In the highly competitive world of online gaming, you need the right gear to have any chance of winning, so a good gaming headset can mean the difference between the glory of victory and digital death. As a result, leaders in the audio space continue to bring their innovations over to the world of gaming and JBL is looking to carry on that trend with the new Quantum 810 over-ear wireless headset.
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According to JBL, the 810 headset is an upgrade on the previously released Quantum 800 that offers dual surround sound through the combination of QuantumSURROUND and DTS Headphone:X version 2.0 technology, which the brand says will help you “feel like you’re stepping inside the game.” That should certainly help you avoid being caught off guard by an enemy player sneaking up from behind or lurking around the next corner.
In an environment where anything from a magazine change to stepping on a twig can give away an enemy location, the 810 headset’s 50mm drivers are designed to deliver even the tiniest of audio details with pinpoint accuracy, giving you an invaluable edge over your opponents. At the same time, JBL’s active noise-cancelling technology is there to remove any distractions and keep you totally focused on your in-game goals.
Lag can also be a critical disadvantage on the online battlefield, but JBL claims its lossless 2.4GHz wireless and Bluetooth 5.2 technology will ensure audio lags and dropouts are a thing of the past. Plus, the wireless headset offers 43 hours of battery life and can be charged while you play, so there really is no limit to how long your next gaming session can be.
If you’re looking for an upgrade to the audio side of your gaming experience, you’ll find the JBL Quantum 810 headset for AUD$349.95 at your local electronics retailer. On the other hand, if the 810 isn’t quite what you’re looking for or you want something with aesthetics to match your PlayStation 5, have a look at the H9 flagship from Sony’s new INZONE range of gaming headsets.
JBL Quantum 810 Headset Key Specs
Weight (g): 410
Charging time (hours from empty): 3.5
Maximum Play Time (hours): 43
Bluetooth version: 5.2
Driver size (mm): 50