Corsair has launched the Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT gaming headset as a new premium offering for gamers.
The Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT features a SlipStream Wireless and Bluetooth connection for dual-wireless options, in addition to high-fidelity USB and universal 3.5mm wired connection options. Further, the sound quality has been enhanced with Dolby Atmos’ three-dimensional spatial audio to complement its extensive 20Hz-40,000Hz frequency range.
The Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT can connect wired/wirelessly to the PC, Mac, PS5, PS4, and mobile, and wired only on Xbox Series X|S, and Switch.
Connecting with 24bit/48KHz SlipStream Wireless technology for a fast, unwavering 60ft signal, the Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT also adds Bluetooth with the Qualcomm aptX HD codec for simultaneous dual-wireless connections. A USB wired connection delivers high-fidelity 24bit/96kHz audio, while a universal 3.5mm connector ensures compatibility with a multitude of devices, built with an inline controller that conveniently controls volume and mute.
The Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT produces rich, authentic sound using the hand-matched pair of high-density 50mm neodymium audio drivers, meticulously tuned within +/-1db of tolerance for exceptional performance. With twice the frequency range of typical gaming headsets at 20Hz – 40,000Hz, and the addition of Dolby Atmos three-dimensional spatial audio to place the sounds of the game all around you.
Users can also take advantage of the iCUE software to change the lighting o the device to fit their preference.
The Virtuoso RGB Wireless XT is priced at $269.99 and is available now from Corsair and Best Buy.
You can check out the launch video below staring T-Pain:
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