Razer Announces Chimaera Wireless Headsets for Xbox 360 and PC
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Razer Announces Chimaera Wireless Headsets for Xbox 360 and PC

Razer have announced a brand new set of wireless headsets that are compatible with the Xbox 360 as well as other devices.  Coming in two flavors, the Chimaera 5.1 Surround Sound and Chimaera Stereo, these headsets focus on audio quality and communication while cutting the cords.   While the set is designed to work for the Xbox 360, the base station contains many standard input jacks allowing you to hook the cans up to your PC or other devices.  

One unique feature on the 5.1 model is the ability to create a custom channel for dedicated voice chat by connecting up to four base stations together.  Now your Left 4 Dead 2 LAN parties won't have to wake up baby Sally and you dont' have to worry about running a Teamspeak server either!

Chimaera 5.1 Product Features:
  • 5.1 Channel Dolby® surround sound
  • 5.8 GHz interference-free wireless headset (up to 33ft / 10m receiving range)
  • Docking base station for audio processing, recharging and advanced controls
  • Connect up to 4 base stations for dedicated lag-free team communications
  • Adjustable circumaural ear cups for optimal sound isolation and comfort
  • Independent audio and microphone controls on the ear cups
  • Flexible microphone boom and detachable Xbox LIVE communication cable
  • Up to 8 hours rechargeable battery life
  • Digital optical connection for superior sound quality
  • PC compatible*
  • *RCA to 3.5mm cable required and sold separately
Chimaera Stereo Product Features:
  • 2.4 GHz wireless headset (up to 33ft / 10m receiving range)
  • 50mm neodymium drivers for true to life gaming stereo audio
  • Up to 12 hours rechargeable battery life
  • Adjustable circumaural ear cups for optimal sound isolation and comfort
  • Docking base station for recharging and convenient storage
  • Independent audio and microphone controls on the ear cups
  • Flexible microphone boom and detachable Xbox LIVE communication cable
  • PC compatible*

The 5.1 headset will set you back $200 while the stereo set is priced at a more reasonable $129.99.  More info can be found on the official website.

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