EPOS, the gaming audio manufacturer has followed up on its recent RIG reboots with a brand new take on the popular H3 headset, the H3 Hybrid.
The new H3 Hybrid and wireless H3PRO Hybrid gaming headsets, are out now and look likely to take the established H3 lineup into almost every gaming scenario it’s possible to conceive. While it comes in at $179 or local equivalent, the headset range takes the qualities of the H3 and bundles in multiple connectivity options, a removable boom arm, simultaneous Bluetooth for audio mixing, and a hefty battery for on the go gaming. Thanks to the Bluetooth connectivity, 3.5mm jack, and wireless options, the H3 Hybrid can be hooked up to PC, Mac, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, compatible mobiles, and Nintendo Switch.
The wired H3 Hybrid might not contain the Pro label but this EPOS engineered headset includes a ton of options. Featuring 40mm drivers, Bluetooth connectivity, as well as both USB and a wired jack, this headset will hook up to pretty much anything. While on the go, the boom arm can be removed and a secondary mic will take over for discrete chat or phone calls, while the battery is rated for up to 37 hours of Bluetooth audio. In game, 7.1 surround sound is an obvious addition to pinpoint any foes and long raids shouldn’t be much of an issue with a total weight of only 298g with the boom arm mic attached.
The pro version of this upcoming do it all headset should be available soon and adds a wireless option to the mix. The added proprietary EPOS wireless tech should mix flexibility of form with the freedom to move, for anybody that doesn’t want to get tangled during a crucial moment of the action.
The H3 Hybrid headset certainly looks the part, dropping onto shelves with Ghost White and Onyx Black options, while the H3Pro will debut in a Serbing Black color scheme. The H3 Hybrid headset wills et you back around $179 / $259 CAD but is looking to be very set of cans you ever need, so the investment might be worth it. You can check out the H3 hybrid over on the official EPOS website now.