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Adata XPG Emix H30 and Solox F30 Gaming Headset Review

Adata is known for memory modules and SSDs, but not really its audio gear. The Emix H30 is the XPG brand's attempt to dominate a lucrative gaming headset market. This $200 solution even includes an amplifier and stand.
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