Sharkoon has unveiled a new addition to their range of affordable gaming headsets this week with the launch of the new Skiller SGH-1 which is now available to purchase priced at just €20 from authorised resellers.
The new SKILLER SGH1 stereo gaming headset weighs just 253 g and is equipped with a headband suspension system that automatically adjusts to the shape and size of your head.
The latest Sharkoon headset is compatible with PCs as well as notebooks, Ultrabooks, smartphones and the newest console generations, the company’s press release explains a little more about its features.
The comfortable, extra-large ear pads are circumaural and the built-in 40 mm drivers provide powerful sound. The removable, flexible microphone offers crystal clear voice transmission at all times while gaming and voice chats. The headset is also visually unlike anything else with its black & blue SKILLER design details on the ear cups and the textile braided cable.
With headphone ear pads, opinions are divided – synthetic leather or cloth? The SKILLER SGH1 lets you decide: One set synthetic leather and one set cloth are included, swap out one on the headset for the other effortlessly. For mobile use as a headset, the microphone is easily removable.
The SGH1 connects via TRRS stereo jack to modern consoles and smartphones. The textile braided cable with gold-plated USB plug is only as long as needed: The cable with TRRS stereo jack is kept deliberately short at 110 cm. Thus convenient connection to external table sound cards, for example our Sharkoon X-Rest 7.1 Surround Sound Headset Stand, smartphones, Ultrabooks as well as game controllers are all possible. The enclosed extension, with its two 3.5 mm stereo jacks, fits into any PC and features an inline controller with volume control and microphone mute. For use on a traditional PC, the SGH1 offers an ideal total cable length of 250 cm.
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