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Tt eSports Announces the Shock One USB Gaming Headset

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. btarunr

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    Tt eSPORTS are proud and excited to release the next edition of their Professional Shock Gaming Headsets, the "One" which is the most advanced headset in the range, which has many amazing features including DTS 5.1 Virtual Surround Sound and Dynamic 40mm Speakers that allow for high quality Bass Enhancement.

    The "One" has been designed to produce immense sound quality in-game as well as being able to offer a comfortable solution for gamers with it's multiple Ear-Pad Cushions and leather headband pad to allow for multiple hours of wear for continuous periods of gaming.

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    The Shock "One" offers gamers a professional gaming headset with USB connectivity, a fully configurable user interface and an illuminated Tt logo so you can be the "One" who stands out in the crowd at gaming events all around the world.

    When Tt eSPORTS created the Shock "One" gaming headset the idea behind the product was to fulfil the requirements of ALL professional and casual gamers who are enthusiastic about the equipment they use. The Shock "One" has been developed to enter a highly competitive market but by combining a visually fashionable design with high and exciting performance the product is sure to bring a smile to any gamer who invests.

    Features:
    • DTS 5.1 Channel Virtual Surround Sound
    • Dynamic 40MM Speaker Driver with BASS Enhancement
    • Fully Configurable User Interface
    • Noise Cancelling Microphone
    • In-Line Volume Control Box
    • 10 Level Adjustable Headset Band
    • Multiple Ear-Pad Cushions: Leather and Velvet
    • Gold Plated USB Connector
    Specifications:
    Headphones:
    • Driver unit: 40mm
    • Frequency Response: 20Hz~20 KHz
    • Impedance: 32 ohm
    • Sensitivity: 114+/-3dB
    • Max. input: 100mW
    • Cable length: 3m
    • Connector: USB
    Microphone:
    • Directivity: Bidirectional with noise cancellation
    • Impedance: 2.2 k ohm
    • Frequency: 100~10KHz
    • Sensitivity: -45dB+/-3dB
    For more information, visit the product page.
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    Looks kinda heavy
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    BASS!


    oh the idiocy.
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    Looks a lot like Logitech G35 and G930
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    When will people understand that 'gaming' headsets are just an expensive gimmick?

    Buy a real pair of headphones like the Senheiser HD555 and get a clip-on Zalman mic which is much more worth it.

    And if your into that 'surround' thing get a pc sound card later...
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    More like, when will a company take a GOOD set of headphones and put a GOOD mic on it and call it the KING of all headsets.
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    Fourstaff Moderator Staff Member

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    Sennheiser PC-350 is good after hack, and its targeted audience is gamers. I am using a pair of shitty Creative Fatality, but for £20 I can hardly find a better set. Don't over-generalise please.
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    I agree with you there. There are cheap gaming headsets that get good sound for the money. But I'll bet ya that headset will cost the same or more than the kit i specified (without dedicated soundboard).

    This issue kinda pisses me off since many of my friends fall for this...
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    Fourstaff Moderator Staff Member

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    I feel you on this, but its hard to sort the good ones out from the lemons.

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