Astro A40 Gaming Headset Launches in PH!


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Astro, a renowned brand of gaming headsets, bolsters its portfolio in the Philippines with launch of its premium A40 Gaming Headset.

astro_a40 (25)Bundled with the MixAmp Pro TR, it provides gamers with a complete audio solution that lets them customize individual elements – surround sound, game and chat balance, and equalization, to cater to each individual standard for sound quality.

astro_a40 (42)Astro A40 features a lightweight, yet durable construction. Its ear cushions are design for maximum comfort, and bolstered by sythentic leather for better sound.

astro_a40 (31)The brand has worked closely with developers, pro gamers, and streamers in fine tuning the sound. With ASTRO Audio V2, the Astro A40 delivers a sound signature with non-fatiguing highs, clear mids, and tight distortion.

astro_a40 (29)The headset is equipped with a boom mic that minimizes noise, an can be used on either the left or right side. Thanks to the patented magnetic speaker tag system, users will be able to add their own personal design to the headset.

It uses a 3.5mm connector, making it compatible with just about any device, including PC, smartphones, and tablets.

astro_a40 (22)MixAmp Pro TR lets players adjust chat and in-game audio levels, create a voice network with other MixAmp Pro users, and experience cinematic 3D sound with Dolby Audio. With the Astro Command Center software, they’ll also be able to configure the headset to their preferred sound, or specific needs.

During the event, Logitech also announced that it will be partnering with Playbook Esports to bring the Astro Gaming Headsets to their Video Game Lounge as well as their upcoming tournaments.

Pricing and Availability

mixamp proFor a limited time, Astro A40 TR + MixAmp Pro TR (Gen 4) for Playstation and PC retails for PhP13,990, and will soon be available at the Logitech official store in Lazada and other partner retailers.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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