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EPOS announces new H6PRO Series Headsets with open or closed acoustic

Epos H6pro Headset
Epos H6pro Headset (Image credit: EPOS)

What you need to know

  • EPOS announced the H6PRO Series gaming headset.
  • It comes in either next-gen closed acoustic or open acoustic.
  • There are three colors: Sebring Black, Ghost White, or Racing Green.
  • The H6PRO has a retail price of $179 USD/$259 CAD.
CategorySpec
CompatibilityMac, PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Xbox S/X, PS4, PS5, iOS, Android
Removable micYes, magnetic
SoftwareNo
ColorsSebring Black, Ghost White, Racing Green
Warranty2 years

Today EPOS announced the H6PRO Open and the H6PRO Closed acoustic headset series, "built after the legacy" of the popular GSP 600 series. Since it offers two acoustic options, players can choose the listening style they like most. Closed acoustic is basically noise canceling and helps contain the sounds you hear so you can focus on in-game noises without getting distracted by what's happening around you. However, if you don't mind being able to listen in on your surroundings, the Open acoustic option is there for you.

Epos H6pro Headset All Colors (Image credit: EPOS)

This is a wired headset that works with every compatible device including Mac, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One/X|S, PS4, and PS5. EPOS also recently released the H3 headset and the H3 Hybrid as well. The H6PRO has several key differences from these other two gaming headsets including the open acoustic option, a microphone that quickly attaches or detaches via magnet, and a speaker system designed with higher quality and premium materials.

The H6PRO sells for $180 USD and is currently available on EPOS's website.

Rebecca Spear
Rebecca Spear

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