Auriculares Gamer con Microfono MSI IMMERSE GH20.
Compatibilidad: PC, Mac, PS5, XBOX Series, Nintendo Switch
Ultra liviano con solo 245 gramos
Diseño de tazas de 2.5cm de grosor para usuarios con lentes
Drivers de 40mm
Micrófono ajustable recubierto
Control rápido con el controlador In-line
Compatibilidad con plataforma cruzada
LIVIANO COMO UNA PLUMA
GH20 es liviano y portátil, con un peso de apenas 245 gramos. Este headset te resultará cómodo aún durante las largas sesiones de juego.
DISEÑADO PARA EL CONFORT
Las tazas de los auriculares de 2.5cm de suave felpa están diseñados para ser usados con comodidad por aquellos que usan lentes y son cómodos para el uso prolongado. El acolchado de la banda es blando y grueso para distribuir la presión por toda la cabeza.
La banda de acero inoxidable es ajustable y el cable es resistente a los dobleces.
OYE Y SÉ OÍDO FUERTE Y CLARO
Oye a tus enemigos antes de que te vean con los drivers de 40mm en el headset GH20. Consigue conversaciones claras con el micrófono ajustable que cuenta con una esponja para bloquear el ruido de la respiración.
CONTROL DE AUDIO CONVENIENTE
Durante la batalla vertiginosa, el controlador en línea te da un acceso fácil al volumen del parlante y el silencio del micrófono.
COMPATIBILIDAD DE PLATAFORMA CRUZADA
GH20 es compatible con PC, Mac, Xbox Series X™, PlayStation 5™, Nintendo Switch™ y otras consolas de juego y dispositivos móviles con el jack de audio de 3.5mm y la extensión del cable en forma de Y.
PESO (G) 245g (sin cable) / 492.5g
CONECTOR Jack de audio 3.5mm
SENSIBILIDAD PARLANTES (S.P.L) 95dB +- 3dB
DRIVERS 40mm de neodimio
IMPEDANCIA PARLANTES 32 Ohmns
SO SOPORTADO Windows 10
TIPO DE CAPTACIÓN DEL MICRÓFONO Unidireccional
RESPUESTA DE FRECUENCIA DEL MICRÓFONO 100 – 10.000 Hz
SENSIBILIDAD MIC -38 dB
IMPEDANCIA DEL MICRÓFONO <= 2.2 K
COMPATIBILIDAD Jack de audio 3.5mm para PC, Mac, PS5, XBOX Series, Nintendo Switch
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