Bloody Gaming M660 Chronometer Review

The M660 Chronometer from Bloody Gaming is a solid headset that provides comfortable listening while also allowing clear communication. I use a number of headphones in my daily activities whether that's listening to music while I workout, playing games in party chat or streaming/recording gameplay for my Youtube channel. Headsets are definitely a big deal and when testing this one out in all those aspects it works well. The audio is incredible as you can blast sound out to the point of it being heard throughout the entire room, but I'd probably not suggest doing that as it would damage your ears.

The headset is also great for providing quality audio with my tests using binaural sounds and songs that provide smaller background noises which I like to call tings. That being said these types of audio create a 3D effect and give a good sense of space which helps show that the headset provides quality sound. It's also great for noise cancelling as it almost completely blocks out any room noise and that was certainly pleasant when focusing on a game I'm playing. I was initially worried about the large size of the ear cushions as they're quite large, but after a few hours straight of gaming I found them comfy and didn't have any discomfort after doing so.

Hardware Continued
The M660 Chronometer sits comfortably on the head with a simple, yet great band that just adjusts to any size. This offers solid support and is held by a simple metal band that hangs over top keeping out the way while providing strength and having a nice quality to it. The outside aesthetics are that of a steampunk design and this aspect will come down to personal opinion. You either like the look that makes them stand out or you don't and while a safer design would make it more appealing to everyone I actually do quite like the look. There's also an option to plug in an extra usb that makes the sides and the mic piece glow with an orange light which is cool.

The microphone is great on the device offering a wide range of on-computer settings to choose the loudness along with a small scrolling volume wheel on the headset and it's very clear. The recorded audio was solid and those I talked to with it on found it to sound clear. The mic piece can also be adjusted in any sort of way being versatile and bendable though always away from your face so you won't notice it in your peripheral. The cords are also of high quality being long to use for any setup while also being thick so that they're less likely to get frayed. There are also many options for customizing the length as you can remove the orange option USB and the separate Mic/Headset ports for a single one. This is a shorter cord though long enough to leave comfortable space in any area and you get extra length when having the split of the two.
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The Conclusion

I don't have any complaints for the Bloody Gaming M660 Chronometer headset finding it to be a quality product that has all the right options for where ever I need to work and whatever I need it to be doing. It works simply across all my devices providing clear audio with a comfortable headset that I can wear for extended periods of time if needed.

The orange glow is also a nice touch though completely optional which is appreciated and I enjoyed the steampunk aesthetic that was used for the design. This is a solid option for a headset that can be used in all facets of life without issues and definitely one I would suggest.

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M660 Chronometer Review
Product provided by Bloody Gaming tested with Binaural audio, Music (CHVRCHES, Naked & Famous, La La Land), Minecraft Windows 10 Edition, Minecraft PE, SpiritSphere, Left 4 Dead 2, Call of Duty 4, Gears of War 4, Forza Horizon 3, Iphone5s, Xbox One

Rating Overall: 9.2

Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner