Thursday, May 27th 2021

Roccat Announces Syn Pro Air Gaming Headset

ROCCAT, Turtle Beach's Hamburg, Germany based PC peripheral brand, today revealed the all-new Syn Pro Air premium wireless PC gaming headset. The Syn Pro Air is a groundbreaking addition to ROCCAT's headset line, taking its rightful spot as the top wireless offering from the award-winning PC brand. The Syn Pro Air further elevates the perfect mix of ROCCAT's German design and engineering with Turtle Beach's audio expertise and patented technologies.

The result is a sleek headset that clearly shows off ROCCAT's signature style, with the brand's Stellar Wireless technology as the backbone of a powerful 3D audio experience with long battery life and AIMO intelligent RGB lighting. The Syn Pro Air also features Turtle Beach's exclusive, patented innovations such as Superhuman Hearing for a competitive advantage, the TruSpeak high-sensitivity microphone to ensure you're always heard clearly, and ProSpecs glasses-friendly ear cushions for those who game with glasses. ROCCAT's Syn Pro Air is available for pre-order today from participating retailers worldwide and from the ROCCAT website, and will be available June 20, 2021 for a MSRP of $149.99.
"Much like the Elo Series, the Syn Pro Air is the perfect combination of ROCCAT's strong design focus and Turtle Beach's audio expertise and class-leading tech," says René Korte, ROCCAT Founder & General Manager for PC peripheral at Turtle Beach. "Syn Pro Air offers fans the latest 3D audio technology paired with flawless wireless connectivity, plus our semi-transparent Bionic Shell design that's amplified with AIMO lighting. Syn Pro Air is hands-down our best PC gaming headset yet."

The Syn Pro Air pushes the boundaries of traditional 7.1 surround sound even further. 3D audio introduces a third dimension to the soundscape, allowing gamers to hear from above and below in addition to hearing from all around them. The Syn Pro Air's sound is powered by Turtle Beach's 50 mm Nanoclear drivers. In addition to fully immersive 3D audio, the Syn Pro Air offers Turtle Beach's exclusive Superhuman Hearing sound setting, which boosts critical in-game sounds like approaching enemy footsteps for a competitive advantage.

The Syn Pro Air uses ROCCAT's Stellar Wireless technology to deliver a flawless, cable free experience. Stellar Wireless continually manages the headset's signal strength and battery consumption to offer an impressive 24 hours of continuous use on a single charge. For gamers who might have forgotten to charge their devices before a gaming session, 15 minutes of USB-C rapid charge will offer up to five hours of play. The headset comes with a wireless 2.4 GHz USB-A transmitter with 20 Hz-20 kHz speaker frequency response.

Built using ROCCAT's latest and most advanced materials, the Syn Pro Air is a robust yet lightweight headset. The Bionic Shell design showcases ROCCAT's renowned lighting ecosystem, AIMO, which offers up to 16.8 million color lighting customization options. AIMO will allow gamers to customize their Syn Pro Air to their taste, and works right out of the box without the need for extensive configuration. Syn Pro Air also features Turtle Beach's ProSpecs glasses-friendly cushions, which make gaming with spectacles a breeze, and its ear cushions feature plush memory foam while the perfect-fit headband guarantees comfort for hours. The cushions are wrapped in athletic fabric that's breathable and has moisture-wicking properties to prevent the build up of heat and sweat. Engineered to provide gamers with every possible convenience, Syn Pro Air includes intuitive on-ear audio controls for easy sound adjustment on the fly. The earcups also fold-flat, and the detachable flip-to-mute TruSpeak mic provides great versatility for gamers and streamers who travel.

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2 Comments on Roccat Announces Syn Pro Air Gaming Headset

#1
m2geek
I really like this cool new lighting aesthetic/design their going for. It's really neat.
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Caring1
It's spelled "sin" duh!!! :laugh:
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