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PowerSpec 8206

alaTest has collected and analyzed 249 reviews of PowerSpec 8206. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. People are impressed by the design. The reliability is also appreciated, but reviews are divided on the usability. Some have doubts about the size.

price, reliability, design


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the PowerSpec 8206 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review by: Phil P. (

Birthday gift


I can hear him I game.

son loves it


Jan, 2016

Consumer review by: Tyler P. (

Vibrating headphones


These are one of those things you didn't know you needed until you had it. The only thing I would change (but im not sure if it is possible) would be to have a headphone jack as well. I know it needs the USB to power the vibrations. UPDATE: The...

Great Sound Great Mic Comfortable

Mic cover fell off practically right away. Stopped working after 5 months.

Jan, 2016

Consumer review by: Matt G. (

Annoying Rattling Sound in Right Headphone


-I wouldn't recommend buying this.

-Very good audio quality -Vibration is strong and works well -Driver software has a decent amount of settings

-A few days after the return period expired, the right headphone began to make a rattling/vibrating noise whenever it played anything. It's very annoying and has made the headphones virtually useless now. This wouldn't be a huge issue, but due to...

Jan, 2016

Consumer review by: Logan A. (

These Sound Amazing!!


- Easy to use/ convenient controller - Get's super loud (i have my volume at 20% most of the time)

- The controller definitely weighs down the cord..enough to where your left ear will feel as if it's being pulled down by the headset - Cost (but you get what you pay for)

Jan, 2016

Consumer review by: Landon M. (

Liked them till they broke


Comfortable. Good quality sound. Cord is plenty long. Liked the volume adjustment on the cord which allows volume adjustment, mute, vibrate feature on/off.

The volume adjustment on the cord doesn't have a clip, so it falls off my lap all the time and jerks the headset. Annoying. Mike and right speaker no longer work. Bought them 7/2014 so no longer returnable. Should last longer than 18 months. I still...

Dec, 2015

Consumer review by: Jeff S. (

Affordable, good headset


Affordable. Headset produces good stereo sound and the microphone leaves me clear and very easily understood over voice comms. It's also very comfortable to wear for extended periods. Ear pads support a wide variety of positions so they can be worn...

The surround sound effect of the headset is weak. Contrast this with another 5.1 headset I used to own, I can't really tell any difference between "forward" and backward" with this headset. This is my biggest disappointment with the headset. I tried...

Dec, 2015

Consumer review by: Chris H. (

Rosewill RHTS-8206





Dec, 2015

Consumer review by: Gaines B. (

Good Headset


Nice well built set. Good sound , clear mic. and i even like the rumble feature ( kinda just makes the bass "feel " better). good controlls on the cord

tight on my head ( no I dont have a big head! ) Cups are a little small imo.

Dec, 2015

Consumer review by: Gaines B. (

Rosewill headset


Got them on Sale for 40 bucks and well worth it imo. Much better than the Turtle Beach ones for the same price point.

Good build quality, and sound. The vibration feature is surprisingly cool. Makes the bass seem bigger.

They are tight on the head, and I don't have a large head. makes my ears hurt after a couple of hours.

Nov, 2015

Consumer review by: Michael T. (

Rosewill RHTS-8206


These do a good job of blocking out ambient noise, which might be a good thing or a bad thing depending on your circumstances.

The sound quality is excellent, especially for the price. I've had a wide variety of headsets over the years and this one sounds almost as good as the higher-end ones. The vibration feature is actually quite nice for gaming; I was skeptical when I...

There's no way around it: this headset is not comfortable at all. I'm not sure whose head they were designed for, but if you have a big head, big ears, or wear glasses (or, as in my case, all of the above), you'll be wanting to take these off after an...

Nov, 2015

Product Specifications

PowerSpec the brand and PowerSpec the company are built on the simple concept of More for Less. The creators of the brand envisioned saving the "techno-savvy" computer buyer substantial money in three ways: offer simple configurations, and mainstream technology, so customers don't pay for either what they don't need or what's too expensive now because it's too cutting edge; make sure all components are the lowest cost for an acceptably high standard of quality, that cost decreases are relentlessly pursued and the savings quickly passed on to customers; drive down manufacturing costs and eliminate extra expense layers - large manufacturing overheads and resellers' markups are just not part of the PowerSpec formula.