Thursday, July 27th 2017

Roccat Announces the Khan Pro Gaming Headset

ROCCAT unveils their newest stereo gaming headset, the Khan Pro, during ChinaJoy Expo 2017 in Shanghai. The Khan Pro delivers unheard of sound clarity, the first gaming headset in the world granted the "Hi-Res-Audio" certificate, given only to the very best audio products on the market. Thanks to the new ROCCAT Khan Pro, the player can hear and locate any opponent long before they ever come in sight. With a broad frequency range between 20Hz and 40kHz, the Khan Pro boasts deep bass, rich mids and clear highs, enabling gamers to pinpoint sound and location with ease in the heat of play. The Khan Pro makes every gamer a winner.

ROCCAT's Khan Pro also features a "Real-Voice-Mic", offering the most natural voice transmission deliverable in a gaming headset. The microphone of the Khan Pro can pick up lower frequencies than other competitors in its class, ranging from just 100Hz to 10kHz. This expanded spectrum makes the human voice sound as natural as possible on a gaming headset, optimizing team communication like never before, ensuring commands and callouts are crystal clear.
The low weight of the Khan Pro in combination with its memory foam earpads make it the perfect partner for long play sessions. It doesn't matter if you're racing for a World First Kill in World of Warcraft or the Global Elite in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive - it will never get uncomfortable no matter the duration of play. The Khan Pro is the choice for ambitious esport gamers and all those who aspire to become a better player in general. Play like a pro - with the ROCCAT Khan Pro.

ROCCAT's KHAN PRO will be available on all channels in October, at the retail price of 99,99 $.
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7 Comments on Roccat Announces the Khan Pro Gaming Headset

#1
Hugh Mungus
Frequencies are great, it looks comfortable and of high quality and at 100 dollars it seems to outclass its competitors by miles! That frequency range is promising, so just for that I'm considering it. 20-40000Hz! That's just showing off! I really like the grey one, too! Just a shame it isn't wireless, but if it gets good reviews, I'm definitely buying one! Who needs wireless or (virtual) surround, when you have a frequencie range of 20-40000Hz!!!! It sounds like a high-end pair of headphones with a microphone! What more could you ask for from a wired gaming headset?

I really wanted wireless though. First-world problems...
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#2
kaellar
Outclass it's competition? There's almost zero chance this one will outclass a $120 Sennheiser PC37X from MassDrop.
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Chaitanya
kaellar
Outclass it's competition? There's almost zero chance this one will outclass a $120 Sennheiser PC37X from MassDrop.
There is also Sennheiser GSP 300 at around 100$ mark which is a lot better than competition at that price point.
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kaellar
Chaitanya
There is also Sennheiser GSP 300 at around 100$ mark which is a lot better than competition at that price point.
To be fair, GSP line is mediocre. For $20 more, PC37X literally destroys any GSP model, as well as any other gaming headset up to the price of $200.
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#5
bogami
Are these dolphin heads?! 40000Hz is far beyond 20000 that people still hear and low tones are at 20hz, hardly would say in this case. This will be a USB connection ??. When the review will be over, but the headphones need to be heard before the purchase, as the Hiperex cloud I They praised a loth but very much deviates from the correct sound image! I would just say that, we will hear .:)
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Solaris17
Dainty Moderator
I'm not in a hurry to get rid of my audio technicas. though im interested in what Roccat can do in the sound world.
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Vayra86
bogami
Are these dolphin heads?! 40000Hz is far beyond 20000 that people still hear and low tones are at 20hz, hardly would say in this case. This will be a USB connection ??. When the review will be over, but the headphones need to be heard before the purchase, as the Hiperex cloud I They praised a loth but very much deviates from the correct sound image! I would just say that, we will hear .:)
Hey look someone who actually knows audio instead of yelling 'oh wow good frequency much numbers many high must be great'.

- Freq range tells you nothing
- Specs tell you nothing
- Gaming headsets = by definition never good at audio, bar a few exceptions, you pay for the mic, fake surround and Gaming title, we should know this by now.
- Roccat has fuck all to do with audio in the first place

Avoid.
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