Sony offers new PC headsets and microphones

Sony comes up with new offers aimed at computer users and appropriate for chatting, playing or just  listening to music.

The first of one,  DR-GA100 is designed for PC gaming packs 30 mm drives and noise-cancelling boom microphone, backed by Sony’s Virtual Phones Technology for “full, rich reproduction of voice and music from any source.” The headset has soft cushion earpads, light, low-pressure headband and comes with handy in-line volume control.

Sony DR-GA100 headset

The next DR-ZX103USB and DR-ZX102DPV PC headsets feature closed-type 30mm driver units and in-line mic in the headset cord for VoIP conversations. The DR-ZX103USB model offers “extra refinement” in the audio and reduces background noise levels for even clearer, more intelligible speech.

Sony DR-ZX103USB and DR-ZX102DPV

For those who needs portability, Sony offers the DR-EX13DPV in-ear headset, which are equipped with 9mm EX drivers, in-line microphone and in-line volume control.

DR-EX13DPV

An finally is the ECM-PC60 electret condenser microphone VoIP chat. It comes with an angle-adjustable stand for desk mounting and a tie-clip mount for recording a presenter/interviewee on your PC or digital voice recorder.

The new models of PC headsets and microphones is available from April 2011.

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