Sony WH-1000XM3 noise cancelling headphones
Sony’s WH-1000XM3 headphones are the newest addition to the Sony 1000X family, with multiple key improvements to enhance listening and overall user experience.
These include a proprietary HD Noise Cancelling Processor QN1, which works not only for Noise Cancelling, but also enhances sound quality. This quality is achieved through 32-bit audio signal processing in combination with a Digital-Analogue Converter with Amplifier functionality. This offers exceptionally high sound quality, best-in-class signal-to-noise ratio, and low distortion.
Click through to read about the features that make these how the headphones work in almost all conditions.
The Adaptive Sound Control feature responds to the user’s environment, while the Quick Attention Mode feature lets users hear what’s going on around them without having to remove the headphones.
These headphones are made to fly, as their Atmospheric Pressure Optimising feature allows the Noise Cancelling performance to adapt specifically to high altitude. This is achieved by using sensors to detect air pressure and optimises the Noise Cancelling accordingly.
Customisable Automatic Power Off means the headphones can stay on in noise cancellation mode without being connected to a device.
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It is available for R6,499 at Musica, Dionwired, and Incredible Connection stores across South Africa.
Breach: A Dungeon Brawler
Calling the brave and the bold! A new dungeon brawler called Breach offers co-op action in a role-playing game (RPG) style. The game combines the elements of massively multiplayer online (MMO), dungeon crawlers, third person action games and RPGs into an unusual dungeon brawl experience. With intense combat mechanics, dynamic mission challenges, and the choice of playing as a renegade hero or troublemaking “Veil Demon”, the game debuts an unusual 4v1 online multiplayer experience.
“After three years of game development, the entire dev team believes we’ve created something fresh and unique with Breach,” says Dallas Dickinson, CEO of QC Games. “It was really important that when we entered Early Access, Breach would be both a very refined gameplay experience and something gamers haven’t played before. I’m proud to say we’ve achieved those initial goals and look forward to all the feedback from gamers to make Breach even better.”
Click through to watch the trailer and to read more about the game.
Players can choose from dozens of hero classes and customise them all to stylise their perfect hero: from magic abilities, gear upgrades, and emotes. If playing the bad guy sounds more fun, players can also take on the role of the Veil Demon and create havoc for the hero squad. Conjure different traps to slow and damage heroes, summon elite creatures of mythological legend, and take possession of enemy minions including massive boss monsters to directly attack hero characters.
The game is available for download on Steam Early Access.