- Personalized 360 Spatial Sound for Gaming provides precise rival detection
- Dual Sensor Noise Canceling Technology keeps out surrounding noise while Ambient Sound Mode keeps you aware of important sounds in your environment
- Soft headband cushion and synthetic leather ear pads for wearing comfort
- Discord certified, clear communications via a flexible flip-up boom microphone with mute function
- Game freely with wireless connectivity and low delay
- Up to 32 hours of continuous gameplay from a single charge
- For PC and PlayStation 5
The InZone H9 is a new range of gaming accessories from Sony’s entertainment and sound family, not the PlayStation family, despite the fact that it looks like a PS5 headset. It is essentially a PC-only gaming headset with a close connection to the console connect.
It features effective unique spatial sound (with Tempest 3D compatibility), excellent audio quality, a long battery life, and simultaneous Bluetooth and 2.4GHz connections. It is comfortable and tastefully constructed.
Given its vocal heritage, it’s hardly surprising that the H9 incorporates DNC and 40mm drivers, as well as other cutting-edge technology from Sony’s highly regarded WH-1000XM5. To lessen tiredness and other related problems, the H9 employs “low pressure” DNC, which means it doesn’t put pressure on the ears like regular cancellations.
Game/chat balance controls, Bluetooth pairing and connection toggle buttons, a power button, a DNC on/off/ambient button, and a volume dial are all included as on-ear controls (from left to right). Unwired headphones cannot be charged through USB-C.
One of the least uncomfortable and worn-out HyperX headsets is this one. With a comfy headband and soft, leatherette-covered earpads that are well-cushioned and don’t press too hard against my spectacles, there is enough of space in both the breadth and the height. However, they don’t appear to be replaced, and they’re definitely not the ideal choice if your ears perspire a lot.
The H9’s microphone isn’t designed for clarity, which may be a gain or a drawback depending on your demands, unlike many other gaming headsets. It offers a natural sound quality, sounds more like a regular mic, and may be a better option for streamers than teammates.
The audio is excellent. There is a large soundstage and nice separation in the music.