ROCCAT Reveals the Syn Buds Core Gaming Earbuds

ROCCAT, Turtle Beach’s award-winning PC peripheral brand, today revealed its all-new Syn Buds Core gaming earbuds. The Syn Buds Core is a wired 3.5mm pair of earbuds designed for gamers with multiple systems looking for a versatile audio solution. ROCCAT’s new earbuds deliver immersive audio via 10mm drivers, and offer gamers crystal-clear audio whether being used at their desktop or connected to their mobile device while on the go. The Syn Buds Core earbuds come with a 1.2-meter cable with an in-line mic and volume control, plus a multifunction button to easily answer and end calls. The Syn Buds Core wired earbuds promise versatility and performance, and are available now at www.roccat.com and from participating retailers for a MSRP of $24.99 (€24.99/£19.99 in Europe).

 

 

“Whether gaming, listening to music, or working out, the Syn Buds Core earbuds offer maximum convenience and comfort and true high-quality audio,” said René Korte, ROCCAT Founder and General Manager for PC Peripherals at Turtle Beach. “Mobile gaming is already huge and only getting bigger, so we created the Syn Buds Core for ROCCAT fans and gamers who want to get the most from their earbuds. The Syn Buds Core are a phenomenal value as they offer durability and quality components at an affordable price.”

The Syn Buds Core earbuds can be plugged into any compatible device with a 3.5mm audio interface. Rich, clear, and immersive audio pulses through powerful 10mm drivers, making gaming on the go a quality audio experience. The Syn Buds Core come with a cloth carrying case for easy transport, and three different silicone ear tip sizes to ensure the perfect fit. ROCCAT’s Syn Buds Core earbuds display the brand’s iconic logo in silver grey, with the rest in ash black for a slick and stylish appearance.

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