ROCCAT Khan AIMO Review

👤by Weston Dakin Comments 📅09-05-18
Closer Look



The left side of the Khan AIMO features a non-removable microphone and some branding. There is also an RGB illumination accent that highlights the side of the housing. The housing is connected to the headband via a Y-shaped arm which is in-turn joined to a mechanism that allows the entire cups to rotate. A second illumination strip can be spotted here as well as some more branding.


The Right side has a large ROCCAT logo printed on it along with the same accented features as the left side. The housing on both sides is constructed from a durable and premium feeling plastic. This is not only robust, but it helps keep the weight of the headset down.


At the rear of the housing on the right, there is a volume dial and also a button that allows you to control the surround sound features. The volume control dial is a bit stiff and not the smoothest in action, it also only allows a 2 step volume increase or decrease. This means that there is no 1 step adjustment via the built-in control. The button is nicely tactile and has good feedback, however.

The left doesn’t house any buttons and only features the non-removable braided fabric cable.


The earcups have a soft, smooth synthetic leather texture that covers the memory foam padding inside.



The headband is again plastic but feels quite solid. You’ll also find more branding here as well. Inside the headband is a generous amount of padding that utilises the same materials as the earcups.


The headband adjustment is partially plastic, but it's reinforced with a stainless steel band for extra durability.

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