Ozone Rage ST Headset Review
One thing we're constantly aware of here at OC3D is that times are hard. Even if the current financial situation is fairly good, not everyone has a lot of money floating around and so value for money is vital. It's all very well lusting after a pair of SteelSeries Flux, but the reality is they are out of the reach of anyone in school, or with families, or just generally living to the limits of their funds.
Enter the Rage ST from Ozone, priced at a truly bargaintastic £26. It wasn't very long ago that if you were looking to spend £26 on a pair of headphones you'd be limited to something beige and extremely shoddy, made from the kind of plastic normally reserved for boxes of chocolates.
However, Ozone have brought something that, initially at least, appears to be well built and certainly aesthetically up there with the £50 headsets around. So is it any good?
Considering the low price it's good to see that the Rage ST comes with a 40mm driver, which should be enough to give us some decent sound quality. For those of you who love colour-coordination the Rage ST is available in five colours. We've got the standard black model for review, so let's see what it looks like.
- Driver Diameter: Φ6.0×5.0mm
- Directivity: Omnidirectional
- Impedance: ≤2.2KΩ
- Sensitivity: -38dB(at 1KHz)
- Driver dimensions: ø40mm
- Frequency response: 20~20kHz
- Sensitivity (SPL): 85dB(At1.0 kHz)
- Impedance: 32Ω
- Cable Length: 2.5m
- Plug: 3.5 plug
- Net Weight: 300 gr
Red, White, Blue, Yellow, Black.