Visit our Business Solutions website >>

eDimensional AudioFX Force Feedback Gaming Headset

alaTest has collected and analyzed 523 reviews of eDimensional AudioFX Force Feedback Gaming Headset. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. Reviewers really like the durability and bass quality. The price and comfort also get good feedback, but many are negative about the treble quality and size. There are mixed opinions on the mids quality and portability.

sound, comfort, price, bass quality, durability

usability, reliability, size, treble quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the eDimensional AudioFX Force Feedback Gaming Headset is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 72/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 523 reviews)

1 expert reviews

User Reviews  

Showing 523 review(s)

Expert Reviews User Reviews
Showing 1 - 10 of 523 Show Reviews: in English

Expert review by: Tyler Curry (

eDimensional AudioFX Gaming Headset


If you've been playing games for a long time, especially first person shooter style games you know how much a good sound system can play an integral part in your playing experience. Being able to hear your enemy's footsteps and gunfire is one of the...

Nov, 2005

Consumer review by: Syf (

great sound


made durable ; color scheme works well

not free

Jul, 2010

Consumer review by: N/A (

Piece of junk


I wrote eDimensional with my observations and got this reply: *blank* *nothing* *nada* These headphones are so bad I threw them away rather than giving them to someone else.


They sound terrible compared to any other headphone I've tried (Sennheiser's, Razor's, inexpensive earbuds, etc.) The audio is muddied and the force feedback feels like a hammer slapping your head

Jul, 2010

Consumer review by: IaBoy (

Great Headset


Not Too heavy. Great realistic surround sound

Color is kinda blah - one (1) egg for color

Jul, 2010

Consumer review by: Jay Bazuzi (

Really, really loud


Good quality sound. Good dynamic range. Volume controls on the wire are linked to OS volume

So loud! I have to set the volume to the very lowest setting (2 out of 100 in Windows 7. The volume controls adjust in steps of 2.) Then I have to adjust the volume of the playback app (Media Player, YouTube, etc.) to less than 1/2 of its volume, for...

Jul, 2010

Consumer review by: NeoHazard (

Rather Disappointed


I'm not happy to have bought this headset, have it wonderful for a short period but only long enough to lock me out of a replacement. I definitely would NOT buy another headset from this company, its no wonder it had a shell shocker deal for half off....

This headset looked and felt durable, it had a great design, fantastic sound and mic quality, the cord was thick and didn't seem fragile, the FF was fantastic for the bass, essentially this headset appeared perfect

1 month in, the headset has been roughed around a bit, due to moving between my divorced parent's houses. The mic has just stopped working, a week after the replacement policy expired. The sound has started crackling and has slight static, there has...

Jul, 2010

Consumer review by: N/A (

Brings Games to Life


Best set of Gaming headphones that I have owned. Very immersive experience.

Great for gaming. Really does provide a surround experience. Force feedback is fantastic. Mic is clear

Need to have the volume high to truely experience the force feedback. Really best used for gaming. They are only good if using for applications other than gaming

Jul, 2010

Consumer review by: N/A (



I got this back on the shell shocker deal. Yes, the higher-end ones are better. However, for the price, this one is fantastic.

Pretty solid headset. Drivers work fine and audio sounds great. Also cancels out noise well

Need more expanion on width than height. Is a little tight on my ears and hurts after a while of wearing it, but I do have a big head, lol. Also, the numbers don't go below 3 on the adjuster. Why put anything below 3 on there if it won't adjust that...

Jul, 2010

Consumer review by: Gadget Man (



Very happy with the product overall. Would recommend to a friends and family.

Very good bass and surround sound, plug and enjoy usb, no need to download the software unless you want to minipilate the 5:1 sound. Nice clean sound and mic works great. Very flexible mic boom to position it where you need it. Bass reacting lights in...

Has a cheap plastic feeling but stable. Very loud if you don't adjust it's volume as well as the volume on your computer. The mute button on the control hub doesn't work

Jul, 2010

Consumer review by: Nate (



I will never buy this brand again, and I SERIOUSLY suggest you dont either. They WILL break! Its just not worth it. Wish me luck wiht my next pair of not e-Deminsioal headset.

The headset is comfortable, and the sound and mic is good. The best part is the force feed back. However, thats about all

Absoluly JUNK constuction. For $70 you expect a degree of durability. Im on my second pair in less than a year ; My first pair got stepped on, and the right ear piece broke. I was upset and didnt hold this against the quality ; My second pair, was...

Jul, 2010

Product Specifications

The E-D Audio FX Headset is a high quality full-ear unit with a microphone, certified for superior voice recognition and noise cancellation. With its bass-boosting force feedback built right into the headset gives you the complete immersive experience. You'll actually feel your enemy's footsteps approaching, the force of explosion and the intensifying rumble of engines as they get closer. The Audio FX mimics the way sound behaves in a real-world, 3D space, giving you increased situational awareness & improving your gameplay. Speaker: 10mm Electrets condenser microphone Sensitivity - -58dB +/-3dB Frequency Response - 30-16,000Hz Low impedance Force feedback Windows and Macintosh