you'll wear, the price is low.
For hours of gaming, I didn't have many problems with the Cronos; I adjusted them a few times, as I would any headset, but they definitely weren't the type of headset you put on your head and leave them in that single spot.
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