Edifier G4 Red USB Over-Ear Wired Gaming Headphone

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Edifier G4 Red USB Over-Ear Wired Gaming Headphone

Product Id: 10.04.516.21

Regular Price  5,910
Special Price  5,500

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Quick Overview

Edifier G4 Red USB Over-Ear Wired Gaming Headphone

General

Model
Edifier G4
Type
Single Port USB Over-ear Wired Gaming Headphone
Warranty
1 year
Country Of Origin
China
Made in/ Assemble
China

Connectivity

Connectivity
Wired

Technical Information

Frequency Response (Hz - kHz)
20Hz-20kHz
Impedance (ohm)
24Ohms

Physical Description

Microphone
Yes
Weight (Kg)
360gm

Additional Info

Plug Type
USB
Others
Color: Red, DRIVERUNIT: 40mm neodymium drivers, SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (SPL): 103dB
Specialty
Built-in 7.1 Virtual Surround Soundcard, Vibration for a more immersive experience, USB Headset for PCs and Laptops, For serious gamers only, Pinpointing sounds is important for participating in video games at a top tier level, Figure out enemy movements and stay alert during matches, Get an edge over casual players and join the ranks of the elite, LED and Metal Mesh Design, Once plugged in via USB, easily chat with friends on the battlefield, Connect to PC or gaming laptop via USB and instantly chat with team mates, Have the advantage over others in competitive combat, Retractable flexible boom microphone, Block outside noise, Get beneath the ear cup

Details

Edifier G4

                          

For serious gamers only

  • Built-in 7.1 Virtual Surround Soundcard
  • Vibration for a more immersive experience
  • USB Headset for PCs and Laptops

GET YOUR GAME ON!

Transport your mind and body into the game.
The G4 isn’t just another headset.

   

Built-in sound card with 7.1 audio

Pinpointing sounds is important for participating in video games at a top tier level. The G4 headset has a 7.1 surround sound built-in sound card. Figure out enemy movements and stay alert during your matches. Get an edge over casual players and join the ranks of the elite.

                         

LED and Metal Mesh Design

We understand that you need to look cool while gaming so we have crafted a metal mesh LED light design for the earcups. Available in three different LED colours: green, blue, and red. Get the headset that fits your colours and fits your lifestyle.

  

USB Connection

Once plugged in via USB, easily chat with your friends on the battlefield. Connect to your PC or gaming laptop via USB and instantly chat with your team mates. Have the advantage over others in competitive combat.

  

Retractable flexible boom microphone

fter a relaxing, or possible stressful, game playing session, you can easily retract the microphone. Retracting the microphone protects the boom microphone from damaging if someone manages to step on it. Retracting also lets you neatly place away the headset without losing the boom microphone.

   

Block outside noise

he Edifier G4 headset is an over-ear style headset. Having your ears covered will limit any outside noise invading your game. The over-ear style lets your whole ear hear every sound coming from your game without missing a beat.The leatherette ear pads also offer long gaming session comfort..

    

Get beneath the ear cup

It’s time to get technical! The G4 headset has a 40mm neodymium drivers that produce sound that replicates sound accurately in your game. Frequency response equals 20Hz – 20kHz, impedance of 24 Ohms and Sound Pressure Level is 106dB.

  

SPECIFICATIONS

G4

  • DRIVERUNIT:40mm neodymium drivers
  • FREQUENCY RESPONSE:20Hz~20kHz
  • IMPEDANCE:24 Ohms
  • SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (SPL):103dB
  • WEIGHT: 0.36kg

Headphones may seem like a relatively small piece of hardware. But this particular component may determine the success of your relationship with your customer, the quality of your conversation with the loved ones, the productivity at your work, and most importantly the enjoyment you derive from your favorite music or game. So before you opt for a headset, you should consider a few things.

Look for what you need in a headset and don’t settle for a headset that lacks anything you need. Also, you should avoid paying for expensive functionalities that you won’t need. Regarding the functionalities of a headset, there are few things you need to consider:

 

Wireless or Wired:

 

Do you need a wireless headphone or a wired one? It depends on your preference. Wireless headphones are the way to go if mobility is your prime concern. Although audiophiles still prefer the wired alternatives, as they say, the wire or the cord can transfer more data than available wireless technologies. However, Bluetooth technology has made significant progress in the last few years and brought down the gap between the two types to a great extent.

