Psyko Carbon Gaming Headset

PC gaming audio specialist Psyko Audio Lab introduced its latest headset innovation in the name of Psyko Carbon gaming headset which they say will deliver “the most precise directional audio soundscape in gaming.”

The headphones utilizes the company’s PsykoWave technology and unlike other surround sound headsets that approximate direction through simulation, Psyko Carbon uses “precision-tuned” front and rear audio waveguides to channel sound “instantly and naturally to both ears simultaneously”, just like a 5.1 room speaker system, said from Psyko Labs.

Psyko Carbon packs five high performance individual speakers, pivot-open ear cups for better ventilation during extended play and to hear well your teammates, a removable Boom Mic, and comes with Psyko Amp with fully adjustable bass, volume control, and 5 LED visual direction indicator, plus a tangle free braided cable and gold plated connectors.

Psyko Carbon Gaming Headset

The Psyko Carbon will be available on April 7th for $199.

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