EKSA E900 Pro Gaming Headset Review

With how big competitive gaming or just gaming, in general, has become, a good headset is more important to your set up than ever.  However, so often when setting up a new PC, many people overlook new peripherals and often opt for using things such as keyboards, mice, and headsets that they already own. Often, this is due to the cost of what is considered a good, quality gaming headset that can cost upwards of $100 or more. If you are on a tight budget, that extra $100 plus dollars can make a big difference when putting towards a better CPU or GPU.

But too often, just the name that is on that headset can come at a premium. I have come across too many “gaming headsets” where you end up paying for the name, but not getting the quality to match your investment. Because of this, I’ve personally branched off a bit from the mainstream companies and embraced testing less known and more budget-friendly options. However, too often, I’m disappointed.

So, when I was asked to take a look at a headset from a company I had never heard of, I was a bit wary to do so but agreed to do the review. Then the EKSA E900 Pro USB gaming headset arrived at my house in a box that was heavily damaged from Amazon. So, I already had my doubts. Luckily, it still worked. So, I put the EKSA E900 Pro through its paces. I used it for everything from gaming and music to movies and YouTube. So, how did this budget gaming headset do? Let’s find out.


  • Headphone Sensitivity
    • 115dB -121dB
  • Headphone Impedance
    • 30 Ohm
  • Headphone Speaker Diameter
    • 50 mm
  • Microphone Type
    • Retractable Noise Cancelling
  • Omnidirectional Microphone
    • 4015 mm
  • Frequency Response
    • 20-2000 hz
  • Sensitivity
    • -42±3dB
  • USB adapter cable length
    • 8 m
  • Mic Type
    • Detachable boom
  • Compatibility
    • PC
    • PS4
    • XBOX ONE
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Mobile


    E900 Pro Box Front

    The front of the box for the EKSA E900 Pro has the EKSA logo with 7.1 surround sound printed on the top left-hand corner. Just below the logo is the E900 Pro branding with a 2-in-1 gaming headset printed just below the branding.  A large image of the E900 Pro takes up the majority of the front. Across the bottom, they list the platforms the E900 Pro is compatible with. These include PS4, XBOX ONE, Nintendo Switch and PC of course.

    E900 Pro Box back

    On the rear of the box, there is a brief description of the EKSA E900 Pro printed at the top. There is also a list of the product specifications or parameters as the box displays. Last, there is a list of the contents in the box.

    The EKSA E900 Pro comes in a most likely imitation leather carrying case with the EKSA logo displayed in the center of the bag and a pull cord to keep it closed. In addition, there a locking 3.5mm cable that locks into the headset so it can’t pull out. The 3.5 mm cable also comes equipped with a Velcro strap. There is also a 3.5mm splitter, a boom mic and a very long USB Type-C cable with an EKSA branded Velcro strap.