Written on: 25/11/2008 by zEURE (71 reviews written)
Cool looking compact gaming chair.
Well priced for its ability and competition.
Great sound, we use the chair sometimes just to listen to music, not just gaming.
Definitely a simple improvement to your gaming experience.
When turned up to full volume, full treble and full bass... almost every song becomes a little hard to listen and can crackle sat on the chair of off the chair.
The subwoofer is built into the back of the chair therefore can cause quite serious vibration when sat on the chair at full volume and can make the experience quite uncomfortable.
Infact the chair for me does become uncomfortable after around 30 mins of gaming and breaks are definitely needed for me before getting back on the chair.
Setup was a bit of a pain for me, in my opinion there are far too many wires as needed, surely they could of made a chair with a sound system built in more simple to setup and not involve more wires than the TV, Xbox and DVD Player all together!
Overall I would not recommend the Pyramat s2500w Gaming Chair due to my personal opinion.
If you are very interested in computer gaming then a gaming chair really does better the whole experience.
But for me the chair is more a good first impression novelty item...
I would like to get the small point out of the way first, this being the setup. The Pyramat s2500 honestly has more wires than the TV, DVD player and Xbox 360 all together. There are that many wires I feel it has made the TV surrounding look messy! It also took 3 lads (all quite involved with gaming at the age of 18 - 20) quite a long time to set the chair up and had quite a few flaws.
I will list a quick few -
If you want it wireless you have to mess around with a little box, in our experience we placed it nearly every point in the room, sometimes got signal, however as soon as it got knocked the signal went or crackled. This became increasingly annoying and after 15 minutes we gave up and used the wires.
Now the sound wire is around 30 cm, therefore we could use the chair unless we sat right infront of the TV and had to strain out neck...
It has been sat in my lounge now for 3 weeks since purchase, the first week it got used a lot, and to be honest I was really impressed, had a great sound once messing around with the treble and bass to get the right sound.
Was used for music, gaming and even just to sit on.
However the second week the novelty started to ware off and was basically used to stick a cd on and no-one even sat on the chair.
Its now the third week and I am thinking about taking the chair out of the lounge and upstairs to the spare bedroom...
The chair becomes too uncomfortable after around 30 mins.
The sound becomes crackly at full volume and full bass (sat on or not).
It seems from my review it is pointless getting this gaming chair, and yes it is true I do not recommend the Pyramat s2500.
However I do recommend gaming chairs, the idea of a gaming chair I think is superb,from my impressions the idea definitely does better the gaming experience. Just make sure you choose the right one!