EPOS hasn’t been around long, but the Demant and Sennheiser fledgling is already making waves within the gaming accessory scene. While the fresh-faced company hasn’t got the same level of brand recognition as Sennheiser, products like the EPOS H3 are a testament to the company’s ability to provide great audio solutions within the gaming PC space. The gaming brand’s latest headset entry, the H6Pro, reinforces EPOS’s dedication to peripheral quality. The question is, does the H6Pro do enough to justify its existence and price?
The EPOS H6Pro is far from being the cheapest set of gaming cans on the market, coming in at $179/£149. As a result, the headset’s price tag actually bills it against feature-packed competitors like Logitech’s G733, a wireless, RGB clad setup, a slightly cheaper headset that’s arguably more flashy than EPOS’s wired offering.
That said, simplicity is one of the EPOS H6Pro’s biggest strengths, and its minimalist approach to gaming audio facilitates a reliable and versatile experience that doesn’t rely on fancy features or eye-catching aesthetics.