Today marks the release of one very anticipated gaming accessory, the Roccat’s Khan Pro stereo headset with hi-res audio certification. A stamp in which the company is marketing as the world first.
If you’re asking yourself what this whole “audio certification” means, Roccat has stated that the Japan Audio Society issued the badge. In its application and requirements—which are made public—indicate that the JAS and Consumer Technology Association are jointly promoting the hi-res audio stamp on the headset—the odd thing is, is that the CTA doesn’t certify products such as these.
All that aside, the Khan Pro is also being marketed as a “super-light” headset for eSports—one in which Roccat is a major partner of. The headset comes weighing in 230g, uses memory foam earpads for comfort, steel sliders for durability, and 95-degree rotatable hinges to accommodate different head sizes. It’s also equipped with 50mm drivers with a frequency of 40Hz to 40kHz. As for chatting, it comes with a standard microphone that is rated to pick up frequencies from 100Hz to 10kHz.
“The Khan Pro also features a real-voice mic, offering the most natural voice transmission deliverable in a gaming headset. The microphone of the Khan Pro can pick up lower frequencies than competitors in its class. This expanded spectrum makes the human voice sound as natural as possible on a gaming headset, optimizing team communication like never before, and ensuring commands and callouts are crystal clear,” – Roccat
Given you’re just a standard headset user or not, Roccat is known for releasing quality headsets for gamers alike. It’s a key major partner of eSports and is seen used by a ton of competitors worldwide, the investment can be a treat if you’re looking to buy a new headset or simply upgrading yourself to one—the choice is yours my fellow gamers.
Roccat Khan Pro is available now for the price tag of $99.99, in the set colors of black, white, and gray.