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Tt eSports Sybaris Headset Can Work Wired and Wireless

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  1. btarunr

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    Tt eSports may have just answered pleas of everyone who wants to be able to choose between wired and wireless operation with a gaming headset, and switch between the two as they please. The new Tt eSports Sybaris looks like a usual pair of around-the-ear cans until you find out it packs a Bluetooth 4.0 based wireless receiver, supports aptX CODEC for lossless wireless audio quality, and features NFC, which simplifies pairing with modern smartphones.The headset tucks in lithium-ion battery packs inside both its cans, so it doesn't feel imbalanced. The mic armature is detachable.

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    do like :D cords are the worst thing about headsets as they alwats get in the way :p
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    I think the Logitech G930 works with both wired and wireless too. I have one but i haven't tried it with the wire.
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    Already enough problems with the CM Storm Sirus pad clips breaking when you try to clean the ear pads. Adding a battery to the mix...sigh. Just another thing to break and go wrong. Tt esports is not known for the best quality either. So glad the CM designers made the cord in 2 parts. I've accidently kicked it apart quite a few times.
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    never had a problem with any of the products i've bought and/or reviewed. My Theron is holding up nicely after almost a year.
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    I haven't hear of any issues with them myself and I do have quite a few...

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