ADATA Launches Their First Audio Solutions for the XPG Line
Ron Perillo / 3 years ago
ADATA is a brand more synonymous with storage and memory until recently. During Computex 2017, they have shown an entire portfolio expansion for the gaming XPG series which includes many products. It even includes their first dedicated audio solutions which are now officially launched.
SOLOX F30 and EMIX H30 Headset
This pair went by a different name at Computex called Aurorix. Both are available separately or as a combo. The SOLOX H30 is the small box that is part of the headset stand base (It attaches via magnets). The SOLOX H30 has has a built-in sound card and amplifier, and it also has several preset options. This includes game, movie, music, and voice, so users can easily toggle between use. The knob in the middle lets players control the volume as well, plus it provides 7.1 surround audio output when a stereo headset is plugged in.
The EMIX H30 is a full-size closed-back headset with powerful 53mm drivers. Despite its size, it has an optimal clamping force and comfortable fit for long gaming sessions. The cable is also detachable so users can use it like regular headphones if they wish to. The EMIX H30 also compliments the SOLOX H30 and the XPG headset stand very well, which is why ADATA is offering all three in a single combo as well.
EMIX I30 Headset
Aside from the large EMIX H30, ADATA is also giving users who prefer highly portable headsets an option. The EMIX I30 is an in-ear solution claid in standard gaming black and red. Despite its small size, it packs 13.5mm drivers which are able to produce 5.2-channel surround sound with a strong spatial effect.
Both the XPG EMIX H30 and EMIX I30 use standard 3.5mm connectors for compatibility whether on the PC, mobile or console.