Wednesday, May 9th 2012

Rosewill Releases the RHTS-8206 5.1 Channel Vibrating Gaming Headset

Rosewill, the world leading hardware solution provider, announces their latest 5.1 channel vibrating gaming headset, RHTS-8206, that will enhance the Rosewill gaming headset family. The addition of this headset will raise Rosewill’s gaming footprint to new heights by expanding their already extensive gaming components. Featuring a virtual 7.1 digital surround sound environment and large 40mm Nd-Fe-B magnetic drivers, this headset delivers deep bass, smooth undistorted highs, and crystal clear vocals. The vibrating feature will make your music and games come to life and give you a more immersive experience. However, having premium sound is nothing without comfort.

Equipped with soft ear cushions and weighing less than 1 pound, the RHTS-8206 is built for extreme comfort. Marathon gaming sessions will feel like a breeze with the type of comfort that these headphones provide. Storage is also made easy with 90 degree fold flat ear cups and a flexible, detachable boom has been added to give you unlimited adjustment for that perfect setup. The microphone is unidirectional that reduces background noise for clearer conversations.

Specifications:
  • Model: RHTS-8206
  • Chipset: CM6206-LX
  • Headphone Frequency Response:
  • o 0Hz-20KHz (Front Driver)
    o 0Hz-20KHz (Center Driver)
    o 20Hz-20KHz (Rear Driver)
    o 30Hz-150KHz (Subwoofer)
  • Headphone Input Impedance:
  • o 64O ±15%(Front Driver)
    o 32O±15%(Center Driver)
    o 32O±10%(Rear Driver)
    o 8O±15%(Subwoofer)
  • Headphone Sensitivity:
  • o 88dB±3dB(Front Driver)
    o 88dB±3dB(Center Driver)
    o 117dB±3dB(Rear Driver)
    o 89dB±3dB(Subwoofer)
  • Connector: USB
  • Ear Coupling: Circumaural
  • Cord Length: 6.6 ft.
  • Weight: 0.99 lbs.
  • Microphone Impedance: 2.2 KO
  • Microphone Frequency Response: 30Hz-16KHz
  • Microphone Sensitivity: -56dB±2dB
For more information, visit the product page.
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10 Comments on Rosewill Releases the RHTS-8206 5.1 Channel Vibrating Gaming Headset

#2
ZoneDymo
by: Yukikaze
Vibration? What? Why?
adds to the feel of bass, this is not the first doing this either..
What will the price be?
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#3
entropy13
by: Yukikaze
Vibration? What? Why?
So that you can really "feel" it.
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#4
1Kurgan1
The Knife in your Back
Interesting concept, but this is something I would have to try before I buy. Feeling movement in hands is a normal feeling, but having something shake on my head isn't.
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#5
H82LUZ73
by: Yukikaze
Vibration? What? Why?
To shut your girlfriends and wives up,Put that on them and well OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH:roll:
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#6
Yukikaze
by: H82LUZ73
To shut your girlfriends and wives up,Put that on them and well OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH:roll:
I am certain there are....*ahem*....better methods :roll:
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#7
Therion_I
by: Yukikaze
I am certain there are....*ahem*....better methods :roll:
Indeed, I used to wonder why my electric toothbrush smelt funny...

Too much?
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#8
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
by: Yukikaze
Vibration? What? Why?
I had a vibration headset once that I paid WAY TOO MUCH FOR and it did nothing but give me constant headaches and was not enjoyable. I ended up taking it apart and cutting the wire to the vibration motor.
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#10
slim142
Sucks it is USB. Really sucks...
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