AV Peripherals and Systems Guide
GamesterGear Set to Launch Falcon Series Headset at CES 2014
Syba USA will be announcing a new gaming headset series for their GamesterGear headset line at the CES 2014. The new series will be available in Wireless, Bluetooth, and Wired variants.
Wireless AV210 vs Bluetooth BT210
Both equipped with a 3.5mm Voice Chat output to support Xbox 360, PS4, and next generation gaming consoles, each model has 57mm and 30mm drivers in each ear cup to produce force-feedback that gives a rumbling effect feeling. The enclosed microphone with crystal-clear voice technology lets you chat online, and make/receive phone calls in clarity. Users can control both the Chat Voice, and the Game Volume independently so they choose to block out the voices' of other players.
Wireless model - wireless signal is transmitted via a 2.4GHz Transmitter Box, which is powered by USB, and also doubles up as a sound card for it to work if the desktop does not have an audio card.
Bluetooth model - easily connects to any Bluetooth-enabled devices such as gaming consoles, mobile phones, mp3 players, just to name a few.
- GamesteGear LED logo lights up when headset is in use
- Simply charge the Falcon via USB
- Transmitter Box supports Tos-Link Optical, or 3.5mm Optical Plug for digital sound, and Analog Sound via a 3.5mm input jack.
Wired Falcon PX210
With the same functions as its Wireless and Bluetooth siblings, all its controls can be easily accessed from the headset itself, eliminating the need of an inline control dongle.