Friday, May 18th 2012

CM Storm Sonuz Gaming Headset Launched

The gaming peripherals brand of Cooler Master, CM Storm, announced its latest high-end gaming headset, the CM Storm Sonuz. The Sonuz is an analog stereo headset that takes input from conventional 3.5 mm jacks. The cushioned around-the-ear headphones (inner diameter of 97 mm) are backed by φ 53 mm drivers, with 45 Ω impedance, 10-20,000 Hz frequency response, 98 dB ± 3 dB SNR, and 200 mW maximum output (RMS).

The microphone, on the other hand, is suspended on a hinged arm. It has a frequency range of 100-10,000 Hz; -47 dB ± 3 dB (@ 10 kHz) sensitivity, 58 dB SNR, and an omni-directional pickup. The headset's combined cable is 2 m long, and is braided. A volume + mic-toggle pod sits in the middle. Apart from the headphone cans, the headband is cushioned. The CM Storm Sonus will be likely priced a notch above the CM Storm Sirius, at around US $115.

Source: VR-Zone
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3 Comments on CM Storm Sonuz Gaming Headset Launched

#1
erixx
seriously sweet design, yet plasticy, but i am already sold with the Madcats Cyborg one... If only they would sell it here!
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Edgarstrong
I wonder how it fares compared to Sirius. But I guess the performance of this headset will heavily depend on what sound card you are using since it's analogue?
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Jermelescu
by: Edgarstrong
I wonder how it fares compared to Sirius. But I guess the performance of this headset will heavily depend on what sound card you are using since it's analogue?
yes, the soundcard will be important
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