After our review, Ozone agreed to send over a different gaming headset for evaluation, the Ozone Oxid. The Oxid are a bit different than the Strato in multiple categories but perhaps the most important is the ear cup design as these use over-the-ear cups. If the Oxid is indeed more comfortable than the Strato and scores high in some of the same areas the Strato did, this could prove to be a quality headset. Read on as we put them to the test.
The Oxid arrived in similar black and red retail packaging like the Strato. There is a large photo of the headset on the front along with a Rev. 2 sticker. The front panel of the box opens up to reveal the actual headphones inside. On the back of the box is a diagram pointing out some of the headset's features as well as list of features in multiple languages. I have reproduced the tech specifications from Ozone's website below.
Let's move ahead and take a closer look at the Oxid headset from Ozone Gaming.