Genius Zabius headset has red LED lights that flash along with the bass

Posted on Thursday, Mar 27 2014 @ 11:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Genius announced the Zabius, a new headset in the company's GX Gaming series. This model features 40mm neodymium drivers, a detachablem microphone, wiveling ear cups with metal finish, build-in mic mute and volume control, and a red LED outline that flashes along with the bass. The MSRP is $99.99.
GX Gaming, the professional gaming peripheral line by Genius, has launched the Zabius universal gaming headset. This comfortable universal headset system thoroughly brings crystal clear audio from each of its 40mm drivers with explosive bass and pulsing tones to the gaming battlefield on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, PC, and Mac.

Compatible with Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, PCs, and Mac
Connected by a 3 meter (10 foot) long anti-tangle cable, the in-line controller allows gamers to switch between XBOX 360, PS3, and PC/Mac mode and adjust chat and volume settings on the fly.

GX Gaming Style
The Zabius gaming headset brings that extra touch of style to any gaming system. Accompanied by 40mm neodymium drivers for crisp, clear sounds, the stealthy black exterior framing, aggressive red trimming, and cool metallic finish ushers gaming style in true GX-Gaming fashion. Brilliant red LED illumination flashes along with the bass.

Comfortable for Long Gaming Sessions
Comfortable to wear during long gaming sessions, the Zabius’s durable, lightweight framing lowers its center of gravity to evenly distribute headset weight. The ear cup and headband cushions are lined with dynamic fibers designed for active heat and sweat dissipation.

Users can adjust the Zabius for a comfortable fit with individually positioned swivel ear pieces and an adjustable soft leatherette headband. The headset features a flexible microphone arm that can be detached for streamline usage.
Genius GX Zabius headset


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