New Stereo Headset (Not Just) for Gamers

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News Posted: Tue, Oct 21 2008 11:46 AM

Sharkoon "Rush" Headset: Versatile stereo-headset for use with analogue audio sources

Sharkoon is expanding its "Rush" product line designed specifically for
gamers with a versatile stereo gaming headset. The Sharkoon Rush
Headset has a stylish design and high-quality workmanship. In addition
to the striking Rush-Logo on top of the headband, stylized silver
flames adorn each earpiece -- upholstered for maximum comfort. The Rush
Headset connects via a 3.5mm jack to analogue sources such as a PC,
notebook, TV or HiFi stereo system. A rotatable microphone on a
flexible arm is perfect for gaming as well as VoIP applications and
other multimedia and speech programs.





High quality audio is ensured through the 40mm drivers which can
produce frequencies from 20 Hz to 20 KHz, have a rated output of 20 mW
and a maximum output of 150 mW. Impedance is rated at 32 Ohm and
sensitivity at 108 dB SPL at 1 KHz. The microphone processes
frequencies from 30 Hz to 16 KHz with a sensitivity of -58 dB. Volume
controls and a microphone mute button are integrated into the 2.3m
cable. A transport bag is Included in the packaging.



End customers will find the Sharkoon Rush Headset available immediately
from authorized retailers for the suggested retail price of 16 euros.



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3vi1 replied on Tue, Oct 21 2008 1:27 PM

All I want to know is "How well is the microphone attached?" I haven't found a single headset that didn't break it's rotating mic connection the very first time it fell three feet onto carpet.

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3vi1:

All I want to know is "How well is the microphone attached?" I haven't found a single headset that didn't break it's rotating mic connection the very first time it fell three feet onto carpet.

Or a rage throw across the room. Man I just killed my trusty one microsoft mouse that way. I was dominating everyone on the other team in TF2 and went to hit prt scr and someone killed me. I chucked my mouse, then I tossed my ratzpad at the mouse.

 

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3vi1 replied on Tue, Oct 21 2008 2:11 PM

Hehe... If you find one that can survive that, let me know: It should easily deal with me knocking it off my desk every other day. :)

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3vi1:

Hehe... If you find one that can survive that, let me know: It should easily deal with me knocking it off my desk every other day. :)

Only after a few dozen times did it die. Thats because it hit the wall before carpet. They are great mice.

 

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These headphones look cheap... meh I say.

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