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With Swedish brand Xtrfy spreading it's global reach to our shores, thanks to a partnership with local esports org Greyhound, the company's line of peripherals have also arrived. Case in point, the new Xtrfy H1 Pro Gaming Headset. So then, how does a headset designed for competition stack up?

Spoiler alert: pretty well.
The Xtrfy H1, at the audio hardware level, does things a little bit differently than most headsets we’ve covered – and we’ve covered quite a few. First up it opts for 60mm drivers which allows for increased frequency response both on the low and high-end. This changes up the impedance slightly, meaning that volume-wise the H1’s might sound a little softer than what you’re used to when connecting them to other devices rather than a PC using the USB-DAC.

The same level of detail and clarity translates to the microphone which offers up broadcast-quality frequency response that in our tests worked exceptionally well.

Click Here to Read Our Full Xtrfy H1 Pro Gaming Headset Review



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