It almost seems like every well-known hardware manufacturer needs its own gaming peripherals – and AOC is no exception. After the first steps have already been made, for example in the form of keyboards, the company’s first two headsets, the GH200 and GH300, now follow.
Today, we are testing the cheaper GH200, which, like its sister model, comes in an over-ear design and is supposed to fulfill typical gaming requirements. Among other things, AOC promises a high playback and recording quality together with a lot of wearing comfort.
Whether these promises are kept in practice, what makes the AOC GH200 special and whether the headset is recommendable for its starting price of 43 euros, we clarify in the following test.
|Driver:||50mm, neodymium magnet|
|Frequency range:||20 Hz-20 kHz|
|Frequency range (microphone):||100 Hz-10 kHz, Omnidirectional|
|Sound pressure level:||100 ± 3dB at 1 kHz|
|Weight with microphone:||287 g|
|Cable length and type:||3.5mm jack, four-pin, 1.8m.
Scope of delivery
As for the scope of delivery, AOC donates the usual standard equipment to the GH200. The 1.8-meter, four-pin connection cable is permanently installed on the headset, and there is also a Y-splitter for operation on two separate, three-pin connections.