Roccat Kulo lightweight gaming headset

Roccat Labs has announced a new gaming headset which promises a snug fit and comfort during your long gaming sessions. The Roccat Kulo is ultra lightweight, weighing in at just 178g, they have flexible,  metal-reinforced padded headband, which offers eight levels of height adjustment and include a noise-filtering microphone with automatic Mic-Mute function which is  flexible too.

The headset packs 40mm drivers with neodymium magnets and Mylar membranes with frequency range of 20 ~ 20,000 Hz, signal-to-noise ratio of 50dB, impedance of 50 Ohms and a maximum output of 80mW. They feature breathable on-ear padding that also offers noise cancellation, in-line Slim’Remote control for easy volume level adjustment and comes with a 2.5 meter cable.

Roccat Kulo

The Roccat Kulo will be available from March 2011 for the MSRP of 59.99. The company also plans to release a Kulo USB version that includes a 7.1 USB sound card.

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