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EPOS H6PRO Open Acoustic Gaming Headset Review
KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
8762 posts
Where go in-depth on the new wired EPOS H6PRO Open Acoustic Gaming Headset from EPOS, whilst breaking down the difference between Open and Closed. As per our full review, "great sound is something you can take for granted but when taken away it’s something you’ll immediately miss".

A wider snippet.
The latest offering from EPOS the new H6PRO is basically the spiritual successor to the Sennheiser GSP 500 and GSP 600 series -- headsets that offered up great audio response, balance, and versatility.

This is definitely true of the EPOS H6PRO where the out of the box sound is detailed, warm, and booming in all of the right ways. The balance is commendable with little to no tweaking required no matter if you’re firing up Halo Infinite, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, or listening to some jazz or chilled hip hop. Where a lot of headsets tend to be bass heavy, it’s always great to get the same effect but without feeling like it overpowers the rest of the frequency range.

Our Full EPOS H6PRO Open Acoustic Gaming Headset Review
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