Thursday, October 1st 2020

ASTRO Gaming Introduces the A03 In-Ear Monitor for Console and Mobile Gaming

ASTRO Gaming, the leader in premium video gaming equipment, today announced the release of the newest addition to its award winning family of gaming audio products, the A03 In-Ear Monitor (IEM). Engineered specifically for Mobile and Console gaming, the A03 IEM differs from traditional earbuds thanks to the two separate drivers in each ear housing. One driver is dedicated to bass, while the other is dedicated to mids and highs. This architecture delivers a powerful audio experience with a rich soundscape, revealing every detail of game environments and clearly separating voice chat.

Gamers want a convenient way to enjoy pro-grade audio while on the go," said Aron Drayer, vice president of marketing for ASTRO Gaming. "The new A03 IEM expands our line-up with a competitively priced solution designed to deliver the sound quality, comfort and style ASTRO customers expect."
Fully equipped to allow gamers to play anywhere, the A03 IEM provides wired compatibility with Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch consoles, as well as PCs, mobile devices, tablets and the Astro MixAmp Pro TR. It is designed to fit comfortably and includes three sizes of soft silicone ear tips. The sturdy aluminium housing and tangle-free flat cables ensure reliability, durability and a premium look and feel. For added connectivity, the A03 features a high quality in-line mic and integrated audio controls. The A03 comes with its own soft carrying pouch, keeping them clean and safe.

The A03 IEM is offered in two color-ways, White/Purple or Navy/Red. The ASTRO Gaming A03 In-Ear Monitor is available now for 49.99 USD at ASTRO Gaming.


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4 Comments on ASTRO Gaming Introduces the A03 In-Ear Monitor for Console and Mobile Gaming

#1
Caring1
There's a few meanings for the word "monitor", I don't think earbuds fit into any of them.
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#3
Fry178
@Caring1
well not these, outside the fact sony had that kinda stuff +5y ago,
but that doesnt mean there are non to qualify as monis.


not even gonna list their stage setup ones (+1500$)
in ear
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#4
Upmostleo
I have a question guys does this work on the windows 10 xbox app?
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