ROCCAT announces New In-ear Headset Priced at $69.99


ROCCAT is a company well known in Europe for their gaming peripherals and have expanded the past few years into the US Market. After the success of the Aluma and Syva, two top-selling in-ear headset, ROCCAT unveils the Score as a successor for fans of discrete, light-weight earphones. The Score doubles the sound quality with its unique dual-driver design.

Roccat Introduces Score Full Spectrum Dual Driver In-Ear Headset

Its large 10 mm driver provides deep bass while its 6.8mm partner focuses on precise mids and highs. Both drivers are built using high-grade neodymium magnets. A specially developed acoustic chamber blends the two sounds together for perfectly balanced audio. Background noise is eliminated by passive noise-canceling blocks, allowing deeper game immersion.

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Light weight, the Score is designed to focus entirely on the quality of its sound. It features an earhook design with a memory-form cable that can be micro adjusted to the contours of any ear shape, but also keeping it securely locked in place while on the move. It comes with a selection of ear tips ensuring the best fit for all.

The Real-Voice microphone transmits the full vocal range for accurate communication. In-cable audio controls provide mic mute, play, pause and skip music functions. A PC adapter is also included, ensuring that the Score is compatible for gamers on the desktop, their console and mobile use.

The headset sports a 20~20.000Hz frequency response and a sensitivity at 1kHz of 108dB with a mid and high frequency drive diameter of 6.8mm (a 12 ohm impedance)  and a low frequency driver diameter of 10mm (16 ohm impedance)

Pricing And Availability

The Score is now available at retailers today at the price of $69.99 and 69,99€ for the European market.

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