The Mionix Nash 20 gaming headset is named after the third largest star in the Sagittarius zodiac constellation.
Swedish gaming accessory maker Mionix today announced plans to release the Nash 20, a new headset geared toward high-end computer users.
"In building the Nash 20 we wanted to create perfect combination of design comfort and sound and we are very confident that we have achieved this" says Peter Nygren, CEO at Mionix.
A circumaural analog stereo gaming headset, the Nash 20 features fully adjustable ear cups, memory foam cushions, a flip-up-to-mute unidirectional microphone, and on-ear cup volume control to allow users easy access the mute and volume functions.
Audio-wise, the upcoming headset comes equipped with Mionix's in-house developed DACT drivers to reproduce sound to what the company refers to as "the highest audiophile standard." This is achieved using dynamic 50mm drivers using an Nd magnet with a frequency response of 20Hz - 20KHz.
Set for release in March, Mionix is listing the Nash 20 at $130 in the US.