Level Up gaming headset revealed by Meters Music: Specs, features, price and release date

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There are plenty of peripherals out in the market, but that doesn't mean that arent; always about to be more.

Entering a brand-new peripheral into the market is brave, but sometimes a new contender steps up with something worth paying attention to.

In this case, Meters Music has announced the Level Up Gaming Headset, which is a new headset designed for high-performance audio innovation.

Here's everything you need to know about the Level Up Gaming Headset from Meters Music.

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Level Up Gaming Headset specs

The Level Up Gaming Headset weighs 320g with a 2.2m braided cable and includes Virtual 7.1 surround sound thanks to some drivers you can download and install if you buy the headset.

Alongside that, here are the full specs:

  • CHIP SET: CM108B
  • SOUND CHANNEL: VIRTUAL 7.1
  • OPERATING VOLTAGE: 5V
  • TRANSMISSION: USB2.0
  • OPERATING TEMPERATURE: -15o TO +70o
  • SPEAKER SIZE: 50MM
  • SENSITIVITY: 108±3DB
  • RATED POWER: 20MW
  • IMPEDANCE: 32Ω±15%
  • MAX POWER: 30MW
  • FREQUENCY: 20~20KHZ
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That's all pretty impressive, we're sure you agree.

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Level Up Gaming Headset features

The main feature of this headset comes because of the fancy VU meter on the side.

"As with all Meters Products our patented VU (volume unit) meter registers the output of the audio from source, giving a real-time indication of audio levels for bystanders and streamers it’s a great point of reference. The meter itself is RGB adjustable and can be set to your favourite colour."

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Level Up Gaming Headset price

With all of that stuffed into one headset, you're prob=ably curious about the price.

Well, this headset costs £99.99. It's not cheap by any standards, but you're getting a unique look and some impressive specs for that price.

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Level Up Gaming Headset release date

If all of this sounds ideal to you then you'll be happy to know that these headsets will be available later this month.

You could always go and pre-order one now if you want to make sure you don't miss out.

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