What you need to know
- During E3 2019, Astro unveiled a new generation of its A50 Wireless Headset and Base Station.
- It costs $300 and is expected to ship in Summer 2019.
- You can get it for either Xbox One and PC or PlayStation 4 and PC.
- Preorders are available on Amazon.
At E3 2019, Astro revealed the latest Astro A50 Wireless Headset and Base Station. The A50 features a host of improvements to audio performance, wireless range, docking, charging, microphone clarity, and more. It's designed to provide an immersive gaming experience.
Astro Vice President of Marketing Aron Drayer said the following when discussing the headset.
You can read about some of the main features below.
- The fourth generation A50 is optimized for spatial audio solutions like Dolby Atmos.
- The all-new Base Station provides clear, low-latency voice communication.
- The optional A50 Mod Kit includes a leatherette headband and leather ear cushions that can be conveniently swapped.
- The free ACC software gives players control over their audio experience including voice communication.
The A50 is currently available to preorder for Xbox One and PC or PlayStation 4 and PC. You'll have to choose which console to get it for. It costs $300 on Amazon and should ship in Summer 2019.
The A50 features a host of improvements to audio performance, wireless range, docking, charging, microphone clarity, and more. It's designed to provide an immersive gaming experience.
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