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PS4's Gold Wireless Headset Gets A Major Redesign

Sony has announced that the company will be updating its popular mid-level Gold Headset.

Maintaining the previous version's $100 price point, this update sports thicker ear cups, bringing it closer to the design aesthetics of the premium Platinum headset and the discontinued Pulse headset.

It appears that the only notable feature that is not present in this new model are the hinges on the lower part of the headband that let consumers fold the headset for convenient storage.

In a post on the PlayStation Blog, product marketing manager Steve Schwartz said that the improved over-ear cushions will make it comfortable for long play sessions.

He also added that the headset will feature 7.1 virtual surround sound and microphone noise cancellation.

Also included is a 3.5mm audio cable, making it compatible with PlayStation VR and mobile devices.

Designed with PlayStation 4 games in mind, the new Gold Wireless Headset will be compatible with the PlayStation Headset Companion app, which features a number of custom audio modes.

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