EpicGear, international vendor of high-quality and competitive-oriented gaming peripherals, today introduces their newest addition to the EpicGear headset family: THUNDEROUZ. Powered by 50 mm drivers, the THUNDEROUZ stereo gaming headset delivers both powerful and crystal clear sound, helping gamers to locate enemies on the virtual battlefield.
Its multi-functional in-line controller features volume and microphone controls as well as switching between dedicated gaming and music profiles on-the-fly, while the first-ever used EG-Amplifier enhances the overall sound quality even further. Gamers also have the choice between seven different ambient lighting modes by simply touching the sensor button on the right ear cup. The EpicGear THUNDEROUZ gaming headset will be available in the middle of March for an MSRP of US$79.99 plus tax.
Modern Design Combined with Maximum Comfort
To achieve a new level of wearing comfort, EpicGear uses a combination of high-quality leatherette and memory foam ear cups that perfectly match the new, even more convenient headband design. Accompanied by the X-braided cable and a reinforced strain relief, the THUNDEROUZ not only becomes a comfortable, but also an enduring escort during limitless gaming and music sessions, and allows quick access to your most important audio controls and profiles.
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