Tesoro Technology is a brand name that most have probably never heard of, that being said they’ve been around since 2011 and are known for making stylish gaming peripherals such as headsets, keyboards, and mice, and are just recently bringing their products to the U.S. and Canada.
Today we’ll be taking a look at one of their more popular wired gaming headsets, the Kuven Devil 71. Virtual Gaming Headset.
PACKAGING, PRICNG & SPECIFICATIONS
Packaging for the headset is fairly nice looking, with a flashy purple and black color-scheme and an odd shape which is wider at the top than it is at the base. We also have a nice partial cutout, which reveals the headset itself and gives us a nice look at the ear-cups.
At the rear of the packaging we’ll get some multi-language specifications. The headset features a 50mm audio driver, and a closed-back design with “improved noise reduction.” We also have an Input Impedance of 32 ohm, a Frequency Response of 20HZ-20KHz, and Headphone Sensitivity of 116dB S.P.L at 1KHz.
A quick search on Amazon will give us a current price of $69.99.
Opening the packaging, we’ll find the headset and USB dongle securely tied to a molded soft-plastic shell, which has a nice velvet-like finish, which should prevent the headset from becoming damaged while shipping.
Also in the package, we’ll find some literature including a Quick Start Guide and a Tesoro product catalog.
We’ll also find a surprising amount of connection options, including the aforementioned USB dongle, which allows the user to connect the headset to a PC or laptop via USB, and bypass your computer’s on board audio. As well as a dual 3.5mm headphone/microphone connector to single 4-pole 3.5mm adapter, for use with mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones, and even some laptops. There’s even a dual 3.5mm headphone/microphone extension, which gives you an extra 6.5 ft. of cable length if you need it.
These connectivity options really add to the value of the overall package, we’re really glad Tesoro opted to include them.