Cooler Master Announces the CM Storm Ceres 300 & 500

 

Cooler Master, a master manufacturer of PC cooling gear, power supplies, accessories, and much more has recently announced some new audio cans for your hearing pleasure. Availability will be in the North American region only.

“Chino, California – October 8th, 2013 – Cooler Master, a leading creator, innovator and manufacturer of desktop components and more, today announces the CM Storm Ceres-300 and Ceres-500 gaming headsets. Each headset contains a booming power infused sound to keep gamers in tune with in-game actions.

Immersive, Comfortable, Breathable

Large 40mm drivers sit behind the booming power of the Ceres-300 and Ceres-500. Delve into your games, music, movies, and even internet calls with absolute clarity.

Ceres-300

Following the Ceres-400, Ceres-300 comes with a more streamlined profile and glossy finished look. Thicker padded cushions and an adjustable headband means you’ll game in absolute comfort with the perfect fit at any time. Powerful 40mm drivers deliver high quality and booming sound. A detachable, flexible, and omni-directional microphone ensures clear and close communication with teammates.

Ceres-500

Ceres-500 is designed with full ear coverage and breathable mesh ear cups that not only provide great comfort, but noise isolation as well. Its foldable, swivel ear cup design gives gamers easier storage and transportation around LAN parties or during downtimes in between battles. Ceres-500 offers a dual usage mode to switch between Console/PC mode. A built-in amplifier paired with 40mm drivers provides gamers with a deep, full-range, and booming sound to give them the competitive edge in a match.

Availability

The Ceres-300 and Ceres-500 headsets price and availability may vary based on region. This release is meant for the North America region only. Please consult your local Cooler Master Representative for more information.”

Source: Cooler Master

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