for gamers, a headset that helps pinpoint opponents - latest headsets for mobiles
Astro Gaming has long designed premium headsets for video game enthusiasts, and its latest A50 wireless headset updates the headphones for fans.
The headset is designed with comfort and functionality in mind and looks bulky, but is actually lightweight and flexible.
And Dolby 7.
A clear surround sound.
You can hear the direction of every step of your enemy fighters, each shell of shells falling from the fired gun, all wirelessly transmitted at 5.
8 GHz through KleerNet technology.
The headset has three sound modes: the astronomical mode of the game preset, the flat mode of undistorted audio, and the third mode of music and film.
The sound and volume controls are hidden behind the right ear cup.
It may take a little practice to blindly fiddle with tiny controls to set them up.
The smartest update in this model is to integrate astro's MixAmp technology into the ear cup.
Previously, MixAmp had a separate control box.
Now a quick touch of the outside of the Cup allows you to balance the sound of the video game with the sound of other players.
This adds to the weight of the headset, but is barely noticeable.
Astro has added some other features specifically for players like noise
Cancel the microphone that is muted when the microphone is flipped.
The comfortable cups are large enough to fit on the ears to allow players to play longer and when they finish the task there will be no red sore ears.
Astro sells the headset for $300 on its website, which is compatible with PCs, Xbox and PS3 consoles.
Life of its integrated lithium
According to your game, the ion battery is 10 to 12 hours and the headset is equipped with a charging bracket (
Because sometimes you have to sleep).
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