HP OMEN BLAST GAMING HEADSET | Retractable, Noise Canceling Microphone and 7.1 Surround Sound | Multi-Compatible Xbox One, PS4, and PC Headset | (NEW)

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HP Omen Blast Gaming Headset
  • Model: 1A858AA
  • Color: Black
  • Connection mode: wired
  • Compatibility: Xbox One, PS4 & PC
  • Status: New

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Connection mode



Multi-Compatible Xbox One, PS4, and PC

Noise Cancellation



7.1 Surround Sound




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HP Omen Blast Gaming Headset

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No game will ever sound the same

Use our elite audio equalizer to create and manage unique audio profiles for all your games in OMEN Command Center.

Noise is canceled. Voices are renewed

Isolate all the sweet things you say for all to hear with the retractable uni-directional passive noise-canceling mic.

Play everything by ear

One headset rules them all: PC, PS4, Xbox, or Nintendo Switch. Now you can throw out all your inferior headsets

The no-look volume control

Keep your eyes on the game with no-look volume and mute controls right on the cable

Warning: You may forget you’re wearing them

No more ear pain if you ever decide to pull off your headset, thanks to suspension headband and super-duper-soft padding.

Hearing is believing

Pick up every crinkling leaf, shocking wave, and whistling snipe with the precise power of the 53mm drivers piped through 24-bit USB DAC.

We have your ear surrounded

You need direction in your life… every direction. Immerse your noggin in 360° spatial awareness, powered by 7.1 Surround Sound, now your head’s in the game.

Peace-of-mind coverage

Rest easy with an HP standard two-year limited warranty
HP was founded by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard in 1939. Their first product was an audio oscillator and one of their first customers Walt Disney. Disney used the oscillator to test audio equipment in the 12 specially equipped theaters showing Fantasia in 1940. HP entered the computer market with the HP 2116A in 1966. It was designed to control HP’s large product line of test and measurement equipment. By 1969, HP was marketing a timesharing computer system and continued to issue new products, including their HP-35 hand-held calculator and several computers in the 1970s. By the end of the 1980s they had a full range of computing equipment from large scientific machines to personal computers and peripherals. In 2002, HP acquired Compaq (and thus the merged remains of DEC, Tandem, and a few other firms).