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Review: The Creative Sound BlasterX H5 Analog Headset

At Gamescom and IFA 2015, Creative unveiled several new headsets from its Sound BlasterX series, which are already available in stores. We tested one of the new top models, the Creative Sound BlasterX H5. The analog gamer headset convinced us because it is very robust and offers a clear sound. Everything else in the following.

Scope of Delivery

The Creative Sound BlasterX H5 headset is not delivered in a normal cardboard box, but in a round plastic ball with a window. This can also be used as a transport box after unpacking. But Creative went to a lot of trouble packing the headset, because it’s glued a lot and you need a lot of patience until you can hold your new headset in your hands.

In addition to the headphones, a detachable microphone, a connection cable (1.2 m) with integrated remote control and a Y splitter cable (1.2 m) are also supplied. Of course, the short manual should not be missing either.

Technical Data

driver 50 mm Neodymium driver
Sensitivity 118 db @ 1 kHz
Frequency range 20 Hz – 20 KHz
Impedance 32 Ω
Connection Connection cable with 1.2 m length and 3.5 mm jack, splitter cable for extension with 1.2 m length and 2x 3.5 mm jack, detachable microphone
Microphone sensitivity 40 dB
Microphone Frequency range 100 Hz – 15 kHz
Microphone impedance < 2,2 kΩ
Weight 260 g
UVP 129,99 €

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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