Flexible User Control Use the touch sensitive control panel or the remote control to ensure complete control of LS50 Wireless from a different aspect. T3 Verdict While a few elements of the overall package aren’t ideal, the LS40s sound stunning. The wireless “Base Station” dongle has a functional but questionable design; the ear pads don’t look or feel great; the wireless range is just OK; while some of the streamlined elegance displayed in the LS20s is also lost in the engorged over-ear design. Review — Gramophone Magazine. Into this port you plug the bundled optical cable, which in turn plugs into the digital optical port of your system, which in T3’s case was a PS4 Pro.
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LS50 Wireless delivers a clear, accurate and transparent sound that creates an intense, rich, and multi-dimensional soundstage experience.
The intensity was white hot. It delivers exceptional sound quality, once only achievable by putting together a system of high quality separate components. The light stitching contrasts really well to the black of the leather and the padding is genuinely substantial enough to cushion the crown and prevent any aching or pain even over the most lengthy play sessions.
Given a little space to breathe and mounted on a pair dound solid stands these monitors sound terrific. But let’s get into specifics, as that is where the real mettle of any gaming headset is proven.
LucidSound LS40 Surround Wireless Universal Gaming Headset review | T3
This means that the rigid sheath at the end of the cable protrudes outwards from the dongle for about an inch. It’s your hi-fi system of the future, here and now. These speakers communicate the energy and drive in a piece of music brilliantly.
Geralt’s wonderfully gravely voice was even more delicious to listen to as well.
Here are some thoughts on a selection of these titles. Next soundd, we analysed the headband and frame. Just how much bigger can the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G get?!
KEF LS50 review | What Hi-Fi?
DMC was chosen for its mass and inertness. The LucidSound LS40 7.
Review — Digital Aaudio. Open the outer box and you’re are presented with a flap-opening black interior box with LucidSound’s logo emblazoned on the front.
X into the LS40s, LucidSound is clearly gunning for the big players in the gaming headset market, which with the likes of Razer, Astro, HyperX, SteelSeries and Sennheiser firmly entrenched with years of intense competition under their aueio, it better be sure that this system is ready to enter the fray.
Naturally, we tested a bunch of games to see how the LS40s performed, including Hatsune Miku: Move up the frequency range and these KEFs continue to impress. The elliptical one used to tune the bass on the LS50 is unusual, though. Each ear cup can be rotated through a pleasingly wide arc, and there is that lovely piston-feel resistance on each, which means that the angle at which each is orientated does not change accidentally when taking the headset on and off, or placing it down on a flat surface between uses.
Finally, we put on the futuristic racer Wipeout, which in the new Omega Collection is just brutally slick and playable. Setting up the headset up is also straightforward in terms of enabling the headset and surround sound in the console’s menu system.
While a few elements of the overall package aren’t ideal, the LS40s sound stunning.