Mad Catz unveils Gears of War 3 licensed audio headsets

The guys form Mad Catz has announced a series of licensed Gears of War 3 audio peripherals for the Xbox 360 which are now available for pre-order and are expected to ship alongside the launch of the upcoming game on September 20, 2011.

The new offering includes a throat communicator and two headsets – the Performance Stereo Gaming Headset and the Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound Headset.

The Throat Communicator is utilizing a military-inspired behind-the-neck design, an adjustable neckband boasting foam-rubber inserts for a custom fit, integrated volume/mute controls, for $29.99.

Gears of War 3 Throat Communicator


The Performance Stereo Gaming Headset, priced at $99.99 is connecting to the Xbox 360 console via USB and offers independent game and voice volume controls. The headset is equipped with 40mm drivers, removable microphone, an analog A/V HDMI Adapter, it also has noise isolating headphones with adjustable headrail and plush padding, plus a feature, called Selective Voice Monitoring (SVM), that will allow you to hear your own voice through the headset.

Mad Catz Performance Stereo Gaming Headset


And finally, the Gears of War 3 branded Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound Headset offers pulsating red LED, independent game and voice volume controls, detachable, flexible microphone, Selective Voice Monitoring (SVM) feature, digital optical input, extra earpad and Headrail Pad Set with cap removal tool and Dolby Digital EX / Dolby Pro Logic IIX / Dolby Headphone decoding. The price for this pair is set at $179.99.

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