I have been lucky enough to use these headsets for a while now, the Tunguska range are very nice pieces of equipment and both have a great design and style to them. With both standing out from the normal blacks and dark colours used in other headsets.
The 7.1 model offers a very nice sound, if a bit bassy in my experience but thanks to the included software this can be reduced if you desire. After seeing how similar it was to the GAMDIAS Eros in the software and style I was not too surprised as to how it performed overall, but this is certainly no bad thing. Especially considering how well put together both of the Tunguskas feel.
The colour scheme on the Tunguska 7.1 has some nice touches including LED’s in the ear cups to give another tint of orange when the headset has power.
The Tunguska 2.0 whilst being the cheaper headset, does not skimp on quality, and in my tests I have to say I actually preferred its audio output, due to the clear mids and treble that was apparent even on heavier tracks.
The colour of the Tunguska 2.0 certainly may not to be everyone’s tastes but they are also available in a more neutral white colour scheme as well as the vibrant orange as featured on the Attitude One boxes.
Overall, I have to say that Attitude One have a brilliant pair of headsets and as with the other items I have been able to review, they are showings of a company that I feel seriously wants to do well. I think Attitude One can be majorly happy with the peripherals they are putting out and I hope they continue making these superb items.
I would like to thank Attitude One and PCB.se for providing me with this hardware to review.