ASUS Announces New Gaming HeadsetCategory: Speakers/Headphones
Posted: January 16, 2014 02:37PM
ASUS makes products that fit in almost any PC category, and headsets are one of them. The company already has both the Vulcan Pro with and without ANC and the Orion headsets, and now the company expands the product line with its new Cerberus gaming headset. The headset has the usual ROG red and black theme with round ear cups and a self-adjusting frame. The cable is 1.2 m long, which can be extended with a 1.3 m splitter cable, so it can reach all the way behind your desk and down to the back of your PC.
The headset has two large 60 mm neodynium-magnet drivers that, according to ASUS, "deliver unrivaled punch and audio immersion that's utterly convincing, allowing the wearer to clearly hear positional audio and game effects," while also offering "faithful audio reproduction, be it roomy stadium rock, crisp and clear spoken-word listening or lifelike movie soundtracks." The ear cups has been fitted with 100 mm noise-isolating ear cushions, so you will not get disturbed during an important match or listening session, while also ensuring that your ears will not be hurting horrendously after a 5 hour gaming session. Furthermore, the headset comes with a dual-microphone design, which ASUS does not elaborate on.
There is no details on a release date or price, and we will have to wait for a review to know how they sound.