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|Audio Connector to Source||1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRRS|
|Audio Connector to Earpiece||1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRRRS|
|Weight||0.8 lb / 346 g (without Cable)|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||3%|
|Frequency Response||20 Hz to 20,000 Hz|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||10.5 x 10.3 x 3.8"|
|Package Weight||1.42 lb|
|Pickup Pattern||Cardioid (Unidirectional)|
|Mic Boom Location||Left Side|
|Number of Mics||1|
|Driver Size||1.57" / 40 mm|
|Number of Earpieces||Dual Earpiece|
|Earpiece Connection / Wearing Style||Headband|
|Earpiece Design||Over-Ear (Circumaural)|
|Contact Pressure||4.5 N|
|Controls/Microphone Location||Microphone: Adjustable Boom, Left Earpiece
|Active Noise Cancellation||No|
The Astro Gaming A10 are satisfactory for wired gaming. You can plug these headphones into your PC or PS4 or Xbox One controller for full audio and microphone compatibility. Their boom mic makes it easy to communicate with your teammates, and they're decently comfortable for long gaming sessions.
Amazing microphone recording quality.
No sound customization features.
The Astro Gaming A10 wired gaming headset takes the excellent comfort and audio performance of the company's much more expensive models and puts them in a budget-friendly package.
Excellent audio quality., Powerful bass., Feels very comfortable.
No accessories included., No simulated surround sound.
The Astro A10 is an impressive budget gaming headset that offers solid audio and a slick design for just $60.
Slick, durable design, Impressive audio performance, Clear microphone, Affordable
A little snug
Although Astro is a relatively small company, they’ve definitely made a name for themselves with their excellent A-Series headset. An unfortunate trend in the tech industry is to create products that look good on paper, but can’t hold up in the real world.
The Astro A10 is an excellent choice when working with a limited budget. These headsets might not offer the sound quality you get from high-end headsets, but they still provide crisp, clear sound. The padding and flexibility offer a nice feel and makes wearing the headsets comfortable and pain-free.
‘You get what you pay for’ is the old adage that scorns people for skimping on price and ending up with a ropey product. This is the ‘I told you so’ moment Astro are hoping to avoid on their first venture into budget gaming headset territory.
This headset will get the job done, but the Nintendo Switch's clumsy voice chat system makes part of the experience downright obnoxious.
Zelda-inspired aesthetic is well done., Velour earpads.
Aggressively boosts mids., Setting up voice chat is terrible.
The A10 is a wired gaming headset that is connected with a 3.5-millimeter jack. It comes in a stylish packaging. The headset itself is durable, has a nice touch, and when worn, it is completely comfortable.
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The Astro A10 won't win any beauty contests, but compromising looks to focus on audio seems to have paid off here—it sounds way better than its $60 price tag implies.
This is an amazing headset and the sound quality is pretty good for a headset mic. At first I had an issue of mic not working and sound only from one ear but after some YouTube videos the issue a lot of people have is the mic is not always plugged in all the way.
Great sound great durability great microphone nice long cord, but not for me .they light up they're big and bulky I'm just not into gigantic headphones with a cord. I'm more of a Bluetooth lightweight headphone kind of guy ,but that doesn't mean that these aren't great headphones that just means...
The sound that comes through is high quality and the foam cushioning on the ears is very comfortable and does a good job trapping in the sound while blocking outside noise. The headset is a little big for me and I haven't taken the time to figure out how to adjust it.
I have the Astro A10 for the Xbox One and decided to buy the Gaming Headset (PC) to use with the Xbox One also. I noticed that while playing with friends Gaming Headset (PC) and when connecting to the controller the the sound seem to be a little low but other than that it is a great is headset at...
Great sounding headphones for gaming, chatting, and music. They have a nice warm bass and sounds like footsteps come through crisp and clear. They're very well built and comfortable enough for long gaming sessions. If you want high end sound without the high end price pick these up.
Durable, soft, and comfortable. Work really well at drowning out outside noise as well. Having the patch cable is an excellent design as it usually the cable that goes first. The only drawback is sometimes it will come slightly unplugged and cause the mic to stop working.
This is the best gaming headset I've ever used! The sound quality is phenomenal I can hear every little footstep in my game while not hearing what's going on in the world outside of my game. I have 4 kids so when I'm gaming it's hard to hear things, but with this headset theres no issue!
I have to say wow. These are some of the most comfortable headphones I have ever worn. And I have a fairly big noggin so sometimes things don't fit me.The headphones also do an amazing job (due to the plush padding) of keeping OUT outside sounds.
I play every day at least 3 hours a day , pubg, cod, 2k, madden. Had these for 2 years now, still like new. I came from earbuds and turtle beach recon 50. They were good but these are way better. A10