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EKSA E910 Wireless Gaming Headset

A well-built wireless gaming headset with a retractable mic that has an excellent surrounding noise cancellation.
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Editors Rating
4.5 stars
What We Like​
What We Don’t Like​
Bottom Line​
If you are looking for an affordable gaming headphone with very good build quality, then the EKSA E910 is an excellent option. Its unique 5.8GHz communication makes it interference free from other RF Communications. It is compatible with Windows PC as well as PS5 (very useful as PS5 still doesn’t have Bluetooth Audio Codec). Even though it is slightly on the heavier side, you won’t feel any discomfort after continuous usage. Couple of stand-out features of this EKSA E910 Gaming Wireless Headset are easy switching between stereo sound mode (suitable for music) and surround sound mode (suitable for gaming) with the push of a single button and a microphone that neatly tucks into the headset

A good gaming headset will elevate the game play experience with immersive sound effects and also lets you trash talk your opponents with an integrated microphone. If you play FPS games, then you know the important of good sound effects in games such as a chopper flying over your head or listen to the foot steps of the enemy. If a gaming headset can deliver these in-game sounds precisely, then your overall game play will be even more exciting. Before buying a gaming headset, there are some basic things you need to look for such as the build quality, sound quality, comfort, integrated microphone, wired or wireless connectivity. Considering all these factors, we tested the EKSA E910 Wireless Gaming Headset.

This is the review of EKSA E910 Wireless Gaming Headset. We are writing this review after properly testing the headphones with gaming and music. Read along to find out more.

What Do We Get?

Let us kick-off this review with a walkthrough of the contents of the box. The first thing is the EKSA E910 Wireless Gaming Headphone itself. It is neatly placed in a carry pouch made up of artificial leather.

Next, we have the stand or rather the three parts of the stand i.e., the base, connecting rod and the headset holder.

Assembling the stand is very easy. Just place the base on your desk and insert the rod into the base. Then insert the headset holder at the top end of the rod. That’s it.

Gaming Headphone Stand

Finally, there is a zip-lock bag with user manual, USB-C Charging Cable, the 5.8GHz USB Transceiver and 3.5mm audio cable.

Gaming Headphone Inside box

Design of the Headset

If you used any gaming headphones before, then you might be familiar with over-ear headphone design with big ear cups, nice cushions and large headband. The basic design of the EKSA E910 Gaming Headset is also the same. But the iron mesh on the outer ear cup with polygonal design and the red lighting on the center polygon has a unique feel.

Wireless Gaming Headset

The main frame of the headphones along with the slider mechanism is made up of metal (most likely Iron). This makes the headset sturdy and also a little bit heavy. The head band is covered with soft cushion and this is important for continuous usage.

The EKSA E910 Wireless Gaming Headset weighs around 305grams. This is slightly on the heavier side when compared to other gaming headsets in the market. The extra weight may be due to the metal frame design.

Coming to the main part of the headphones, the ear cups. As this is an over-ear headset, you get large ear cups with soft ear pads. The ear pads are made up of memory foam sponge and they are covered with protein leather.

All the controls are on the left speaker (more on this in the next section). The left speaker also consists of microphone. It is a retractable design i.e., you can push the microphone into the speaker when not in use and if you want to speak during a gaming session, you can easily pull-it out and place it near your mouth.

This is a wireless gaming headset that uses a unique 5.8GHz RF band for communication. The USB RF Transceiver is compact and very lightweight and has a 3.5mm headphone jack to connect it to your smart phone, if you need to.

Buttons and Controls

The left speaker is the busiest of the two with all the controls, buttons and ports. There is nothing on the right speaker. The first thing is the volume control wheel. It has a texture so that you can easily feel for it if you want to adjust the volume. Next is the microphone mute button.

Surround Sound Tuning Software

Next to that is the main power button. To turn ON or OFF the headset, you have to long-press this button. When powered ON, this button can be used to switch between stereo mode and surround mode with a single press.

Finally, there is the USB Type-C Port for charging the battery. It is good that they are using USB-C for charging as it becoming the new standard for data transfer as well as power delivery.

You can use the provided 3.5mm Audio cable to play music from your Mobile. Just plug-in one end of the audio cable to the 3.5mm jack on the USB Transceiver and the other end to your mobile phone’s head phone jack (if your phone has one). To power the USB Transceiver, you can use a mobile charger or a power bank or even connect it to a computer. 


The setup of these headphone is very simple. Simply plug-in the USB transceiver into an USB port of your gaming system (which we assume it to be a Windows machine), long press the power button on the headset and voila, the headphone is connected to the system. In our testing, we did not have to manually set these headphones as the default device either for sound or for microphone as it was done automatically. But you can always set the EKSA E910 Wireless Gaming Headset as the default device both for playback as well as recording in the Windows Sound Settings.

