Quake are a new pair of gaming earbuds designed specifically to provide mobile gamers with a lightweight virtual surround sound 7.1 gaming earbud equipped with a microphone and vibration feedback technology priced at an affordable $69. The feedback technology takes the form of a built-in vibration unit that allows you to feel gunshots and hear footsteps thanks to the virtual 7.1 sound channels. The Quake gaming earbuds also allow you to clearly communicate with your teammates thanks to the noise cancelling microphone.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Quake earbuds witch of this week launched via Kickstarter and already nearly raised the required pledge goal with still 50 days remaining on the campaign. With early bird pledges available from £53 or roughly $69 the Quake earbuds offer a lightweight mobile gaming solution and weighed just 18g allowing users to wear the system for longer gaming sessions.
“The 10mm vibration units specialise in bringing out the bass effects of low-frequency sounds. Quake offers virtual 7.1 channel sound effect. The EQ mode enhances the effects of footsteps and gunshots, adding a new dimension of fun to your entertainment experience. With its control unit, you can adjust the sound, manually toggle microphone level without going into system settings, and pick up or hang up a phone call. Compatible with Windows 7/8/10 without a driver, the sound core DSP controller can increase volume by 20 percent.”
For more details and full specifications jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Hardware, Top News