January 8th 2014 11:20 pm


The ASTRO A38 combines APTX low latency Bluetooth, AAC high-fidelity Bluetooth playback with state-of-the-art Active Noise Canceling technologies to deliver the ultimate in wireless mobility. Connect easily to any Bluetooth enabled device and drown out the world with our Active Noise Canceling speakers. If you need to talk on the phone, the built-in microphone also uses Active Noise Canceling technology to give you the freedom of talking in places you probably wouldn’t otherwise. With 20+ hours of charge time, the A38 is the perfect travel headset, office headset, commute headset, you name it…the only thing the A38 is not suited for is console gaming.

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TechRadar Apr 13, 2014

From afar, people will still almost immediately recognize the A38s as a pair of Astro headphones and that's part of the appeal. The gaming audio giant has taken its years of experience and made a great pair of regular headphones.

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darkclone darkclone

The NFC and Bluetooth connection is simply wonderful. I can just lift my Galaxy Nexus up to the left ear and the headset will automatically power up and connect. The headset has the best bass in a headset that I have owned. Although this was purchased on a beta program, I have not noticed any...

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