Sony announced the Pulse Elite, a wireless headset with a retractable microphone and an AI noise cancellation. The Pulse Explore Wireless Headphones were also unveiled. Sony claims outstanding portable sound quality with dual microphones and a voice-cautioning syllable that can filter out background noise. The headphones support noise lossless audio playback and come with a charging case.
In a press release, Sony said The Pulse Elite and the PlayStation Explore are the first audio devices to use custom-designed planar magnetic drivers to deliver the sound-phile-level listening experience that typically found in premium headphones for professional music engineers.
Pulse Elite and Pulse Explore connect directly to PlayStation Portal with the new PlayStation Link wireless audio technology. According to Sony, this innovation means that there is a poor latency, no loss of sound and simple switching between multiple PS5 hostess with USB adapter and PlayStation Portal.
When using the Pulse Elite and Pulse Explore in order to use PS5, PlayStation Link requires a USB adapter. The PlayStation Link USB adapter can be used to connect the Pulse Elite or Pulse Explore to PCs and Macs.
Pulse Elite and Pulse Explore can be connected to a PlayStation Link enabled device (PS5, PC, Mac or PlayStation Portal) and a Bluetooth enabled device on the same time. For example, Pulse Explore can be connected to PS5 (by USB) via PlayStation Link, and a mobile phone can be connected to Bluetooth. When you play on PS5, the gamer will be able to answer the call and hear it through Pulse Explore.
The Pulse Elite headset cost $149.99, and the Pulse Explore headphones cost $199.99. For more details about the date and the date of delivery, please see them on facebook.
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