PC & Console Peripherals

Sharkoon RUSH ER30 – Clean sound for little money?

The RUSH ER30 promises a comprehensive gaming experience where the most important thing is on board. Sharkoon’s new gaming headset, is a headset which at first glance doesn’t seem particularly innovative. The sound and tone of the microphone should be solid enough to satisfy the needs of a gamer. How well does the RUSH ER30 perform in practical tests – much more importantly, how well can the affordable headset deliver on the most important points?


Type: stereo headset, enclosing the ear
Connection and cable length: USB, 220 cm
Lighting: RGB
Weight (without cable): 320 g
Impedance (headphones): 32 Ohm
Frequency range (headphones): 20 Hz – 20,000 Hz
Impedance (microphone): 2.2 Kilo Ohm
Sensitivity (microphone): -42 dB ± 3 dB
Frequency range (microphone): 100 Hz – 10.000 Hz
Package content: RUSH ER30, extra fabric ear pads, instructions

Packing and scope of delivery

The RUSH ER30 arrives in a simple and small package that fits perfectly. As with any packaging, the outside of the box has a very attractive product image, as well as a few details and specifications. At first glance, the striking RBG lighting is immediately noticeable, which looks promising even on the packaging.

Let’s open the package and take a look inside. The headset is lying on a paper stand, whereby the upper leatherette of the headband has been packed separately with plastic protection. The USB cable of the headphones is located in the black paper stand, where you can also find the included manual. Between the headphones and the paper stand there are also some spare ear pads, which are made of breathable fabric, unlike the leatherette ear pads that are already on the headphones. So you have two pairs that you can change at will. The fabric earpads are suitable for the warmer seasons.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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