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Before we talk about performance it is worth mentioning that this headset retails for around £115/$140 with the two audio adapters, all cables and 1-year warranty. We would like the warranty to be 2-years or so ideally however the value offered by the hardware items is excellent. The Ear Force Atlas allows us to connect our headset to pretty much any device as well as including an amp for the above price which really adds value.

So, how does it sound? Well let’s get the slight downside out of the way first. Music. Like many headsets which are tuned for gaming the Ear Force Atlas isn’t great for music. It is by no means bad, there is plenty of clarity and volume but the overall sound is a little flat for our tastes. That said, when we plug it into a game (or movie) the headset comes alive. It excels with loud action sequences and offers great detail in the quieter moments. Being able to tweak our audio levels allows us to tailor the sound to our needs quickly and easily those we played with (and chatted to on Skype) were very impressed by the mic quality too. In fact the Atlas has one of the best headset mics we have tested to date.

Overall a nicely designed, well-built headset which offers excellent functionality and class leading audio quality.

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Stuart Davidson

Stuart Davidson is Senior Editor at HardwareHeaven having joined the site in 2002.