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AZiO Levetron GH808 USB Gaming Headset

AZiO Levetron GH808 USB Gaming Headset
alaScore 89

20 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 20 reviews of AZiO Levetron GH808 USB Gaming Headset. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Computer Speakers for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Computer Speakers the AZiO Levetron GH808 USB Gaming Headset is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 20 reviews)

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AZiO Levetron GH808 USB Gaming Headset


It is widely believed that gaming headsets provide a much more immersive, captivating gaming experience than a speaker set up. They are also great in environments where the people around you don't fancy hearing deafening gunfire and explosions. Gaming...

Excellent for gaming; produces a truly immersive experience ; Well-built while not too heavy ; Great sound in movies ; Software greatly improves music playback ; Microphone records very clear vocals ; Great value Cons ; Software isn't included with the...

Software isn't included with the device ; Default settings produce poor music playback ; Lacks swiveling earcups ; Earcups are a bit shallow

The Levetron headset performed extremely well, especially in games. It gave a more immersive atmosphere to movies and TV shows and, with a little tweaking, music playback is satisfactory.

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No surround but not a deal breaker for me.

So comfy, fantastic sound, USB

A little heavy after more than 2 hours

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Muffles outside sound well. While this may be a con for some, it's a pro for others. This is definately a better idea than duct-taping speakers and subwoofers to your head.

The headset gets amazing bass. With this and how loud it can go, it can be used as small speakers. Gets the bass that most headsets claim to have, but really don't



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Seems nice!


For the price, I honestly can't complain. I'm coming from a pair of SteelSeries Siberia V2, and the sound quality is significantly better.

I'll start off by writing about the bass. This headset delivers when it comes to bass. Even without the vibration feature (which I didn't really like, will speak about it in Cons), I messed with the equalizer a bit and fine-tuned it to my likings. In...

As stated above, I wasn't a fan of the vibration feature. It was almost distracting how intense it was in FPS games like CS:GO and such. As it stands, I only use the vibration for music, and that's very seldom. Another complaint is the actual weight of...

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great headset 4 years of function


Volume dial ; Vibration ; Mic ; Ear Cuffs ; Quality

I've had these for about four years and the audio dial had recently broke and that's the only problem I've had

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Azio Headset review


Hi, my name is Zack. I would definitely recommend this headset to all levels of gamers from beginners to pros. The biggest reason of why I love this headset over most is the added Vibration Drivers, sound quality, and the fact that it is USB powered....

Vibration Drivers ; Sounds Quality ; Comfort ; Aesthetics ; USB powered ; Large Drivers ; Metal Frame

None yet :D

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Fantastic Headset and amazing customer service


USB ; Amazing bass (thanks to the extra bass driver) ; Great build quality ; Long cord ; Great mic sound quality ; Easy volume control ; Easier to mute mic than most headsets (all you have to do is put the mic up, as apposed to fiddling with inline...

At first, it was a bit uncomfortable to wear for long periods but after owning it for more than a year this is no longer the case

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Headset didn't last.


The headset has literally never left my room since I've gotten it; I don't think I did anything that could cause damage to it. I've been told by several people that a headset for this price should last at least 2 years, and that's true for most hardware.

(This is the first USB headset I've owned) ; Movie and Gameplay sound was good ; I've never heard a complaint about my microphone quality which is a significant plus

One thing I noticed in the first week of using the headset is that the right headphone would be noticeably quieter than the left if the mounted volume dial was lowered to a "quiet" volume. This wasn't a huge problem because I play loud ; The larger Con...

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Well that didn't last long


It randomly stopped working one day, and, according to Windows, caused power surges.... Waiting to contact Azio, but I doubt anything can be done about this.

Somewhat impressive looking. Headset had decent sound, and the bass button is amusing, although a bit excessive. Mic was passable

Crushes my ears due to it not being that flexible. Painful to wear for large quantities of time. Prepare for a lot of discomfort if you intend to use the bass feature ; Stopped working properly at about 2 months of use. Can't really do anything with...

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Ridiculous Bass, maybe too much


I bought these because they were on sale and because my old cheapo $5 headset broke. I figured it was time to spend big boy money and get a big boy headset. So far I'm enjoying them despite the issues above, largely because the surround feature was not...

Good frequency response, especially bass ; Sturdy as hell, both the headset and the cable ; Lightweight given the above sturdiness ; Volume on the headset; no clippy inline thing to mess with ; Mic mutes on flip-up; no button/switch to fumble ; Plug N...

As mentioned by others, Bass Boost/Vibration takes it from "can mostly hear the bass" to "my teeth are vibrating out" with no in-between ; 7.1 driver absolutely would not work on my system (7 Pro x64). Required reboot to install, then would switch back...