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Need Some New Cans? Check Out Thermaltake's Newest Lineup of Gaming Headsets

If you're in the market for some new gaming headsets, Thermaltake has just released an entire new lineup for you to consider.

RIING Pro RGB 7.1 Gaming Headset


As stated in its name, the RIING Pro RGB features 7.1 premium virtual surround and utilises oversized 50mm drivers that minimize distortion while producing clear and precise sounds at both low and high frequencies. The built-in ESS ES9018 DAC and SABRE9601K amplifier delivers 24-bit/96kHz lossless playback with extraordinary dynamic range and ultra-low distortion.

In terms of design, you'll find an in-line control box that provides on-the-fly controls for virtual surround sound, preset EQ, and volume controls, while the memory foam-based earcups and auto headband adjustments make for a comfortable wearing experience.


Users can also download the iTake software to enjoy 7.1 virtual surround sound and customise RGB lighting effects across two separate zones. Beyond just syncing RGB lighting effects with your other gaming gear, users can also SyncALL with other Thermaltake products which are compatible with TT RGB PLUS. The headset also works with Razer Chroma and Amazon's Alexa Voice Service.

Shock XT and Shock XT 7.1 Gaming Headsets


The Shock XT 7.1 is Thermaltake's second 7.1 headset in this launch; it also features oversized 50mm drivers that minimize distortion while producing clear and precise sounds at both low and high frequencies, ranging from 20Hz - 20KHz.

The headset comes with an advanced USB audio control box with 7.1 virtual surround sound and a built-in digital signal processing (DSP) sound card that amplifies your audio and voice. Similarly, you can adjust the 7.1 virtual surround sound, preset EQs, as well as volume and microphone mute controls on-the-fly using the control box. The comfortable padding of the ear cups are foldable, as is the flip-up microphone, facilitating easy storage and portability. Additionally, it offers 8-level headband adjustments that supports almost any head size.

If you're not a big fan of 7.1 surround sound, you can pick up the vanilla Shock XT Gaming Headset. It also features oversized 50mm drivers and comes with foldable earcup padding plus an in-line control box for easy volume and microphone mute controls.


In terms of compatibility, the Shock XT Series headsets works with PCs, consoles, mobiles and even the Nintendo® Switch™, which will delight most gamers.


Isurus Pro V2 In-ear Gaming Headset


The Isurus Pro V2 is the newest member of the Isurus series. This in-ear gaming headset features a 13mm Hi-Res driver which makes audio quality softer and more elastic, enhancing clarity when gaming, watching movies or listening to music.

Once again, the in-line control box provides easy access to volume controls, play and pause functions, and microphone mute controls on-the-fly. In the box, you'll find two additional sets of ear-tips in different sizes and a steel-reinforced adjustable headband that allow users to achieve a comfortable and secure fit that effectively reduces unwanted noise. The headband can be worn on the head, around the neck and is detachable, taking full advantage of its functionalities.  It also works on multiple platforms, including PCs, consoles, mobiles and Nintendo® Switch™.


The Thermaltake RIING Pro RGB 7.1, Shock XT Series, and Isurus Pro V2 In-ear Gaming

Headsets will be available for purchase in early July.


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