We tested these headphones with several games and the 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound definitely delivers that immersive sound effect. There was no lag in the audio transmission. Coming to music playback, we felt that the audio from these headphones is slightly bass heavy (bass lovers will love these headphones) but the overall music quality is very balanced. You can easily switch between the Stereo Sound Mode and Surround Sound Mode by clicking the power button.


The EKSA E910 Wireless Gaming Headset actually has two microphones. One is the main unidirectional microphone that is retractable and captures your voice and the other is an omnidirectional ENC microphone that is in the left speaker.

When ENC or Environmental Noise Cancellation is enabled (you can enable or disable it using the tuning software), only the audio captured by the main microphone is transmitted to the system and all the surrounding noise captured by the omnidirectional microphone is cancelled (or minimized) to a great extent. This is an excellent feature if you don’t want to record or send the surrounding noises when you are gaming or streaming.

The headset assists you with some audio messages and colorful LEDs. If the headset is powered on, it says ‘Power ON’ and a blue LED keeps blinking near the volume control. When it is connected to the USB Dongle, it says ‘Headset connected’ and the blue LED becomes stable. When it is charging, a red LED is turned ON at the same position. If the battery is full, the red LED is turned OFF.

The indication LEDs are visible from a gap in the volume control dial and not through the dedicated hole.

Range is always an issue with wireless headphones. These headsets are no exception to that. In an open area with a clear line-of-sight path, we could get a transmission distance of 10 meters. But in normal homes, this is not possible due to walls and obstacles.

During our testing, we could easily get the headset connected to the USB transceiver from the adjacent room but anything farther than that, it gets disconnected

EKSA 7.1 Surround Sound Tuning Software

Even though you can easily switch between stereo and surround sound modes with a single button click, EKSA has provided additional control through the EKSA 7.1 Surround Sound Tuning Software. You can also switch between the two modes in the software and also use the individual equalizers to precisely set the output as you like it.

This software is available for Windows and you can download it from the official website. Weirdly, it is named as ‘Driver’ even though you don’t need any additional drivers for the headset and USB transceiver to work (all it needs are USB Audio Drivers of Windows, which are already present by default).


The software has three tabs namely 7.1 Surround Sound (Game), Stereo Sound (Music) and Mic ENC. As the name suggests, the first two tabs are associated with the sound output and in the last tab, you can enable or disable the ENC feature.

Both the surround sound and stereo sound modes have some presets and if they are not enough, you can create your own custom sound profile using the equalizer. This is an excellent feature if you want to highly customize the audio output of the headphones.


The EKSA E910 Wireless Gaming Headset is readily compatible with all Windows machines without any additional software or drivers. We also connected it to different Android mobile (the USB transceiver module is connected to the Android phone using an OTG adapter). The audio had no issues but we couldn’t use the microphone.

Another main gaming system we tested is PS5. As PS5 doesn’t support Bluetooth Audio, the only way to use wireless headphones is with USB dongles. Thankfully, these headphones come with one and it worked flawlessly with PS5.

Even though the official page of this headset says it is compatible with TV, we tried with LG TV and couldn’t make it work (or we may be unaware of some settings for it to work with TV).

Charging and Playback Time

For testing purposes, we completely charged and discharged the battery four times. After a full charge, we played music at about 80-90% volume and the battery lasted for almost 9 hours on average. As the battery is dying, there was no indication (either visual or audio) for low-battery and it shutdown automatically. There is no way to tell the battery level, which we feel is a minor let down.

After complete discharge, it took almost 3 hours for the battery to be fully charged. These numbers may not seem extraordinary but considering the price and performance, they are definitely good.


Headphone Type
: Over-ear
: Wireless
Connection method
: 5.8GHz USB Transceiver
: 10m or 33ft
Driver Size
: 50mm
Speaker Sensitivity
: 115dB ± 3dB
Speaker Impedance
: 20Ω ± 15%
Frequency Range
: 20Hz – 20KHz
Microphone Direction
: Unidirectional
Microphone Sensitivity
: -42dB ± 3dB
Battery Capacity
: 1200mAh
Charging Time
: ≈2hrs
Playback Time
: ≈10hrs (at 70% volume)
What’s Included
:E910 Wireless Headphones, 5.8GHz USB Transceiver, USB Type-C Charging Cable, 3.5mm Audio Cable, User Manual, Carry Pouch and Stand.


At just $89.99, you get a very good wireless gaming headset in the form of the EKSA E910 headphones. Apart from the main headphones, you also get a free stand in the box. There are many gaming headphones that are way overpriced but we feel that EKSA E910 has a good price to performance figures.

Overall, we liked the design, build quality and sound quality of the EKSA E910 Wireless Gaming Headsets. The 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound provides an immersive sound while gaming, especially FPS and racing games. The stereo mode is well balanced (but slightly bass heavy) for all kinds of music. We liked the one-button click to switch between modes. The quality of the retractable microphone is good and the ENC (which eliminates 90% of surrounding noise) is definitely a standout feature. If you are looking for an affordable wireless gaming headphones with good speakers and microphone, then the EKSA E910 Wireless Gaming Headset is a very good option.