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GamesterGear Cruiser P3210 Review

Posted August 23, 2013 by James Taylor in PC Audio







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Price at time of Review: $89.99(Previous reported price was for the wrong model. This accurately reflects the correct pricing.)


Great sound, mic quality, comfort, detachable microphone, $89.99 price tag


Heavy/Bulky cord (which could be a positive to some), rumble effect, plastic build feels a little breakable
If you're looking for a great performing headset that's not too expensive, then you should give the GamesterGear Cruiser P3210 a try. Their comfort and sound quality are excellent for the price.
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by James Taylor
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There’s a new audio product on the market, an audio product marketed towards gamers called the GamesterGear brand. Their new line of gaming headsets are geared towards the PC, XBox, and PS3 markets offering five new headsets under the brand. We will be reviewing the GamesterGear Cruiser P3210, which is strictly compatible with the PC & PS3 only.

First, here’s a brief description of the product: The Cruiser P3210 has a closed back acoustic design with a frequency response of 20Hz – 20kHz and two 50mm drivers @32 ohms. They also have dual 30mm bass enhancing drivers to give us the “rumbling” effect for added environmental affects like footsteps or changes to the environment in your area. The Cruiser P3210 comes with a detachable microphone and in-line controls on a 12.5 ft. cord for that extra length when needed.

Now, before we dive into the review, here’s a word from the company,

[Editor’s Note: This story has been edited for content. The original pricing shared was for the 3200 series, not the 3210. The new edits reflect the correct pricing. Also, the GamesterGear is its own brand and is not directly affiliated with Oblanc as was previously reported. We apologize for the confusion.]

The 200 series headsets are engineered with enormous 57mm drivers on each ear, and the 210 series are engineered with 50mm speakers and bass drivers on both sides. These bass drivers produce force-feedback which in turn leads to a rumbling effect. This powerful combination delivers an impressive audio quality that intensifies gameplay. Background music and sounds will seem flawless yet compelling, turning up the level of entertainment. The Detachable Boom Microphone brings added convenience. When you are not playing a game, it can be detached enabling one to enjoy the music alone.

GamesterGear’s Crusier line of headsets is designed for maximum comfort and the highest quality of sound. These headsets that completely cover the ear are made with soft cloth covering and a leatherette padded headband. This headband is adjustable for size and assembled to be extremely flexible and durable. The Cruiser line is sleek and appealing, while still offering superior sound. For more information, please visit www.gamestergear.com



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