With the Immerse GH30, MSI has launched a new headset for beginners. Since it’s not the only headset in the price range, it’s supposed to be a great headset with good sound, compatibility, design and the ability to take it anywhere. How MSI has implemented these resolutions and whether it can compete with other headsets like the Corsair HS35, we have tested for you and summarized here.
Design and Workmanship
The design of the Immerse GH30 stands out in comparison to other headsets. With the MSI kite on the ear cups, the GH30 offers a very appealing design. Also the marking “R” and “L” integrated in the fabric is a nice change.
The processing of the Immerse GH30 is good, even if everything is a bit wobbly. The reason for this is that there is no continuous metal rail as with other headsets. Instead, MSI decided to make the ear cups foldable. So the headset can be folded small and taken everywhere.
The detachable microphone has a partially adjustable neck. However, it cannot be adjusted far from its natural position. On the cable itself there is a mute switch for the headset. Also on board is a volume control, so you don’t have to click into the Windows settings first.
|Name||Immerse GH 30 Gaming Headset|
|Diameter||Driver 40 mm|
|Frequency range||20 Hz – 20 kHz|
|Impedance||32 ohm +/- 15%|
|Sensitivity||969 dB +/- 3 dB|
|Connection||3.5 mm jack|
|Cable||1.5m gold-plated, 30cm Y-cable|
|Operating system||Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8 / 7|
|Price||Price: € 19.90|
|Frequency range||100 Hz – 10 kHz|
|Sensitivity||-36 +/- 3 dB|