The original white and black color of the headset matches the design of the PS5. Here Sony is expected to work on the first-party black plate to reflect the appearance of new peripherals for the console.
The latest version of the headphones will be available on October 22nd. Pre-orders are open for $ 100 headsets PlayStation Direct.
Taking advantage of the PS5’s spatial audio technology, the company has created the headset, which aims to place sound in places that match what you see on the screen. There’s a built-in dual microphone, which will be useful for talking to your teammates or if you’re streaming your gameplay (although a dedicated mic is probably a good option).
The headphones are primarily designed for the PS5 and will work with the PS4, PC and Mac via a wireless USB transmitter. There is no Bluetooth, but you can connect the headset to other devices via a 3.5mm headphone port or using an adapter.
Sony Hall Today it not only unlocks the console expansion slot, but also adds equalizer settings for Pulse 3D. There are three presets: Standard, Bus Boost and Shooter. The latter puts more emphasis on shooting and footprints. You can create your own presets and save up to three for easy access. You’ll be able to change the equalizer settings through the Control Center, so you don’t need to access the console’s main menu system to change things.
Meanwhile, the latest PS5 system software adds support for 3D audio via built-in TV speakers. So, if you prefer to play without headphones and don’t have a sound audio system around you, you can still get some effect of spatial audio.
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