Mionix Nash 20 headset review - When matte black shines

Comfort

There are two things I immediately noticed on the Mionix Nash 20. The first is its weight; it's probably one of the heftiest gaming headsets I had on my head, clocking at around 400g. The second is its comfort; despite the weight pressing down on the ears, the plentiful layers on leather-wrapped foam, the headband doesn't become encumbersome or unpleasant to wear, even after several hours of use. While you'll always feel it resting on your head, since the added metal makes it a tight-grip, it won't cause wearer fatigue or strain on the head / ears, despite its size and weight.

The cups are very large and manage to accomodate most ears. Since they also feature full swivel motion, they'll adjust to the shape of your head with ease.

Specs

Mionix lists features and most relevant specs on the official site and on the box, so I didn't have to hunt for them too much.

 

Specs
Driver

Driver: 50 mm neodymium magnet;

 Sensitivity

Headphone: 103dB ±3dB (1KHz/1mW)
Microphone: -42dB ± 3dB

Frequency Response

Headphone: 20Hz ~ 20.000Hz
Microphone: 50Hz ~ 16.000Hz

Maximum Input

80mW

Impedance

32 ± 10% Ohm at 1kHz

Cable & Connection

Cable: 1.2m (smartphone / headphone) cable; 2m extension cable with dual 3.5mm adapter.

Noise cancelling

No

Weight

398g with cable

 

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