Lately, we often talk about Logitech MX Master 3. But today, it’s the turn of an interesting gaming headset- Bloody G575. Like many of the company’s products, it is quite inexpensive. This is a plus. But what about sound and convenience? We will talk about this further.
Design and Convenience
The G575 is a large headphone for purely home use. At the same time, despite the size, the model turned out to be quite light. There is almost no metal in the structure, and it itself is mostly plastic. But, the manufacturer used a high-quality polymer, albeit a simple touch.
Externally, A4Tech’s handwriting is unmistakably guessed – this is the shape, the Bloody logo, and even RGB-backlighting. Where is without it in the modern world? This is not to say that it interferes or annoys. It is not very bright, and the illumination area is small. Also, it can be quickly turned off using the control panel. The backlight changes its colour in a wide range, but it cannot be adjusted in any way.
In principle, there is nothing remarkable in the design of the headphones. These are large, full-size headphones. But there is an interesting nuance in the design of the headband. It is not adjustable in length.
The manufacturer has provided an unusual solution for ease of use – special supporting wings with soft filler and flexible construction. Thanks to them, the headphones easily conform to the shape of the head and provide additional hold.
As for the general level of comfort, here I have no complaints. Headphones do not press, do not press and do not burden the head from above. Thanks to the unusual headband design and relatively low weight. But there are doubts about the durability of the delicate wings that support the headphones. The rest is incomplete order.
The earpads are made of eco-leather, they are pleasant to the touch, but in the warm season, they will most likely be quite warm in them. But they are soft and have a memory effect.
I have already mentioned a control panel, and now we will talk about it in more detail. The remote has a volume control, a microphone switch and a button to turn off or turn on the backlight. The control panel is not removable. It is part of a two-meter USB cable in a fabric braid. The remote control is quite light, but it is still felt, and you cannot fix it on clothes. It will most likely lie either on the table in front of you or on your feet in a working position.
Bloody G575 Sound Quality
You don’t expect versatility or special quality from relatively inexpensive gaming headphones. Nevertheless, Bloody G575 plays even more than its own money. 50mm drivers form a vast stage, there is good detail, but the powerful bass partly eats it away. They also work well on special effects in games, making them expressive and impressive. In principle, you can also listen to music in these headphones, but sometimes you get tired of low frequencies’ predominance in the sound.
But the microphone definitely pleased me. In these headphones, it is removable, and the quality of speech transmission can be confidently called good, without any “buts”.
comfortable design, good design, overall sound quality, good microphone
too much bass
The Bloody G575 is a perfect budget gaming headset. It is comfortable, sounds good and has a good microphone. I cannot say that it has any shortcomings, rather nuances. For example, I have doubts about the wing design’s durability, and I cannot call the headphones universal for both games and music. They are really more focused on games. But the G575 costs relatively little, so this can be forgiven and not a compromise.
|A type||Headphones with microphone|
|Acoustic design type||Closed|
|The number of emitters in one earphone||One|
|Minimum reproducible frequency, Hz||Twenty|
|Maximum reproducible frequency, Hz||20,000|
|Speaker diameter, mm||Fifty|
|Bluetooth version||+ (7.1)|
|Cord length, m||+|
|Cable connection||2 meters|
|Microphone type by the principle of operation||On the bar|
|Frequency response, Hz||100-10000|
|Microphone sensitivity, dB||-44 dB|