|Genius GX-Gaming Cavimanus 7.1 Headset|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Audio|
|Written by Mark Pedersen|
|Tuesday, 16 October 2012|
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Closer Look: Genius Cavimanus Headset
The Cavimanus is made of sturdy construction, which is essential due to the fact that it does have a vibration feature and you would not want any cheap loose ends rattling. The sides are glossy black plastic that almost looks wet with the scorpion insignia and GX Gaming writtin on both sides. The top is made of a plastic with a flat finish. The overal color scheme is black, red and silver. Also reinforced with a solid metal band that becomes visible when adjusting the headband length. Provides exceptional quality audio playback and microphone recording.
Genius designed this headset to be convienient when the microphone is in the upright position it automatically mutes itself, very nice feature and it blends right in the ear cup. All the controls you will need are right there on the side as well, Volume control, and vibration toggle. The Headband comes labeled with L for left and R for right which is easy to identify. The microphone doesnt stick out too far however it does pick up sound extremely well.
The Top support band is made of a soft breathable material that prevents the headset from shifting around much while wearing it. The ear pieces fit nice and snug as well. Definately wearable for long periods of time.
The lining inside the ear cups is made of a cloth material that follows the same black and red color scheme as the rest of the headset.
The headband is expandable by 1.5 inches on each side, still remains sturdy and strong even when fully expanded.