In short, if you prefer mobility and portability, going wireless is certainly the right option for you. And if you are too sensitive about sound quality, you should pick a wired one. Nonetheless, there are plenty of wireless models in the market that have successfully made a fine balance between sound quality and mobility.

 
Drivers
 

Drivers, the core components of any headphones, convert the electrical signal fed to the headphones into an audible sound signal. There are various types of drivers used in different types of headphones. It is widely known that the bigger the driver, the better the sound. But in general, bigger drivers don’t necessarily mean better as there are other factors as well, but they are the contributing factor, particularly for bass.

 
Closed and Open Back
 

Headphones can be either closed or open at the back of the driver enclosure. Since a driver fires both into and away from your ear, an open-back headset will allow the sound to escape outside, while a closed-back headset will block the exit of the outward sound. There are pros and cons to both.

 

Closed-back headphones prevent others from listening to what you're listening to and are therefore more suited for public places as opposed to open-back headphones that leak sound and are perceived as inconsiderate to use in public. However, open-back headphones have a much more open sound, giving a more comfortable and realistic listening experience, while closed-back headphones sound more 'in-your-head'. Suitability depends on the purpose for which you need the headphones, and auditioning or reading reviews is recommended.

 
Frequency Response
 

Frequency response is the range of frequency headphones can produce, where the lower limit is the bass sound and the upper limit is treble. The human ear can only hear frequencies ranging from 20-20,000Hz, so most headphones try to stick to this range. However, some headphones extend the range at both ends to provide deeper responses. If you like more bass, then opt for something that can support wider than the usual frequency response range.

 
Impedance
 

The impedance of a headphone represents the amount of power needed to drive a pair of headphones. Low-impedance headphones require less power to drive, and can therefore easily be used with source devices with weaker amplification, such as smartphones, media players, and other portable devices. On the contrary, high-impedance headphones require dedicated amplifiers or increased amplification to drive and deliver a more powerful, driven performance as a result. When choosing headphones, it's important to note the impedance and buy according to the source device you intend to use. Look out for the impedance figure on the box, and choose as per your source devices. The impedance of 15 Ω (Ohm) and under is low and easy to drive, while impedance 50 Ω and above may require some amplification for the best results. However, most smartphones and media players are designed to be able to drive headphones with impedance as high as 80 Ω, so higher-side impedance may not be a serious issue.

 
Soundstaging and Imaging
 

It represents the ability of headphones to create an accurate sonic stage and image within your mind. Good sound-staging and imaging will create the impression of a live performance, where individual elements of the sound are distinct and feel like they are originating from specific locations on the virtual stage. Separation of sonic elements is also a function of imaging, where better separation represents a more realistic, true-to-life sound. This is best judged by listening and keeping your ears open for separation and clarity, so you won't find it on the specifications of the headphones, but you'll often see it mentioned in reviews.

 

Noise Isolation vs. Active Noise Cancellation

 

This is one of those things that sound similar but mean very different things. Noise isolation just means that the product physically sits between your ear and outside sound, thus blocking outside noise from entering your ear.

Active noise cancellation (ANC) works differently, though the end goal is the same. Products with ANC have tiny microphones in them that pick up outside sounds. The headphones then produce the opposite sound wave to actively cancel out the unwanted noise. It’s all based on physics and waves properties so as you can imagine, it’s not an easy thing to accomplish. When headphones claim noise-canceling we usually give their effectiveness a mention in our full reviews because it varies from product to product.

 
Concluding Remarks
 

These are the main specifications that manufacturers tout and all of them have a different impact on the audio you're listening to, as we explain above. When you're buying a headset, apart from the design types, these specifications are some of the important things you should know about.

 

Like most things in life, when it comes to choosing the right headphones, earphones, or earbuds, you get what you pay for. We recommend you to try out several models before picking up the one that best fits your needs.

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