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A look into the G.Skill Ripjaws SR910 and SV710 7.1 headsets

G.Skill show off two new headset offerings including a digital 7.1 surround sound model with fancy red LEDs
By: Chris Smith | Audio, Sound & Speakers News | Posted: Jun 4, 2015 6:08 am

Computex 2015 - Alongside the Ripjaws series of mechanical keyboards and the Ripjaws MX780 RGB gaming mouse as covered by us yesterday, G.Skill also has on offer some interesting new audio additions to its peripheral arsenal.




In comes the SR910 and SV710 7.1 digital surround sound models, said to be released in Q3 2015 by G.Skill in a recent press release.


Complete with a circumaural earcup design, these SV710 boasts Xear 3D technology to help with sound positioning, leatherette lined ear pads and built-in environmental noise cancellation (ENC) to help you focus at live events. Alongside the in-line control pod, there is included software including a 10-band equalizer and customizable surround sound positioning features located within.


It's also worth noting that the 7.1 surround sound SR910 contains ear cup LEDs and connects to your PC via USB whereas the SR710 does not.



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