Published on March 5th, 2016 | by DannieKitten


Prif Freedom 1 Headset – Review

I have never used a headset like the Freedom 1 from Prif before. It’s a single ear-piece bluetooth headset, much like the ones that used to be used for hands-free phonecalls in your car. At least I don’t think anyone uses them for that anymore. It clips onto your ear and attaches to your PS4 via dongle. Easy-peasy.

It really is very simple to set up and use, but it took me ages to get it attached to my ear everytime I wanted to use it. This didn’t get better with experience, I must just have odd-shaped ears or something, because even trying the different sized ear piece didn’t help me. I just couldn’t get it on comfortably, so much so that I couldn’t bear using the headset for more than an hour – I had to keep reattaching it to my ear and when I did get it attached it dug in horribly. As well as the different sized ear-pieces, you also get another faceplate in the box so that you can customise the look of your headset. I prefer the look of the black one that it comes with, but I’m sure there are people out there that would appreciate the look of the camo one.

I’d expect a headset like this to really struggle with sound quality, but I have to say that’s not true. Obviously the sound isn’t as good as the traditional stereo headsets but it’s plenty good enough to hear your friends easily. There is also a really good feature that allows you to press a button and hear your own voice so you know you’re not deafening your friends and that they can hear you clearly. This is actually a real worry because the microphone isn’t on a long wire as is the usual, you do find yourself talking quite loudly to make sure your party can hear you. Use the Voice Monitor to check you’re not going a little over the top.

This headset is below £25 which would usually make it a pretty cheap headset. I do think that there are better headsets on the market for only £5 more though with more bells and whistles. If it wasn’t for how uncomfortable I found the Freedom 1 I’d have given it a much higher score but I found it very uncomfortable to use, despite how well it worked. It did work well and the Voice Monitor is a great addition to any streamers out there who want to make sure they’re being heard clearly, but I’d say make sure you are able to wear a bluetooth headset comfortably before making the purchase.

Prif Freedom 1 Headset – Review DannieKitten
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Summary: It's not going to break the bank, but it's not going to blow your mind either.


An ok budget headset

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Hey! My name is Danielle or Dannie Kitten. I've played games since I was tiny, starting with the Master System and Mega Drive (both of which I still own today!) and moving onto the awesome rig I have today which includes 2 Xbox Ones, 2 Xbox 360's, PS3, Wii U, Mega Drive, Gamecube (complete with TFT screen), Mac with PC partition, PS Vita, 3DS, 2DS and an iPad. Yeah I love games! I will play anything you put in front of me but my true gaming love is an open world, as long as I have that I'm happy! These days I am more commonly found on my beautiful Xbox One, playing all sorts of games. Add my GT (Dannie Kitten) and come and play! Follow me on Twitter:

One Response to Prif Freedom 1 Headset – Review

  1. Ian preston says:

    Hi I bought the freedom 1 headset for my ps4. Having a problem with it after 1 day. Battery life is 2hrs 35min long. I know they state up to 6hrs battery life . Something wrong with it . Now I’ve sent 5 emails to PRIF, who make it asking if this is normal or a faulty headset. Still no reply after 4 days . Good sound out of it for chat, that’s all . Taking it back to the shop I bought it from. MONEY BACK TIME .

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