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Mionix Nash 20 Stereo Gaming Headset Review

Mionix Nash 20 Stereo Gaming Headset Review

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The Nash 20 has two 3.5mm connectors and both of these are gold plated for optimal performance, connecting to a 2m braided cable.


Finally, the headset weighs in at 900 grams and measures 21.5cm by 22cm by 12.1cm. It also has a 2 years manufacturer warranty.

User Experience & Conclusion

Starting with the build quality of the NASH 20 the finish on the headset is to a very high standard and we found all the elements included with the headset, such as the packaging and the connectors are all made to a high quality too.

During use we found that the NASH 20 sits very comfortably on our head. The memory foam used on the earpads and headband mean that we were able to use the headset for long periods. The pivot feature of the headset also works very well, making sure that the earpads are positioned in the best place for us to experience the sound produced.

Turning to the performance of the headset, we found it very difficult to fault the Nash 20. Although it is marketed as a gaming headset we used it extensively on other media, including films and music. The soundscape is deep and clear, with great bass and clarity of tone and so when used with gaming, either online or solo play, the NASH 20 performs extremely well in conveying the music or effects that occur onscreen.

However what really helps the NASH 20 stand out from other gaming headsets is its performance when used to listen to music or watch films. When used with those formats the NASH 20 excels, creating a fully immersive sound.

The quality of the Nash 20 continues with the microphone which performs really well. The sound captured is clear with little background noise noticeable. The flip up mute feature is very handy, allowing us to quickly stop broadcasting on the microphone without have to reach for a switch or button.

With a price point of around £100/ $130 the NASH 20 is in the middle ground price wise for quality gaming headsets, however its performance puts it in competition with higher end audio products making this a very good headset for the price.

Gold Award – £99.88

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Stuart Davidson

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