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GameON Earphones from Atari by ROAM

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?
Discovered on 2016-11-11

Introducing the GameON Headphones from Atari, by ROAM. They wanted their first co-branded project with Atari to not only be sensational but SIMPLE at the same time. An easy-to-use product that is classic, but comes with an undeniably modern look (brushed titanium parts) and sound (dynamic balanced armature drivers). Not only does each pair of GameON earphones deliver unprecedented sound quality in a sub-$200 in-ear headphone – but it does so in a way that’s easy to understand, and even easier to use. Anyone with an analog jack can plug it in and enjoy their favorite music after that. No one sound fits all. With GameON, you can choose between audiophile mode and bass head mode – depending on what you’re listening to. Audiophile is the default frequency on every pair of GameON earphones. But you can easily and quickly toggle between audiophile and bass head modes by simply pushing a button on the back of the Y splitter, opposite the iconic Atari logo. So go ahead. Be brave. Take control. And liberate yourself from the tyranny of the typical “one sound fits all” earphone experience.

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Overview & Specs
Frequency Response :
15 Hz - 22000 Hz
Impedance :
18 Ohm
Sensitivity :
105 dB
Distortion :
Less than 0.8 %
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