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Plantronics Releases Three New Gaming Headsets

Plantronics has released three new Dolby Atmos enabled gaming headsets the RIG 400LX, RIG 600LX, and the award winning RIG 800LX which will be on display at the Innovation Showcase in the Venetian Ballroom at CES Tech West next year.

This special audio enhancement for Xbox One and Windows 10 lets gamers here crisp clear sounds with three dimensional clarity. Dolby Atmos for headphones activation is available for use with all three headsets.

The RIG 800LX provides amplified audio with its 40mm driver, as well as provides low frequency resonators to reinforce bass and limit distortion. The product has precise controls and Analog dials which help the user quickly adjust the balance between game and chat audio, and a master volume control as well.

It comes with a 24-hour batter life which allows gamer to focus on gaming without the worry of the headset dying. When needing a charge, the enhanced quick-charging battery provides fast charging ability. 30 minutes of charging can provide 3 hours of gameplay.

The 400LX and the 600LX also feature Dolby Atmos for headphone activation. The 400LX has 40mm drivers which deliver explosive game audio, and the 600LX delivers a balanced soundstage with distortion-free bass which helps gamers immerse in the experience.

Both models include the RIG LX1 pro level amp with three audio EQ models, dual analog control-wheels for game/chat balance and an aux input for music. Dolby Atmos requires an Xbox One or Windows 10 compatible device to work.

All devices will be sold at selected retailers including EB Games, JB-HI-FI, and Harvey Norman, as well as online at Plantronics.com.

The RIG 400LX costs $149, the RIG 600LX costs $199, and the RIG 800LX costs $229.

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