I usually don’t put much faith or even any on earphones, the Kworld S25 however claimed to be a gaming headphone and even boasts of having bass boost and that got me curious.
Here you see the Kworld S25 with the earpieces that look like bullets, it’s a mix of gold and brown color with golden surface on the earpiece and connector.
Here’s the closer look at the earpieces, it has rubber padding at the front.
The braided cable comes with a rubber cable tie.
This is the controller pieces for volume adjustment.
Lastly there’s a range of other paddings and fittings available for you to customize the Kworld S25 for your liking.
The Kworld S25 is comfortable to use, the padding holds to your ear without feeling like an unwanted object being stuck.
As for the audio output, not that part is quite amazing actually. The Kworld S25 is capable of bass and it sounds really good too, especially when you push it deeper into your ear and really tighten the hold. When left as it is, the bass effect is reduced but it’s still there.
I tried gaming on Overwatch with it and it was quite satisfying, I can only tell the difference between it and my usual headphone when it comes to scene with most boom. Remember, I said that the bass is good but when it’s deeper into your ear when the gaps are not there. Music listening? It works too, the bass parts of any audio number will be vastly improved once gaps are reduced.
The braided cables are great for protection but I do find that it makes the whole cable very tough, after all it just came out of the box and looks like a zig zag noodle of some sort.
The Kworld S25 Elite Gaming Earphone retails at around RM 120, it does work as claimed and works well not just for games but for music listening too. Don’t expect it to perform like your favorite audiophile earphones though but for what it’s worth as a gaming earphone, it sure works well for many cases.