So, I’ve recently heard of this company known as ThinkWrite, and it definitely is a company devoted to making headphones, and decent ones at that! Apparently, they have had help from an Emmy award-winning audio engineer named Mark Howlett. Today, we have three of them ready to review, and I’ll be taking a look at them all.
Our Review of ThinkWrite Technologies Ultra Durable Pro Headset
The first I have is the Ultra Durable Pro Headset. The Ultra Durable Pro advertises as a “new level of audio quality”, and I am trying it out, and it lives up to this claim.
In addition to the great quality, the Ultra Durable Pro is “comfort-first”, and I have to say that the earcups are very, very comfortable. Not only that, I think it really makes the sound very, very good. I mean, I don’t know it cannot be good with 40 mm drivers.
Oh, and I should probably talk about the flip-down omni directional microphone boom, and it is made for really capturing your voice. So can these be used for gaming or video content creation? I would say: of course!
So, if you are looking to get into this, head on over to the ThinkWrite website and pay $31.99.
Our Review of ThinkWrite Technologies REVO TW300 Headphone
So, let’s talk about the REVO TW300, the second of our ThinkWrite Trilogy. This is a lot like the Ultra Durable as it is an over-ear headphone, but doesn’t have the microphone.
The ear-cup does cover the ear rather well, and it is good enough to create more than decent sound. I am told that they insulate the ear in 360 degrees, and its made to minimize background noise. I’m listening to them now, and the REVO TW300 does live up to it.
Like the Ultra Durable of the first installment, it has 40mm drivers. Wait a second, it also has 24 mm thick seamless ear cushions, and acoustically tuned and ported ear cups.
If the REVO TW300 Headphone is something that you want, head on over to the ThinkWrite website and pay $29.99 for them.
Our Review of ThinkWrite Technologies Victory 250XG Gaming Headset
Now, to conclude our trilogy, we have the Victory 250XG Gaming Headset. As you can tell from the name, the Victory 250XG Gaming Headset is made for those who game.
The Victory 250XG has some very great sound, and it has 40 mm drivers with great earcups. It certainly drowns out any distracting noise, that is for sure.
As for the microphone, it has an adjustable “Silicon Flex” that flips down to capture all the sound you want while you are gaming with your friends on Call of Duty or whatever.
If the 250XG Victory Gaming headset, then you can go to the ThinkWrite website and lay down $39.99 for it.