If you’re in the market for a new set of headphones, you might be interested to learn that audio company Plantronics has announced a bunch of them. The company’s latest launch seems to be targeting users who might have different needs for their headphones, ranging from active users who might need it for the gym, to gamers.

For active users who might need something more appropriate for the gym or outdoors, Plantronics has announced the BackBeat FIT 3100. These are wireless headphones that have a hook to ensure that they stay in place while you work out. There is also an audio awareness feature that will help keep you aware of your surroundings if you plan on wearing them while you’re out and about, and it will be priced at $150.

Then for those who traveling and need to drown out the sound of crying babies and people snoring on planes, there is the BackBeat Go 410. These are a set of headphones that will offer up active noise-cancellation features. It is also rated for 12 hours of listening and will be priced at $130.

Plantronics is also taking aim at the gaming market and have announced a trio of RIG Series headsets. These headsets include the RIG 300, RIG 400, and the RIG 500, and will range from entry-level to high-end, depending on your needs. They will also be priced starting at $40 for the RIG 300, $60 for the RIG 400, and the RIG 500 will be offered in three variants that will be priced starting at $80.

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