QPAD QH-1339 Pro Gaming Headset Review
The combination of a closed back design and large, softly padded ear pieces ensure little audio leakage to the outside world but, much more importantly, it ensures the outside world doesn't intrude into ours.
The ear cups are removable should you need to clean them, and give us an look at the level of detail in the design. The holes not only allow for easy drying but also allow some sound to come through, rather than risk blocking it and muffling it.
Connectivity is amply catered for. As well as the regular two 3.5mm connections for soundcards and portable devices, the QH-1339 come complete with a 1/4 adaptor for home stereo equipment, once again showing the beyerdynamic design input.
As well as the analogue jacks, the QH-1339 comes with a USB adaptor for those without a suitable sound card in their system. Despite being plastic it's extremely well built, with the mute and volume buttons giving a reassuring click when used.