Wednesday, February 20th 2013

SteelSeries Introduces The Flux In-Ear Headset

SteelSeries, the leading global manufacturer of gaming peripherals, today introduced a new audio product that fits into its Freedom to Play mobile gaming peripherals category, the SteelSeries Flux In-Ear Headset. Designed for gaming and entertainment on all mobile devices, the headset delivers a powerful audio experience accompanied by a comfortable, sealed-fit that is made possible by its compact, 6 mm dynamic drivers.

"The Flux In-Ear headsets are designed for mobile gaming and entertainment, which for us means the quality of sound should be as amazing as it is when you're at home on your computer. The fit and feel of in-ear headsets are what makes users love them or can be what stops users from wearing them," said Bruce Hawver, SteelSeries CEO. "By choosing small drivers, it allowed us to make an in-ear headset that showcases powerful audio, but with a noise-reduced, comfortable sealed fit."


Aggressively priced at $49.99, the SteelSeries Flux In-Ear headset features:

- Comfort and control through a sealed in-ear fit; 3 silicone rubber tips sizes to choose from; an in-line microphone; and button to answer/end calls as well as control media.
- Incredible audio thanks to advanced 6 mm drivers; passive noise cancellation from a more secure, sealed in-ear fit; clear high and mid tones that depict distinct details in-game; and rich bass levels that keep from distorting the details found in higher tones.
- A smart, intuitive design that includes a flat, no-tangle cable; a 3.5 mm connection; and a carrying case for convenient storage.

Available now in the SteelSeries Web Shop and at select retail locations, the SteelSeries Flux In-Ear Headset is $49.99 MSRP. More details and images about the headset can be found at http://steelseries.com/fluxinear.
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4 Comments on SteelSeries Introduces The Flux In-Ear Headset

#1
tacosRcool
Wow, the pro one is $130. Ouch. At least the basic Flux one is cheap
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Fourstaff
by: tacosRcool
Wow, the pro one is $130. Ouch. At least the basic Flux one is cheap
No such thing as cheap in the audiophile world, only value for money.
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#3
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: Fourstaff
No such thing as cheap in the audiophile world, only value for money.
Good thing this isn't for them then. :)
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#4
ColdRush
This will be mine. We need more gaming buds!

Edit: Microphone not supported on PC?!?!?!? Sadness :(
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