Listen, this isn't a slight against Astro's other products, but the A38s just aren't very good. The audio is about as good as you'll find for a Bluetooth headset, but that's like saying "This car's not bad considering it runs on half an engine."
If you're looking for a fancy alternative to earbuds and over-ear headphones for your public transit commute, then the A38s are maybe something to look into. You'll still have to deal with a finicky connection, but there's no denying it's a sleek-looking device.
But if you're going to sit down at a computer and play a game? You could pick almost any number of cheaper, better devices on the market. Hell, Astro already makes one: The A40 costs less and, with the exception of being wired, is an astronomically (GET IT?) better product.
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