Pro+ model offers 3D directional audio, removable microphone, and more
Last week Mad Catz introduced the Kunai PC headset, aimed at gamers on a budget. Now, Mad Catz is shipping the Tritton Pro+ headset, a considerably less value-priced model for users who want to give their gaming time a little more oomph.
Both the Kunai and Pro+ headsets debuted at E3 2013 back in June, to a "warm reception" with showgoers, according to Darren Richardson, President and CEO. The Kunai headset passed on bells and whistles and heaped on the visual charm, but the Pro+ packs in quite a few features.
For $129.99, the headset features four separate Neodymium drivers in each earcup, an in-line volume controller, adjustable headrail, and a 12-foot cable to keep things organized. Selectable Voice Monitoring allows users to hear other players through the headset, and the microphone itself is removable.
With 30 mm front and rear drivers, a 23 mm center driver, and a 40 mm subwoofer, the Pro+ looks to make an impression with the more hardcore crowd. If you're in the market for a headset, now might be a good time to check out the Tritton line -- that is, if you don't already have a favorite. Check it out at Amazon if you're thinking about purchasing one.