Sandberg’s first surround headset for gamers, Sandberg Derecho, was so popular that it almost has to be described as a classic. Derecho has now been discontinued and Sandberg has had the nerve to send a successor out onto the market: The Sandberg Savage headset. According to Sandberg, it is both stronger in purely physical terms and provides a greater sound experience. The price has been reduced by more than 10% to top off the development.
Brand Director at Sandberg A/S Anders Partida Petersen, explains:
We have to constantly evolve in order to maintain a strong position in the gaming market, which is constantly changing. Even though Derecho was a success, lasting success comes only by way of change. Savage is an impressive product for the price, and thus maintains our goal of providing high-end gaming equipment at prices that everyone can afford.
The Savage headset doesn’t just look robust – it IS very robust, though without comprising the design. The construction includes a brand new type of “headband”, featuring 2 support pads instead of the familiar headband.
Many focus solely on the sound of a headset, but Sandberg has taken it a step further and developed a really good microphone on the headband that can be placed directly in front of your mouth. The multi-coloured LED lights in the ear pads complete the visual experience.
The Sandberg Savage Surround Headset
Savage Headset USB 7.1 – RRP incl. VAT: £48.99
– Cable: 2.4 metres nylon braided
– Connector: USB A Male
– Multi-colour LED lights
– Driver unit: 50 mm
– Frequency range: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
– Impedance: 32 Ohm
– Type: 6mm dia. electret condenser microphone
– Direction: Omni-directional
– Frequency Response: 75 Hz – 16 kHz
– Impedance: 2.2 k Ohm
– Sensitivity: -42 dB ± 2dB
For more technology news check out our site right HERE.