Friday, October 30th 2020

Genesis Announces the Neon 600 RGB Gaming Headset

The Genesis Neon 600 RGB is a gaming headset for players who want to feel comfortable and stand out from the crowd. The set draws attention with RGB illumination which can be controlled without additional software. Automatically configured arm, on the other hand, translates into ease of use. The Genesis Neon 600 RGB gaming headset is a comfortable and effective device. Gamers can use RGB illumination to better express themselves. They can configure it without the use of any additional software. One of the earpieces is equipped with a button for the selection of one of ten illumination colors. The manufacturer reiterates that this by any means is not standard for mini-jack headsets.

The Genesis Neon 600 RGB is equipped with an arm that automatically adjusts to the head of the wearer. Just like its foam earmuffs, it is trimmed with eco-leather. Equipped with 50 mm transducers, the headset provides clear, detailed, and properly positioned sound. Sound volume can be adjusted with a wheel placed on one of the earmuffs.
The Genesis Neon 600 RGB is equipped with an integrated, circular microphone. Users can adjust its location according to their preferences thanks to an elastic arm. The device connects with the PC thanks to two mini-jack 3.5 mm plugs. The headset is powered through a USB cable. The 2.3 m cord has a textile braid to provide better durability.

The Genesis Neon 600 RGB gaming headset will be available for purchase in a couple of days. Its price will be around 36,99€ / 39,99 USD.

Technical specification:
  • model: Neon 600 RGB
  • headset type: overhead, earmuffs
  • transducers: 50 mm, dynamic
  • frequency: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
  • impedance: 32 Ohms
  • dynamics: 108 dB
  • microphone:
    • sensitivity: -48 dB
    • frequency: 100 Hz - 20 kHz
  • interface:
    • Audio: 2x mini-jack 3.5 mm (3 pole)
    • 1x USB (power)
  • cable: 2.3 m braided
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1 Comment on Genesis Announces the Neon 600 RGB Gaming Headset

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AusWolf
Why would you need RGB in a headset? You don't even see it while wearing it. :confused:
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