Gamdias Hebe M1, Affordable and powerful.

Gamdias Hebe M1's audio quality from the 50mm drivers is the best I have heard at this price range in gaming headsets. Powerful and Affordable

Gamdias Hebe M1

Hebe M1 Gamdias


  • Sensitivity – 119±3dB
  • Impedance – 32 Ohm ± 15%
  • Driver Diameter – 50mm
  • Driver Magnet – NdFeB
  • Microphone Size – Φ6*5mm
  • Microphone Sensitivity –   -40dB±3dB
  • Microphone Pickup Pattern – Unidirectional
  • Vibration Unit Size – 30mm
  • Cable Length – 2m
  • Plug Type – Gold plated USB
  • Dimensions (LxWxH) – 188 x 104 x 230 mm
  • Application UI – Hera Software


The audio quality from the 50mm drivers is the best I have heard at this price range in gaming headsets, it puts out all the frequencies I expect, along with plenty of effects in games, the rumble pads adding to the experience, it has very punchy bass and the clarity is fantastic.

One of the small drawbacks of the Hebe M1 is, it is rather bulky other than that the Hebe M1 really performs well.

Hebe M1 Gamdias

Hebe M1 Unique features

HEBE M1 comes equipped with the latest 7.1 premium virtual surround sound technology to offer the most immersive 3D sound experience to ensure you hear all sounds with pinpoint accuracy for that all-important competitive edge.

Unidirectional Flexible Microphone, the directional microphone with noise-cancelling function can be adjusted to your preference.

Enhanced with powerful 50mm speakers deliver precise audio for a crystal clear gaming experience.

Oversized comfort, the innovative design of the oversized earcups guarantees exceptional comfort and isolates external noise

Smart Remote Controller can easily control volume, microphone, vibration and illumination

RGB Visual Illumination, The HEBE E1 RGB comes equipped with latest features and tech. Multi-color lighting effects provide stunning illumination lighting and vibration effects

Hebe M1 Gamdias
Hebe M1 Gamdias


Here you will discover a few standard setups to change the headset however you would prefer, including redoing or choosing from a lot of EQ presets, picking between various ‘ecological’ audio cues (which is an oldie but a goodie!), tweaking the mouthpiece volume levels (and changing your voice to look like a dinosaur…among others), key-moving and voice crossing out. You can likewise turn on/off the 7.1 virtual encompass sound component, and even redo the position and the volume of each virtual speaker.

Talking about encompass sound, it is one of the better executions and unquestionably adds more volume, spatial mindfulness and detail to the sound in games and films (I would switch it off for music despite the fact that it’s not altogether awful!). In multiplayer games like Dota 2, I experienced no difficulty spotting moving toward adversaries albeit the soundstage isn’t adequately wide to anticipate the reach and profundity of the sound precisely. The encompass sound additionally attempts to improve ecological audio effect with vivid detail, so games like Long ways 5 and Professional killer’s Statement of faith Starting points feel all the seriously charming.

The 50mm driver siphons out a great degree of volume, and has no difficulty in supporting the sound with a unimaginable measures of bass – yet not every last bit of it is great. The bass is surely overwhelming, and as a rule, very free which drains straightforwardly into the mids, obfuscating the general sound and losing some detail. This is to a lesser extent an issue in games which is more dependent on mids and highs generally – which are adequately precise – however for music tuning in, it is not great.

The Hebe M1 is likewise fitted with a 3D rumble/vibration which vibrates the whole headset when the bass kicks in. It was fun – and diverting – to utilize it at first yet the oddity before long wears off. You could leave it on for games – the vibration is very cool at whatever point a blast goes off – however for motion pictures and particularly for music where the thunder gets the opportunity to kick in frequently, I would switch it off except if you like to feel hummed subsequent to involving it for quite a while.

The retractable receiver is functional, and despite the fact that it has a short blast, it had no difficulty in catching my voice. As a matter of fact, I like that it isn’t against my lips and in my fringe vision subsequently, which I find fairly distracting in other headsets.


To conclude, I enjoy the GAMDIAS Hebe M1 headset. For its price, it has fantastic sound quality. The slick and premium look and feel of this headset is great. Also, to add the breathing RGB looks good and really makes you feel like a pro gamer or the captain of a space craft. I am truly SATISFIED with this product and highly recommend buying it if you are in search of a gaming headset in this budget.



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