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Leaks suggest Sony might be releasing three new gaming headsets

As part of an all-new Inzone lineup



Leaks suggest Sony might be releasing three new gaming headsets

According to 91Mobiles, based on the information given by OnLeaks, Sony may be preparing to introduce a new array of gaming headsets. Rather than being particularly PlayStation-branded, like Sony’s Pulse headset is, the three headsets will reportedly be part of Sony’s new gaming gear brand named “Inzone,” which might possibly include a pair of gaming displays.

The rumoured H-series gaming headsets are H3, H7, and H9

A leaked image of Sony’s Inzone H3 | Image: 91Mobiles

The three so-called H-series headsets appear in leaked photographs to have a similar white colour scheme to the current Pulse headset. The H3 is a wired device featuring a USB-C connector and a physical volume dial. The presence of an “NC/AMB” button in renderings of the H3 hints that it may enable noise cancellation and have an ambient audio mode to let players hear what’s going on around them.

A leaked image of Sony’s Inzone H7 | Image: 91Mobiles

Meanwhile, the H7 and H9 are wireless and may connect by Bluetooth or a USB dongle provided with the device. Of the two, the H9 is more expensive and reportedly features noise cancelling. All three offer 360-degree spatial audio capability. No official information has been released on the platforms the headsets will support. But if they’re anything like Sony’s current Pulse headset, they’ll probably function on PC in addition to the PS5. On 91Mobiles, you can view the entire collection of images for the gaming headsets.

Sony might also be working on a pair of Inzone-branded gaming displays

According to a different rumour, these Sony gaming headsets might be part of the company’s larger portfolio of Inzone-branded gaming peripherals. According to leaker Tom Henderson, the corporation may also be working on a pair of Inzone-branded gaming displays. One could feature a 4K resolution and 144Hz refresh rate. And the other is reportedly 240Hz but only has a 1080p resolution. The specific screen sizes are unknown, but both are expected to include gaming-specific features like HDR and customizable refresh rates.

We can only hope that Sony has learnt from its last introduction of a standalone display made especially for a PlayStation console. There is no information on the potential price or release date of these new headsets and displays. Henderson, though, says that the announcement may come as soon as next week.

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