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Abkoncore introduces a new gaming headset with 7.1 virtual surround sound

Abkoncore's new B719M Virtual 7.1 gaming headset is the company's latest audio solution for gamers. Featuring RGB lighting, 7.1 virtual surround sound, an in-line controller, multi-platform compatibility, and a noise-cancelling mic, the B719M Virtual 7.1 is a feature-rich headset for your gaming sessions.

The B719M Virtual 7.1 comes with a “USB Virtual 7.1 Channel Sound Card Adapter” included, which simply plugs into a free USB port, and the headset connects to the adapter via a 3.5mm connector. This headset also features “3D Sound” technology that Abkoncore says can further immerse users into their gameplay. 3D Sound can be customised to your liking through the provided software and turned on/off through the in-line controller.

Equipped with 50mm neodymium drivers with a 32Ω±5% impedance, a frequency of 20Hz-20KHz, and a sound sensitivity of 122±3dB, the B719M Virtual 7.1 has another trick up its sleeve, as it “reacts” to the bass frequencies thanks to its Intelligent Vibration Technology. The more the bass, the more the earcups vibrate. Additionally, the back of the earcups features an RGB circle that gives the headset the characteristic “gaming look”.

You can use the B719M across an extensive set of platforms including PC, laptop, Nintendo Switch, tablet, smartphone, and PS4 and Xbox systems, thanks to the USB and a 3.5mm connectors provided.

As for the microphone, this uses ENC noise-cancelling, and the mic sports an impedance of 2.2KΩ and a sensitivity of -42±3dB. You can also mute the microphone via the in-line controller, as well as disable the vibration or control the volume output.

Pricing and availability details have not yet been shared. You can learn more about the Abkoncore B719M Virtual 7.1 gaming headset HERE.

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