Two wired references, TAGH301BL and TAGH401BL, sold for 38 and 60 euros, respectively.
Philips has unveiled its first two gaming headsets, the Philips TAGH301BL and the Philips TAGH401BL. These are two wire hoop models that adopt a circular-aural design.
Both references have 40mm neodymium speakers. In terms of sound, their technical features are identical. Impedance 32 ohms, maximum input power 20 mW and sensitivity 102 dB. The frequency response covers the normal range of 20 – 20,000 Hz. Both headphones have a volume control dial as well as a mute button.
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Dirac HD and 3D Sound for TAGH401BL
The Philips TAGH301BL is slightly lighter than its partner, weighing 250 grams for the TAGH401BL 211 grams. Its USB 2.0 cable length is also shorter: 180 cm instead of 250 cm. In terms of comfort, both helmets benefit from a “Adjustable padded headband” And of “Shells covered with a material that is cool to the touch”.
In addition to these details, the main difference between the two models is the presence of the Dirac HD and 3D sound switcher for the TAGH401BL. The latter provides a “Dirac HD / 3D Professional Audio Technology [qui] Significantly improves sound quality with significant spatial location as well as natural and transparent sound “ According to Phillips.
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