Roccat announces dual-driver discrete gaming headset – Score
Roccat is looking to Score again! The German-based gaming peripheral maker is looking to continue their winning streak following their Aluma and Syva gaming earphones.
Have they got another winner on their hands?
The Score doubles the sound quality by packing dual-drivers.
Firstly, the large 10mm driver provides deep bass. Backing that up is a 6.8mm that focuses on “precise mids and highs”.
Both drivers are built using high-grade neodymium magnets. Furthermore, a specially developed acoustic chamber blends the two sounds together for perfectly balanced audio.
Also, passive noise-cancelling rids you have background noise and ensures deeper game immersion.
The Score is designed to focus entirely on the quality of its sound. Furthermore, as well as being light-weight, the memory-form cable ear-hook allows it to be adjusted to perfectly suit the contours of any ear shape.
The ‘Real-Voice’ microphone transmits the full your voice accurately and clearly. Additionally, the on-cable audio controls provide easy access to mic mute, play, pause and skip.
Finally, a PC adapter is also included, ensuring that the Score is compatible for desktop, console and mobile use.
Price and availability
The Roccat Score is available now in most retailers for £59.99. You can find more information on Roccat’s site.