Visionary esports hardware maker Victrix Pro releases the Victrix Pro AF Headset today on Victrixpro.com and Amazon. The next headset in their line of gear specifically designed for esports competitors and tournaments, the Victrix Pro AF is officially licensed by Xbox and PlayStation and includes industry-leading features:
- A light but tough, aircraft-grade aluminum and stainless steel structure with lightweight polycarbonate, and built with precision mechanical engineering.
- Removable microphone with a mechanical filter design originally developed for the Cobra attack helicopter.
- Split headband cushions, circumaural leatherette earpads and hidden seams.
- Patent-pending mechanical levers that open the earcup vents to release heat and humidity, without affecting team communications.
“It’s our team’s mission to ensure every product from Victrix Pro meets a professional standard of quality,” said Trevor Lehr, technical product manager at Victrix. “With the Victrix Pro AF being our first product under $200, we’re excited to say that more players will now be able to enjoy a premium-quality, tournament-ready headset.”
Also Available from Victrix Pro:
Victrix Pro AF ANC (active noise canceling): The most advanced headset built with hybrid active noise cancelling technology and endorsed by top-ranked esports teams. The Victrix Pro AF ANC was originally inspired by the advanced audio technology found in aviation headsets and configured specifically for professional players by professional players.
Victrix Pro FS Arcade Fight Stick: A high-performance arcade fight stick designed for tournaments, and for the specific needs of top competitors. Built by creative engineers, FGC veterans, and with feedback from champions. Competing against this equipment will be a major disadvantage.
Also, check out the Chun-Li and Ryu limited edition Pro FS Fight Sticks inspired by the 30-year legacy of Street Fighter. Officially licensed by Capcom and PlayStation, each unit is laser etched with its serialization out of the 250 made for each character.
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