ASTRO A20 Wireless Headset now available for consoles and PC, includes Call of Duty Edition

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After unveiling the ASTRO A20 at PAX last month, the lastest wireless headset from the company is now available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Two models will be available, one for Xbox One/PC and the second for PlayStation 4/PC. In addition, a customized Call of Duty: WWII ASTRO A20 Wireless Headset is also available for both consoles.

“ASTRO is committed to producing the highest-quality gaming headsets at every price point,” said Aron Drayer, Vice President of Marketing for ASTRO Gaming. “With the A20, we created a wireless headset focused on three key elements that directly improve the gaming experience – ASTRO audio quality, comfort, and durability. We took everything we learned from our premium A50 Wireless headset and delivered its essential features for even more gamers to enjoy.”

The Call of Duty Edition features unique PlayStation and Xbox colorways with classic Call of Duty franchise iconography. Gamers who purchase the ASTRO A20 Wireless Headset: Call of Duty Edition directly from ASTRO Gaming will also receive 1,100 CoD Points (a $10 value), which can be redeemed when Call of Duty WWII launches next month.

The ASTRO A20 Wireless Headset feature set includes:

  • ASTRO Audio: Experience audio exactly as the developers intended with ASTRO Audio, delivering accurate and precise audio performance from every source. A20’s feature 40mm drivers that provide audio fidelity tuned specifically for a competitive edge.
  • ASTRO Comfort and Quality: Engineered for extended gaming sessions featuring comfortable cloth ear cushions, the ASTRO A20 is lightweight and easily adjustable. In addition, the durable headband ensures the headset will withstand wins, losses and everything in between.
  • Low-Latency 5.8GHz Wireless: Unique among its competition, the ASTRO A20 features 5GHz technology that provides secure wireless connectivity between the A20 headset and remote transmitter. This helps eliminate interference from other wireless devices and keeps audio output in-sync with video sources.
  • Powerful ASTRO Command Center (ACC) Software: The ASTRO A20 can be used with ASTRO’s free ACC software. Adjust Noise Gate, Side Tone and microphone levels for crystal clear communication, create your own EQ settings, and update the headset’s firmware.
  • Precision Boom Mic: The ASTRO A20 includes a precise, uni-directional mic that’s optimized for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. The A20 features Flip-to-Mute functionality, which mutes voice output and conveniently stows the microphone when not in use.
  • Intuitive On-Board Controls: The ASTRO A20 features a highly intuitive and powerful set of onboard controls including Game: Voice balance, EQ Mode select, Master Volume, and Power. These ensure that seamless adjustments can be made even in the most competitive gaming scenarios.
  • Custom EQ Modes: Three EQ modes presets are available. These include ASTRO (tuned with precise bass for general gaming), PRO (tuned for precise mid and high detail for streaming and pro gaming) and STUDIO (neutral for accuracy and best for movies and music). You can create, customize, save and share EQ profiles to suit any listening experience or environment.
  • Dolby® Atmos & Windows Sonic Ready (XB1/PC): Experience stunning multichannel positional audio and enjoy pinpoint spatial accuracy as the ASTRO A20 supports Dolby Atmos & Windows Sonic surround sound on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs. Dolby Atmos requires app store purchase.
  • 15+ Hour Battery Life: Play for extended periods with more than 15 hours of battery life. Game freely knowing your gear can keep up with you on marathon gaming sessions.

Even though Microsoft recently opened the Xbox ecosystem, allowing headset manufacturers to connect directly to Xbox One consoles without the need for a hub, the A20 still utilizes the hub method to achieve a wireless connection.

The ASTRO A20 Wireless Headset is now available for $149.99USD or $159.99USD for the Call of Duty Edition. What do you think about the ASTRO A20? Is it a headset you’ll be picking up? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Twitter, or Facebook.

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