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TRUST GXT 310 Radius Gaming Headset - Black & Red - £8.99 delivered @ Currys
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TRUST GXT 310 Radius Gaming Headset - Black & Red - £8.99 delivered @ Currys

£8.99£12.9931%Currys PC World Deals
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Posted 15th Jul

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Offer ends on Tuesday. Comes with 2 years guarantee

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Get powerful sound for a more intense, realistic and immersive gaming experience with the Trust GXT 310 Radius Gaming Headset.

Whether you prefer playing PC games like World of Warcraft, or Call of Duty on your PS4, the GXT 310 is an affordable all-rounder that's the perfect upgrade from in ear headphones. Capable of reproducing accurate game audio for an experience that will envelope you, you'll be able to shut out the world and focus on smashing those high scores.

With an adjustable headband and microphone, you can find the perfect position for you, without compromising on how well your teammates can hear you. There's even a 1 metre extension cable included for PC, so you won't feel restricted if the only audio port is at the back of your desktop.
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Awful headset, I bought one from B&M last year and the microphone began buzzing and making a crackling noise within two weeks of minimum use.
Why would anyone get one of these, they are horrendous, anything sound related below £20 is just a big nope.
MrPleasant_exe16/07/2019 19:55

Why would anyone get one of these, they are horrendous, anything sound …Why would anyone get one of these, they are horrendous, anything sound related below £20 is just a big nope.


In the past two years I have purchased two wireless Bluetooth headphones posted as deals on this site, one Taotronics at just under £20 and recently an Intenso at about £10. They have both been fine, done everything I asked and the sound quality, battery life, Bluetooth connectivity and microphone all perfectly usable. They were bought as budget headphones, I don't expect £250 quality. Remember the old HiFi enthusiasts who would spend a fortune on stereo equipment and then sit listening to the distortion while normal people were buying ordinary kit but enjoying the beauty of Bach's music?
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