Sharkoon debuts the Rush ER2 gaming headset

Sharkoon debuts the Rush ER2 gaming headset

Sharkoon has come up with a new headset called Rush ER2. Needless to say the device targets gamers and comes with various game-oriented features.

The new headset provides a modular cable system, four colors to choose among and compatibility with the latest consoles, notebooks, smartphones and PCs. The Rush ER2 has built-in 40 mm drivers for well-balanced sound, solid ear cup suspension made from metal, soft ear pads and padded headband for a secure and comfortable fit even during long gaming sessions, gold-plated connectors and a textile braided cable. Thanks to the usage of TRRS stereo jacks the headset can connect to modern consoles, notebooks and smartphones and the enclosed extension with two 3.5 mm stereo jacks allows conventional connections to every PC. It also includes a cable integrated volume controller with microphone mute.

The Sharkoon Rush ER2 gaming headset is available now for EUR 27.99. The headset is available in black/green, black/red, black/blue and white/orange.

Source: Sharkoon

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