Author: Jack Wager
Thermaltake’s sub-brand, Tt eSPORTS, focuses on gaming equipment from keyboards and mice to headsets. The SHOCK One is their premiere headset. Featuring 40mm drivers, an accented red finish, velvet ear pads, DTS Surround Sensation, and illuminating Tt logos, the SHOCK One is a stunning looker. SHOCK One’s competition is a headset we recently reviewed, Corsair’s Vengeance 1500. Can the SHOCK One electrify its competition to utter dust? Keep reading to find out.
|Frequency Response||20Hz ~ 20KHz|
|Sensitivity||114dB +/- 3dB|
|Cable Length||3m (~ 10 ft)|
|Connector||USB (gold plated)|
|Impedance||2.2 K ohm|
|Frequency||100Hz ~ 10KHz|
|Sensitivity||-45dB +/- 3dB|
|Surround Sound||DTS Surround Sensation (Virtual)|
|Supported Operating Systems||Windows XP/Vista/7|
Packaging / What’s In The Box
Thermaltake’s SHOCK One is encased in a very stylish box with nice graphics, and a foldable front lid that exposes a big window. The front has a picture of the headset along with its core features such as a noise cancelling mic, replaceable ear pads, bass enhancement, foldable design, and of course DTS Surround Sensation.
Looking at the sides, back, and top of the box won’t provide much more info, everything is under the foldable lid. Once the front is opened you can see the headset on the right, and a breakdown of all its features on the left. In addition the interface / control panel is shown, and tech specs are also included.
Check out the unboxing for a more in-depth look at what’s in the box.