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4Gamers CP-01 Stereo USB Headset with built-in mic & In-line Vol controls - Officially Licensed from
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4Gamers CP-01 Stereo USB Headset with built-in mic & In-line Vol controls - Officially Licensed from

4Gamers CP-01 Stereo USB Headset with built-in mic & In-line Vol controls - Officially Licensed from Sony

Scan Code: LN53378

Manufacturer Code: CP-01

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4Gamers CP-01 Stereo USB Headset with built-in mic & In-line Vol controls - Officially Licensed from Sony

4Gamers CP-01 Stereo USB Headset with built-in mic & In-line Vol controls - Officially Licensed from
4Gamers CP-01 Stereo USB Headset with built-in mic & In-line Vol controls - Officially Licensed from

Product Overview

• 40mm neodymium speaker drivers producing a quality all-round audio performance
• Dual volume control unit to separately adjust the volume for online chat and gameplay audio
• Channel frequency separation provides a true stereo experience helping to increase the online chat and gameplay audio quality
• Swivel styled lightweight ear cups
• Leatherette ear cushions provide comfort and help reduce ambient noise
• 3 metre (oxygen free copper) connection cable
• USB™ connection to the PS3™ system

Features

• Driver Size: 40mm Driver
• Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz
• Impedance: 32 ohms
• Sensitivity: 108 dB +/-3
• Maximum input power: 30 mW
• OFC Cable: Yes
• Cable Length: 3 Metres

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Manufacturer:4Gamers

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