Thermaltake recently introduced an all-new gaming headset which is specially designed for pro gamers and gaming buddies. The new headset is been named Riing Pro RGB 7.1 which is setting up a new trend in the current gaming world and is stepping up the competition against its rivals headsets. It has a two-zone control which can control both Alexa and Razer’s Chroma system. But the firm said that one needs a separate Alexa-ready device or Razer’s Synapse software to get access to the headsets.
The device has many astonishing features such as, oversized 50mm drivers, a 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency range and also has a combination of ESS ES9018 DAC with an ultra-new version of amplifier that helps to easily drive 24bit/96Hz playback, which is the highest dynamic range for any gaming headsets with a minimal distortion level.
The company has not revealed anything about the Riing Pro RGB 7.1 cost, but it did say that the product is expected to ship in the first quarter of the year. Since there are many gaming headsets such as Corsair and Elite wireless which are available below $200,the price can be one of the deciding factors. Therefore, Thermaltake may have to offer a comprehensive and comparable value as a result to boost the product sale.