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ASTRO Gaming Introduces the A50 Wireless Gaming Headset

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ASTRO Gaming, creators of premium video gaming equipment for professional gamers, and wholly owned subsidiary of Skullcandy, Inc., has launched the ASTRO A50 Wireless Gaming Headset, a professional-grade audio solution designed to provide gaming and home theater enthusiasts with an immersive experience free from the tangle of wires.

The ASTRO A50 Wireless Gaming Headset is professionally tuned for audiophile-level performance when gaming, watching movies or listening to music. It functions natively across all manner of entertainment devices including gaming consoles, PCs, Macs and home theater systems. ASTRO is also introducing ASTRO Audio Profiles with this product, which allows the user to optimize the listening experience for the subject matter and in the future will allow owners to create and share their own Profiles via a web interface.

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Cool, if you like wearing a helmet while you game.. Idk about you guys but headpahones make my ears hot after a while and just bug me in general to have on. Having these on would drive me nutz.. I do like the wireless though. Seem like a nice set for people who like the big headphones.
 
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I really do not consider these that crazily large, although the A30s are super small compared to these and they put out excellent sound.
 
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Cool, if you like wearing a helmet while you game.. Idk about you guys but headpahones make my ears hot after a while and just bug me in general to have on. Having these on would drive me nutz.. I do like the wireless though. Seem like a nice set for people who like the big headphones.
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How about some wireless earbuds? Make those and I'd be impressed. I don't really care for over the ear style phones but wireless is nice, I've killed 3 expensive headsets after getting the cables caught up somehow.
 
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I'm still waiting for real surround sound HPs that don't suck.