LucidSound announces LS25 eSports gaming headset

LucidSound has been producing headphones for quite some time. The firm offers a wide range of products for every budget and recently announced its latest addition to its family, the LS25 eSports gaming headset.

Like many of its other headphones, the LS25 offers a simple design that offers a touch of flair in a tasteful way. As far the specifications go, the new set offers:

  • 50mm High Fidelity speakers with Neodymium magnets have been specifically engineered for gaming
  • A remarkably clear sound stage so that gamers can easily identify teammates, enemies and audio cues that provide the difference between victory and defeat
  • Dual mics allowing players the option of using the integrated discrete mic (Ideal for phone calls and casual chat) or the unidirectional, flexible boom mic for intense gaming sessions
  • Direct to PC connection via a 3.5mm audio jack, ensuring a simple connection to any gaming rig
  • Reliable audio connection with no batteries required, pro gamers can be assured of uninterrupted game and chat audio
  • Proprietary control system, allowing gamers to adjust volume simply by twisting the ear cup
  • Fully compatible with PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and mobile platforms

While there are a lot of headphones available on the market, what makes the LucidSound options more interesting is that it packs two microphones, one that is integrated into the headphones, and the other that is available through the detachable mic boom. This makes the headphones a bit more flexible in terms of use. When you are gaming, you can attach the boom, and when you are out and about, and have them plugged into a smartphone, you can take the boom off and still communicate using the built-in mic option.

LucidSound does not currently have a price of release date available. But, if you want more details, you can sign up on their product page for future notifications.

Source: LucidSound

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