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November 16, 2016

ROCCAT Cross – multi platform stereo gaming headset

Gaming has gone multi-platform and become ubiquitous. Todays’ gamer demands a perfect gaming experience, no matter which platform is used. The ROCCAT Cross replaces the need for separate headsets on PC, console or mobile devices. The Cross is the multi-platform over-ear stereo gaming headset that is with you everywhere.

The ROCCAT Cross features large 50mm neodymium magnet driver units, which ensure studio-grade sound. The earcups as well as the drivers are perfectly aligned to the ear, providing maximum comfort and top notch immersive sound experiences everywhere you go. Cross delivers superior audio quality, not only in games, but also in music, film and voice communications.

The ROCCAT Cross sets a new standard in terms of style and comfort for gaming audio. It is an on-trend headset with an understated black design. It provides a snug fit thanks to memory foam earpads that adapt uniquely to each wearer, which provides a new level of comfort. Measuring just 7 oz (200g) in weight, it is more than 2 oz (55g) lighter than competing headsets in the same class.

In order to provide a fluid multi-platform experience, the ROCCAT Cross comes complete with dual microphones, one designed for PC and one designed for mobile use. Each of the two mics is built into an anti-tangle cable, both of which are provided with the Cross. The mics are detachable and plug into a neatly-placed port on the underside of the left earcup. While gaming on PC or console, choose the boom-arm mic for superior voice communication quality. While out and about, use the discreet and unobtrusive in-line mic. The ROCCAT Cross is with gamers everywhere they go.

The ROCCAT Cross hits stores on December 8 th and will be available for €/$69.99.

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