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Tt eSPORTS Rock and Rolling with the New SHOCK ''SPIN'' HD Headset

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Today, Tt eSPORTS is offering a new addition to the SHOCK gaming headset range in the form of the Spin HD. The new SHOCK Spin HD features exciting 7.1 Virtual surround sound to improve the quality that you get from the 50mm Speakers inside the headset. The SHOCK Spin HD comes in three sections, the Spin headset, the clip on microphone and the USB sound adapter which allows the headset to be used with ease anywhere by simply plugging it in to a PC or Laptop and your ready to go!

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15hz is a good frequency to be starting with on a headset. I bet they sound good. I like the red set.
 
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I just wish the upper frequency would be higher... At least 24kHz or more.
 
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I just wish the upper frequency would be higher... At least 24kHz or more.
Most people can't hear above 20k, so not many companies focus on more. Unfortunately I can hear way above 20k, and when I hear something that high it usually is not pleasant.