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Onikuma K5 Gaming Headset Review
How often do you come across something that’s appears to low quality due to the price, and get totally blown away by its performance. Well the Onikuma K5 gaming headset is one of those devices. If you into gaming, and you like the surround sound experience, or you like noise cancellation, then you would want to take a look at the Onikuma K5. In this article, I would highlight the features of this gaming headset along with my personal experience with this device.
- The Onikuma K5 has the following specs.
- Speaker Impedance: 16Ω ± 20KHz
- Sensitivy: 114dB±3dB
- Frequency range: 20Hz-20Khz
- Microphone: Φ6.0MM x 2.7mm
- Sensitivity: -36dB±1dB
- Mic Impedance: 2.2K
Built and Design
The ear-pads are a skin texture protein ear muff for comfort and protection. The microphone is positioned on the left side and it can flip back to a vertical position if you don’t need to use it. The mic is also made if flexible coil wire for positioning the mice wherever you want in any direction without breaking. On the outer part of the ear pads, there is a blue color LED light to add a modern stylish gaming appearance and some swag to your game. There is also an LED light to the tip of the microphones. The head band is adjustable and can fit even persons with large heads. The control center consists of a volume control button and a switch to turn the LED on or off. The K5 connector cable consists of 1 USB cable to power the LED’s, 1 earphone 3.5mm jack, and 1 microphone jack.
Personal User Experience
Now tell me who are these people creating these gaming headsets? The Onikuma K5 is only 25 dollars. When you put these on and start to play you forget that you have them on, because the soundquality makes you feel like you are listening to a PC surround speaker set. I reviewed the Onikuma K6 and between that and the K5 the K5 is more confortable. What the K6 has on the K5 is a deeper bass. The OniKuma K5 is quality made the headset is strong and really comfortable with noise concatenation. It is fun to use and attractive at the same time.