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Nacon introduces the RIG 600 Pro HS and HX gaming headsets

Nacon has announced its first dual wireless gaming headset, the RIG 600 Pro. Available in two variants, the HS for PlayStation and the HX for Xbox, it is built featuring dual wireless technology (low-latency 2.4 GHz wireless and Bluetooth), multiplatform compatibility, and characteristic RIG acoustics and comfort.

Use the USB-C wireless adapter to get a competitive advantage with best-in-class low-latency wireless, or connect through Bluetooth for mobile gaming. Select Game, Bluetooth, or Dual Mode to stay connected to your game audio through the 2.4GHz dongle while also answering phone calls and receiving alerts. When connected using the 2.4GHz dongle, the battery lasts up to 18 hours. However, that increases to 24 hours when using Bluetooth.

The RIG 600 Pro provides balanced gaming audio thanks to dual 40mm drivers encased in a calibrated acoustic chamber. High-sensitivity bass-boosted drivers provide increased loudness with less distortion. The lightweight 600 Pro weighs 240g and has snap-to-fit earcups trimmed in breathable fabric, as well as a padded headband. Moreover, it features a chat-optimised microphone that discreetly folds into the earcup when not in use. The inbuilt flip-to-mute capability adds to the adaptability, enabling players to easily accept calls and converse with their team.

The headset uses Bluetooth to connect to the 600 Pro Navigator app when installed on iOS and Android devices, allowing you to configure your RIG 600 Pro headset. In the app, you can adjust mic sensitivity and monitoring levels, select equaliser presets, and customise how they sound. The RIG 600 Pro headsets will be on sale starting from September 28th, with an MSRP of €99.99.

KitGuru says: Have you ever owned a Nacon (previously Plantronics) RIG headset? Will you be considering a RIG 600 Pro?

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