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Sentey Arches Black GS-4730 Headset Review

Sentey Arches Black GS-4730 Headset Review
The first audio product from Sentey we looked at blew us away as a cheap underdog, but can the Arches live up to the hype?
By: Chris Smith | Headsets in Audio, Sound & Speakers | Posted: Apr 4, 2015 2:16 am
TweakTown Rating: 75%Manufacturer: Sentey



As touched on in the summary, Sentey blew us away with their $29.99 Symph USB headset, coming to the conclusion that the price must be so low due to the brand being unknown and sales pressures.




We've also been provided with a Sentey Arches digital 7.1 headset to review, coming in at $79.99 with free shipping. Can this product live up to the hype of its smaller sibling Symph? Read on to find out.





Also providing you with 7.1 Digital sound as seen with the Symph, this product offers "noise cancelling surround sound deliciousness".




Sentey has provided a 6.5FT braided and thick USB 2.0 cable for connection to help push out the impedance of 32 Ohms and a frequency response of 20 ~ 20KHz. The ear cups are made of synthetic leather and the headband is adjustable through the expanding bridge design, alongside an in-line control box being provided for volume and microphone control.


The microphone itself has a red LED on the tip, contains own sensitivity of -36 +- 3dB and nominal impedance of 2.2 kO which all runs through the USB PC input.



Pricing & Availability


Coming in at a mid-range gaming headset price point of $79.99 when priced on Amazon, this relatively unknown brand has a lot more to answer for when asking for this kind of cost from consumers. We'll be comparing it with similarly-priced components like the Tt eSPORTS Dracco Captain.



What's in the box?


Featuring a simplistic package of the product itself and a user manual, unfortunately no carry bag has been provided with this device. It's also devoid of the awesome Velcro cable tie that we saw with the Sentey Symph and seeing as it's over double the price, this confuses us a little.




The driver mini-CD is once again recommended if you're nursing a slow connection as Sentey drivers are between 50-100MB in size. If you don't have a CD drive, it's not a massive ask as Dota2 often releases patches bigger than this.



PRICING: You can find the Sentey Arches for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing but can change at any time. Click the link to see the very latest pricing for the best deal.


United States: The Sentey Arches retails for $39.99 at Amazon.


Australia: Find other tech and computer products like this over at PLE Computer's website.

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