LucidSound Brings More Improved Gaming Headsets to E3

LucidSound Brings More Improved Gaming Headsets to E3

Posted by June 18, 2018 Comment

The folks over at LucidSound have always had some awesome gear to show off at E3, and this year was no exception with a few new headsets. First up, they created a new pair of headsets officially licensed by Microsoft in the LS15X and LS35X, specifically designed to work with the Xbox One’s wireless controllers. Each of them has easier to handle controls for mute and volume, along with a better design for the ears for a longer-lasting session. They also created the LS25, specifically designed for esports players where a lot of the controls and settings can be done on the fly so you’re not messing around with audio properties or comfort mid-match, it can be done in a matter of seconds.

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The next sets to come out of the work were the big guns in the LS31 (below) and the LS41 (above), both of which are improvements over their previous models. The short-hand details are they they improved the audio quality for chat as well as making them both better for wireless gaming connections so you’re not tethered. The 41’s are the superior of the two with a longer battery life and  surround sound capabilities. We hope to get our hands on a pair of these from LucidSound and give you a proper review with all of our gear, but from what we saw at E3, they are amazing headsets that will be worth your time to go check out.

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(Last Updated June 18, 2018 6:48 am )

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