Allgemein Audio/Peripherals Headsets Reviews

SHARKOON SKILLER SGH30 Review – Low-priced USB headset with above-average microphone

Disclaimer: The following article is machine translated from the original German, and has not been edited or checked for errors. Thank you for understanding!


The software that came with the SGH30 was the first Sharkoon software that seemed a bit (unnecessarily) complicated to me. With about 20MB it doesn’t make itself very wide in the RAM, but it doesn’t really shine with clarity and intuitive handling.

In the “start screen” the volume control awaits us.

The cogwheel at the top right takes us to the very rudimentary program settings.

After I had desperately searched for all the setting options, I had to grab my forehead for a moment: By right-clicking, you can see the individual menu items.

Very important for correcting the somewhat tinny sound is the integrated equalizer, which does quite a good job.

The 7.1 surround simulation generally leaves me cold when it comes to stereo headsets, and this implementation is no exception. It may well be that various sounds sound a bit more spatial due to the activation, but for me the headset sounds clearer in stereo mode.

Regarding the microphone there are of course also some settings. In general, the microphone is very sensitive, so I recommend disabling the “Microphone Boost”.

Unfortunately, the “Noise Reduction” only works moderately and worsens the voice quality of the own voice immensely. Alternatively, you might want to take a look at RTX Voice if you own a suitable graphics card.

In addition to the functions mentioned above, you can also have fun with various voice distortions and sound effects. For those who want to get more detailed information, Sharkoon has again provided a separate manual for the software.





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Finde SHARKOON immer sehr gut, sie bieten gute Hardware zu niedrigen Preise.

Habe schon oft Tastaturen und Mäuse von diesem Hersteller gehabt und wurde bisher noch nie enttäuscht. Momentan habe ich noch eine schöne mechanische Tastatur von Sharkoon auf meinem Schreibtisch stehen.

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Warum Mute da so ein winziges Schalterchen sein muss....War jetzt vorne oder hinten stumm? - ist im Alltag dann wohl häufiger die Frage.
Da geht mMn nichts über Hochklappen des Arms (im Rahmen von Headsets).

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