Unlike the rest of Gamdias products that passed the lab, the Hebe GHS2300 is one that really screams for attention as it is bright red in color.
I must admit, looking at the glossy bright red material, I immediately thought this would be yet another low-cost headset. Sure, it is low-cost but the headset performed better than I expected. Starting off, the overall build was pretty cool though it doesn’t come with moving ear pieces.
At the top, there’s a comfortable cushion under the head band.
The cushion on the ear pieces use the same material as the one on the head band, it’s made of PVC material which provides pretty good sound insulation though being of such material also meant it’s less ventilated.
The Hebe GHS2300 comes with a simple controller, not the most impressive of build quality but it works fine.
Lastly, there’s the rather huge non-removable microphone.
More details at the official product page.
The headset is as it is, nothing fancy at all – no fancy lights, just a super bright looking stereo headset.
What I like about it is that it’s sufficiently loud and audio quality is pretty neat, though it tends to rattle a little once bass gets a little strong. Overall, I like that the audio quality is a good balance between bass and treble.
The Gamdias HEBE Stereo Gaming Headset GHS2300 retails for RM 159, pretty good price for a simple headset that’s of decent build quality and comfort.