Two more headets from ThermalTake, this time without RGB LEDs. Later this quarter, the company will start shipping the Shock XT 7.1 and Shock XT gaming headsets. The difference between the two is that the Shock XT 7.1 has support for 7.1 virtual surround sound and that it comes with a control box with an integrated digital signal processing (DSP) sound card.
Shock XT 7.1 Gaming Headset is a lightweight design gaming gear that is bond to prolong your gaming sessions. It features 7.1 premium virtual surround and oversized 50mm drivers that minimize distortion while producing clear and precise sounds at both low and high frequencies, ranging from 20Hz - 20KHz.
The headset comes with an advanced USB audio control box with 7.1 virtual surround sound and built-in digital signal processing (DSP) sound card that amplifies your audio and voice. On the control box, you can adjust 7.1 virtual surround sound, preset EQ, volume and microphone mute controls on-the-fly.
The comfortable padding of the ear cups are foldable for easy storage and portability on-the-go. Flip up the microphone and continue your session with a less intrusive gaming experience when not in use. It operates on multi-platforms such as PC, console, mobile, and VR, giving users the freedom to game without limits. Additionally, it offers 8-level headband adjustments that supports almost any head size.
Shock XT Gaming Headset also features oversized 50mm drivers that minimize distortion, while producing clear and precise sounds at both low and high frequencies. It comes with an in-line control box for easy volume and microphone mute controls, and is also operable on multiple platforms (PC, console, mobile, and VR). The ear cups are foldable with 8-level headband adjustments fitted for the ultimate comfort.