GAMDIAS Hebe P1 Headset Review

Written by Lucas

Last updated Mar 24, 2022

The GAMDIAS Hebe P1 headset is a giant headset with great audio, and a mediocre microphone. The headset has 53mm drivers and 7.1 surround sound for perfect audio. I find the design of this headset is oversized, and that GAMDIAS could have made it smaller, but the giant 53mm drivers make up for the big design. Lets dive deeper in to this headset! 

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Details

This GAMDIAS Hebe P1 oversized headset comes with big 53mm drives and 7.1 virtual surround sound for full immersive experience. It also comes with active noise cancellation and an oversized earcup design for to enable better noise cancelation. The headset connects to your computer through a 3.5mm headphone jack or USB-A, and it has a wide range of connectivity allowing it to connect to PC, Play Station, Xbox, VR and Mobile devices. This headset is also compatible with GAMDIAS’ mobile Hera app. More on that later. 

The headset also comes with a large controller built in line with the USB cord on which you can control your microphone on/off, volume, and active noise cancellation.  

Here’s what is included in the box: 

  • GAMDIAS Hebe P1 Headset with braided 3.5mm cord. 
  • Carrying bag 
  • 3.5mm jack to USB-A braided cord (with inline controller) 
  • 3.5mm jack splitter  

A QR code on the box will conveniently link you to the digital user’s manual. 

Design

This headset has a solid design. It has a metal headband and big earcups. This headset is designed for someone with a big head, of which I don’t have so I find the design a bit bulky. The headset is also a little heavy for me personally. It comes in at around 311g (11oz) which is on the heavier side of a headset, and if your somebody who moves your head a lot, you might find the headset a little tedious to wear for long periods of time. This headset also has a retractable microphone just like the EKSA E910 (check review out here) which allows you to tuck the microphone away when you’re not using it. The headset connects via USB-A and 3.5mm. The headset also comes with a jack splitter so that you can connect both the audio and microphone of the headset to your PC. Overall, the design of this headset unnecessarily big and bulky for me, but the 53mm drivers make up for it! 

Performance

The performance of this headset is great especially for its price! Coming in at around $50 USD this headset packs in 53mm drivers and 7.1 surround sound for an amazing listening experience. The audio quality of this headset is crisp and clear and the big driver’s packs in lots of bass! This has actually been one of my favorite headsets to listen to music with! The big design of this headset and the active noise cancellation blocks out unwanted sound well. The microphone is on the lower quality end. It makes your voice sound tinny, and far away, it also has to be close to your mouth to have decent quality.  If this is important for you I would say that the EKSA E3Z Air Joy plus’s microphone is better. The mobile Hera app which is advertised on the from of the headset box I find is a bit sketchy. I could not do anything with it except check my IP address, and there is no clear benefit to this app that I can see.  

GAMDIAS responded to my concerns about the mobile Hera app and they said that the software is being worked on.

Conclusion

Overall, this is a decent headset for its price. It packs in giant 53mm driver and 7.1 surround sound. It also has active noise cancellation and a big design which does a great job of blocking unwanted sound. The microphone quality does not live up to the standards of the headset, but it is decent for a $50 headset. I find the design of this headset slightly big and heavy which makes it tedious to use for long periods of time, but other than that, if you’re looking for an inexpensive headset, give this headset a look! 

  • Sound Quality 
  • Mic Quality 
  • Comfort 
  • Durability 
  • Overall

The Pros

  • 53mm drivers 
  • 7.1 surround sound 
  • Active noise cancellation
  • Big design (good noise cancelation) 
  • Wide range of connectivity
  • Retractable mic
  • Good price vs performance 

    The Cons

    • Microphone quality
    • Big design (bulky and heavy) 
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