The Tunguska 2.0 as already stated came to me in a fetching Razer-esque shade of green, the left earcup featuring a swivel boom microphone.
Rather Razer-esque wouldn’t you say?
The Microphone is a permanently attached to the left ear-cup.
The Tunguska 2.0 headset has leatherette ear pads with a nice chequered pattern inside, both ear cups have a small amount of adjustment available, which helps them to fit most heads.
The in line control feels as though it is built to endure. The volume wheel is recessed into the control, and the microphone mute switch is exceptionally sturdy, also being coloured the same striking shade of green as the main headset itself.
The wires on the Tunguska 2.0 are braided very nicely, with each of the 3.5mm connectors also being gold plated.
The Tunguska 7.1 I received on the other hand, came in a vibrant white colour and features orange highlights on the headband and ear cups.
Once again this Tunguska also features a swivel microphone on the left ear cup.
The ear cups feature the same leatherette material but feature a solid black material inside rather than the chequered look in in the 2.0 model which is a shame.
The control for the Tunguska 7.1 is a bit different to the stereo model, it feels as though it is made of a cheaper plastic.
Once again though the cable used has a very nice braided finish.The control does have slightly more buttons for independent volume control, a microphone mute as well as a volume mute button.