CM Storm launches a stereo headset "enclosing" enough classic: the Sonuz.
Last summer, CM Storm - peripheral branch Cooler Master gamers - the microphones with the Sirus, started a fairly ambitious 5.1 model launched at €120. This year, CM Storm returns to the fundamental, with a more conventional model called Sonuz.
The idea is to position themselves in the medium-of-range of the market, offering a design said "wrap-around" and a detachable microphone. Stereo, this Sonuz is equipped with two transducers of 53 mm. From a technical point of view, the Sonuz covers 10-20,000 Hz, displays a 45 Ohm impedance and sensitivity of 98 dB / mW. The on-board microphone is removable, but also Omni-directional type. Note that it is possible to install it on the left or right, listener based on the preferences of the user. Cushions can include ear and provide comfort and insulation (small).
Finally, in terms of connectivity, the CM Storm Sonuz has two Jacks Jack 3.5 mm and a cable of 2 m, with a wired remote control for the volume control and activation of the micro. It should begin to be in stores starting in the month of June, for €69.90 TTC, recommended prices.