Gaming headphones must offer us, above all, a clear sound quality, they must be comfortable and they must have a microphone. Ozone knows the needs of video game fans and that is why they have created the Rage X60. These gaming headphones offer us virtual 7.1 sound to better recognize the position of the rival, a microphone with good sensitivity and a self-adjusting headband system.
Thanks to Ozone for lending us these gaming headphones
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Ozone Rage X60 Unboxing
These gaming headphones arrive in a fairly simple box with an image of these headphones on the front. The box on the front does not give excessive information, it simply shows us the product. Note that these gaming headsets are compatible with PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles, as well as PC.
The back of this box shows us another image of these Ozone Rage X60 and their specifications. Perhaps the most interesting are the aspects of the USB connector and the virtual 7.1 sound capacity that these headphones integrate. The integrated 50mm speakers also stand out.
Inside we find the Ozone headphones and a small manual. There are no more items in the box. We find it very interesting that there is no plastic element in the box. We can see that the support where the headphones go is made of cardboard, which we think is very positive.
Ozone Rage X60 design
What we liked the most about these gaming headphones is that it has a self-adjusting headband. This is not the usual thing, but it adds an extra comfort for these headphones. It squeezes less in the ears than conventional models, with a very well padded headband.
We can see that the atria arrive with a thick foam padding covered by synthetic leather. In this case they have opted for a system without perforations that allow perspiration. If we are going to play for many hours in a row, it is normal for the ear area to sweat a little.
We see on the side a sober and meshed design with the brand's logo. Note that the Ozone logo represents precisely the ozone molecule, which is made up of three oxygen molecules.
Features Ozone Rage X60
These Ozone Rage X60 gaming headphones have a wheel that allows us to manage the volume. A wheel that is quite discreet and that is integrated into the left atrium. It has a switch to disable the microphone, but it is hidden under the microphone pad. It is very hidden and is a strange position and somewhat uncomfortable access.
We can see that the external headband is metallic, while the internal one is elastic. This offers us great support and adds comfort to these gaming headphones. The pad is finished in synthetic leather and is quite light when we have them on, we hardly notice it, helping to reduce the pressure on the head.
It is striking about these gaming headphones that the logo on both sides lights up in red. It does not have RGB nor can it be turned off (unless we have seen). It's not overly bright either, so it's more of a small detail than something arranged to be overly flashy.
Specifications Ozone Rage X60
- Sound: 7.1 Virtual
- Impedance: 32 Ohm
- Response frequency: 18Hz-20KHz
- Dimensions: 50mm
- Impedance: 2.2 Ohm
- Sensitivity: -54 ± 3 dB
- Response Frequency: 100 ~ 10,000 Hz
- Weight: 350gr
- LED lights: Red
- Compatibility: PS4 / PC
- Cable Length: 2m
- Usb connector
These Ozone Rage X60 gaming headphones combine a very comfortable design with a sound quality very acceptable. They are gaming headphones designed to offer a good quality / price ratio. They have the peculiarity that they can be adjusted a bit through the software offered by the company itself, which is a plus. In addition, they do not have any plastic in the packaging, which allows these headphones to be the first to receive the new eco medal.
It has two small drawbacks, the switch to mute the microphone is in the same microphone and it has a pad, so access is not at all agile and easy. The pads, on the other hand, are made of synthetic leather that prevents perspiration from the ear area, generating sweating.
- They don't use plastic for packaging
- The headband has a very comfortable design that you don't even notice
- Makes use of a standard USB connector
- It has virtual 7.1 sound
- The pads are quite comfortable
- The cable is braided, improving its aesthetics and durability
- The switch to turn off the microphone is in a weird position
- Synthetic leather ear cushions generate a lot of perspiration in the ear area