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Somic G941 headphones - via USB, noise reduction, cheaper

Somic G941 headphones - via USB, noise reduction, cheaper

I came across an extremely cheeky, well-assembled ear based on the pictures, which is capable of more than just a simple noise generator.

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Take a look at the pictures and you too can admire these beautiful headphones. In addition, if what the manufacturer promises is true, then the structure is not only beautiful, but also good. It has got active noise filtering, it can have virtual 7.1 sound effects, the microphone is omnidirectional, that is, it senses sounds just as well from essentially all directions.

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We can find Cool LED Light on it, whatever it is. Sure, it makes the games somehow more enjoyable, but I don’t know that. Anyway, let's move on. Extremely comfortable cushions are found on the speakers that filter out any outside noise. Of course, we can find a volume control on it, and we can also turn off the microphone if we don’t want to use it.

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The cable on the headphones is 2,2 meters long. It has a frequency range from 20 Hz to 20 KHz, an impedance of 32 ohms and a sensitivity of 111 dB ± 3dB. Microphone sensitivity -48 dB ± 3dB.

As I wrote in the title, you can buy it now cheaper because I managed to get a coupon to use it, which gives you about 15% off the price, so compared to the original $ 51, you can now buy it for $ 43. The coupon code can be entered in the appropriate field after placing the product in the basket. The code: G941 Shipping is free!

Click here to buy and learn more: Somic G941 Active Noise Canceling USB Gaming Headset

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