LucidSound LS15X Gaming Headphone Review

LucidSound has recently launched its latest gaming headphone LucidSound LS15X. The headphone come with a Light weight design, Mic monitoring, rechargeable battery, and removable boom mic. Additionally, the headphone has to offer superior sound with three EQ modes.

  • Great sound for the price
  • Solid feature set with big battery life
  • Attractive design with multiple color options
  • Quality of materials takes a hit
  • Mic isn’t the best in the world
  • Moving parts have inconsistent action

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Price and availability

The LucidSound LS15X come with an only Black colour variant. It has price $99.99. you can purchase this Gaming headphone from the company’s official website

Who should have to Buy the headphone?

  • For those who need the better sound quality for long sessions
  • For those who need a low cost headset.

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Box Content

LucidSound LS15X
  1. Wireless Headset
  2. Removable Boom Mic
  3. Micro-USB Charging Cable
  4. USB Wireless Transmitter
  5. Quick Start Guide (not shown)

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LucidSound LS15X: Design

In terms of design, the LucidSound LS15X comes with a lightweight design with memory foam earbuds. This includes flexible frames for optimal comfort during long-play sessions. In addition, the earcup is made of glass which means you can wear the headset comfortably with your eyeglasses. Earcups have a flat twist to relax comfortably around your neck between matches.

The LucidSound LS15X is officially licensed for Xbox Series X | S and Xbox One games. The over-ear earcup fits snugly in your ear and does not leak during calls. Headphones offer three different EQ modes: Natural (Flat EQ), Bass Boost, Signature Sound (Footsteps mode).

I was glad to know that this headset was also comfortable enough. Leather-style earcups are cooler than cheap fabric, tend to use some budget headsets, and are wide with a generous degree of head strap adjustment, making this an ideal headset for young people and those with large skulls like me. Is. Honestly there is very little to complain about this headset, but like any product, it is not quite perfect.

LucidSound LS15X: Touch controls

You can easily adjust a variety of audio options including headset volume, game/chat balance, mic mute, game audio mute and mic monitoring via on-earcup controls. Focus on the win and not on fumbling around with cumbersome controls. Additionally, you can use these headphone to intuitive controls to adjust volume and chat with the volume wheels and toggle game mute, mic mute and mic recording with the center buttons.

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LucidSound LS15X: sound

The LucidSound LS15X come with a 50mm dynamic drivers to boost your audio into a low latency sound. Which increase sound quality with high bass. Low latency Interference-free wireless provides a strong connection even in crowded Wi-Fi environments. Quick and easy to setup.

The great thing about this headset is its audio quality. Whether I was driving or running or listening to music, the audio was very clear and free from distortion. The bass has a little omph, but not too heavy. And once I adjusted the volume I had no problem listening to my friends on game audio.

The headset includes two microphones. One is a small pinhole integrated into the headset, to be used for mobile calls while you are on the go. This is a detachable boom mic that you can use most of the time. This mic can be move and turn in any direction to find a sweet spot. When you want to mute your mic for a moment, there is a subtle red light at the end of the mic, indicating that you are muted, but it is dull enough to not distract your peripheral vision, but noticeable so that if you You can tell if you are muted.

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LucidSound LS15X: Connectivity

The does not come with more connectivity option like Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT and SteelSeries Arctis 7P +. The headphone wirelessly connect with a the Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One games.

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LucidSound LS15X: Battery

LucidSound LS15X

The LucidSound LS15X include a rechargeable battery with a up to 15 hours per charge. However, in my testing the battery could last about 13 hours per charge.

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LucidSound LS15X: conclusion

Overall the LS15X offers the same experience as I expected for a headset in its price range. The audio quality is good and smokes the caliber found on your TV’s built-in speakers, but doesn’t quite match the wired options in the same price range. Mike’s performance is similarly very standard. However, with wireless capabilities and the ability to use spatial sound, the LS15X is nothing more than what it offers at this price. If you’re looking for a way to enter the world of wireless gaming audio without breaking the bank, the LS15X is where you start!

What should you get instead of LucidSound LS15X?

Audio Technica ATH-GDL3 open back headphone is best choice against the LucidSound LS15X. Audio Technica ATH-GDL3 come with a detachable boom microphone, built-in volume control and mute-switch for convenient control. Along with that, it offers Japanese analog audio with the original spirit of the air.

Moreover, the Razer Opus X is also good option to buy instead of the LucidSound LS15X. Razer Opus X is simple but sturdy, with simple controls located on the bottom of the right ear cup, with two embedded microphones for ANC (active noise cancellation) and a second pair for voice chat. It come with a 40mm dynamic drivers, Bluetooth 5.0, 20hz-20khz frequency response and up to 30 hours of battery on top.

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