Bloody M660P Gaming Headset Review


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Bloody M660P Gaming Headset Review

By Jason Vaught

Manufacturer: A4Tech / Bloody Division
Product Name: M660P Moci Hi-Fi Gaming Headset
Model Number: M660P (Inline Mic), M660 (Boom Mic)
UPC: 4711421927413 EAN: 4711421927413
Price As Tested: $78.95 (Amazon)

Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this article has been provided by Bloody.

Bloody gaming has released a new addition to their M660 series headsets, the M660P. The M660P has the same 40mm drivers and the same MO-CI (Mycelium of Carbon IT) dual diaphragm as it’s older brother, the M660 Chronometer. What the M660P brings to the table is an in-line microphone instead of a boom mic. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? That’s one of the things we’ll be testing in this article for Benchmark Reviews.

What makes a headset a “gaming” headset? Some manufacturers add lights, some add virtual surround for directional hearing. In reality, any headset can be used for gaming. But manufacturers know, or at least they should, that when you label it “gaming” then it has certain expectations it should meet. With headsets, gamers want their cake and eat it too. They want immersive sound, quality playback of their favorite music, long session wearing comfort, and in some cases lighting on the outside of the headset. Can Bloody live up to the demands of a modern gamer? That’s what we’re here to find out!


Features & Specifications

Speaker Unit: F40 mm
Impedance: 16 ± 20% O
Sensitivity: 102 dB ± 3 dB
Frequency Response: 20 Hz – 20 KHz

Mic. Frequency Response: 75-16,000 Hz
Mic. Sensitivity: – 45 dB

Cable Material: 48-Core Copper Cable
Main Cable Plug Type: 3.5 mm Plug (Audio/Mic)
Main Cable Length: 120 CM
LED USB Cable Length: 100 CM
3.5 mm PC Adapter Cable Length: 100 CM


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