Snoop Dogg Limited Edition Headset

If you’re a Snoop Dogg fan and a gamer or just starting to shop for the ultimate holiday season gift, you might want to feast your eyes on the upcoming LS50X Snoop Dogg Limited-Edition headset by LucidSound. 

Some of you may not know that the legendary rapper is also a gamer. Partnering with LucidSound, together they created a distinctive eye-popping chrome and white over-the-ear headset that featuring 50mm drivers. It also has signature on-ear controls, Snoop Dogg recorded voice prompts, Seamless Device Switching and five EQ settings, including: Bass Boost, Movie Mode, Music Mode, Flat EQ and a Signature Sound Mode designed with the rapper himself.

Limited Edition. Only 3,500 made

It features wired 3.5mm jack connectivity as well as wireless Bluetooth 4.2.

Dual mics allow for for crystal-clear chat with the boom mic optimized for intense game-play. If it’s more convenient to remove the boom mic you can still use the integrated mic for mobile gaming, music or movies. Both mics support background noise and echo cancellation. It also has and LED mute indicator.

It weighs 408g (0.9 lb.) and boast up to a whopping 20 hour battery life and can be recharged through its USB-C charging port.

LS50X Snoop Dogg Limited-Edition, will really be limited. Only 3,500 of these numbered units will be available and costs US$299.99.

They’re available now for online pre-order exclusively at Lucid Sound and GameStop. If this is a gift, it may be tight delivery for Christmas as according to LucidSound, ship date is December 20th, 2019.

Greg Gazin, also known as the Gadget Guy and Gadget Greg, is a syndicated veteran tech columnist, communication, leadership and technology speaker, facilitator at Crestcom International, blogger, podcaster and author. Reach him @gadgetgreg or at

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