1MORE Spearhead VRX Review

👤by Weston Dakin Comments 📅04-09-18
Closer Look

The top side of the Spearhead VRX features an old-school styled stainless steel split headband. Underneath that is a flexible padded section that features some subtle Nx branding; this area is coated in a PU leather which is not the best quality, it’s a bit hard and doesn’t feel up to par with the rest of the headset. The padding on the inside is also quite sparse but on the plus side, the headset only weighs 324g, so it isn’t too heavy. The inner fabric is also not the smoothest; this isn’t an issue if you have hair, but if you are bald it could cause some discomfort.

The left-hand side features a centralised cylindrical arm that splits the design in the middle. This arm is mated to a support hinge that connects to the headband, this support features the 1MORE name and is made from metal. Just above that is an illumination zone which is in the form of the 1MORE logo. The main face features a plastic covering that utilises a circular pattern; surrounding that is a LED ring and some text which illuminates. Also on the left side, there is an extendable LED bar, this glows and when the mic is activated it pulses along with your speech.

Located on the top side of the cylindrical arm are a set of ENC microphones, these mics help filter out any external noises from your immediate surroundings.

The right-hand side is identical to the left minus the extendable LED bar.

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