Cyber Snipa announces Sonar 5.1 Championship Headset
It seems as though gamers have a field day when it comes to choosing the right accessory for their gaming endeavors and adventures – just take a look at Cyber Snipa, a company that isn’t really on the same level as Razer where popularity of its products and brand name recognition are concerned, but at least they try to roll out an above average piece of hardware.
Their latest release concerns itself not with a death dealing mouse or keyboard, but rather, intends to appeal itself to your aural senses in the form of the Sonar 5.1 Championship Headset. Being the latest entry in its award-winning line of specialized high-end headsets, this model will incorporate the latest developments in cutting-edge sound technology and true 5.1 surround sound.
You know, I’ve seriously always wondered just how one can cram in 5.1 surround sound into just a pair of headphones or earphones, and figured out that the experience wouldn’t be that authentic. Well, guess the Cyber Snipa Sonar headphones does intend to deliver that somehow, providing players with an experience that delivers superlative tactical communications and tracking ability for the ultimate competitive edge.
Sound is more important in First Person Shooters than any other genre through my gaming experience, but that doesn’t mean your ear drums should be given any lesser treatment if you’re playing Bejeweled all day long, does it? There are four speakers in each ear cup alongside an independent channel control via in-line controller, letting you experience intensely realistic surround sound.
Cyber Snipa also wants to make the experience as comfortable as possible, and has hence included exclusive memory foam padding for ultimate comfort whenever you decide to engage in marathon gaming sessions and close the door of your life to the world. A noise-cancelling boom mic is capable of delivering crystal-clear online chat, regardless of whether your playing in the comfort of your own home or traveling to LAN parties and competitions. Expect to fork out $79.95 as this bad boy makes its way across North America this month.