The E910 is a relatively inexpensive way to deliver a well-rounded gaming audio experience, and with comfortable thick leatherette cushioning and LED-emblazoned earcups, it looks the part too.
The highlight of the EKSA E910 is the sound quality on offer. The built-in 50mm speakers deliver a well-rounded, deep sound with more than enough bass for an immersive gaming experience. Importantly, the bass doesn’t overpower the mids and highs, allowing you to still pick up on smaller details like approaching footsteps in an FPS.
The only real complaint about audio is that it’s not quite as loud as we’d like, even at top volume, therefore lacking that impact needed at times.
The retractable microphone packs ENC to quieten the background during tense mid-game team chats, and while it’s not the best quality we’ve heard, it’ll suffice for most day-to-day gaming.
The E910 features wireless connectivity, but unlike most, it utilises 5.8GHz Wi-Fi for faster data transmission. There is still a slight 15ms delay, but we didn’t notice it during testing.
You can’t lose the dongle at any cost though; despite coming with a 3.5mm cable in the box, there isn’t a 3.5mm port on the headset, so it’s 5.8GHz wireless or nothing. There isn’t even Bluetooth available as a backup.
Impressively for a wireless headset, EKSA claims the E910 is compatible with all platforms, but there’s a caveat; to use it on your Xbox or Switch, you’ll have to rely on your TV’s USB/headphone output rather than the console. That’s not a given on every TV, so we think it’s best suited to PC and PlayStation users, which it supports natively.
Battery life is a little lacklustre at just 10 hours – likely a knock-on from the LEDs on the earcups – but it should suffice for most gaming sessions. It charges via USB-C, and can go from flat to full within a couple of hours.