May 21, 2012
-- Brooklyn, NY - CTA Digital™ (http://ctadigital.com)
announces that the U.S. Army™ Bluetooth Throat Mic Headset for PlayStation 3 and PC is now available for purchase. This headset allows tactical war gamers and first person shooter enthusiasts to communicate with precision and ease. A video featuring Meredith Molinari that demonstrates its features can be viewed at http://youtu.be/
This unique headset includes a throat microphone, which provides clear and reliable voice transmission. It is sensitive enough to pick up a whisper and transmit it to fellow gamers, while still hearing the gameplay coming from the television. The volume and mic mute controls are built-in, so that gamers can keep a check on what conversations other gamers hear, making this the perfect accessory for covert tactical operations in first person shooting games such as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3™ or Battlefield 3™.
The Bluetooth technology incorporated into this headset gives players the ability to use the accessory wirelessly with PlayStation 3 games and chat on PlayStation Network, and is also compatible with Bluetooth enabled PCs, Macs and other devices. The headset is charged with a USB charging cable, and keeps a charge for over 7 hours to allow extended gaming sessions without interruption. The lightweight and unobtrusive around-the-neck microphone design is easy to wear and comfortable during long campaigns.
The Bluetooth Throat Mic Headset is an official licensed product of the U.S. Army™. The covert design and U.S. Army™ logo call forth a sense of national and team pride that is an inherent part of U.S. Army™ training. In accordance with federal law, the Army receives a portion of the proceeds from the sale of licensed products. The headset for PlayStation 3 and PC can be purchased on Amazon and anywhere CTA Digital's gaming accessories are sold.
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By federal law, licensing fees paid to the U.S. Army™ for the use of its trademarks provide support to the Army Trademark Licensing Program™, and net licensing revenue is devoted to U.S. Army™ Morale, Welfare, and Recreation programs.