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ASUS ROG Centurion True 7.1环绕立体声游戏耳机ROG Strix Wireless 无线 7.1 Surround
- Low-latency 2.4 GHz wireless connection with dual-antenna design to minimize interference
- Connects wirelessly to PC & PlayStation 4 and includes 3.5 mm adapter Xbox One, older consoles and mobile devices
- 900 mAh battery delivers up to 10 hours of continuous operation
- Fully-adjustable detachable microphone with ASUS Flexion rubber molding technology reliably stays in position
- 7.1 virtual surround with full audio control in Sonic Studio software and convenient on-headset volume/mute/power buttons
ROG Strix Wireless Gaming Headset with 2.4GHz wireless connection for PC, Mac, and PlayStation 4, 3.5mm combined audio/mic connector and Y-cable extension for Xbox One, smartphones, and tablets, plus PC, Mac, and PlayStation 4 in wired mode.
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When i talked to Asus they apparently, didn't want me to talk about the process of trying to get this repaired or my communications with them. I can say however, that this headset was covered under warranty and asus will not repair it. Even though its within one year of purchase. As well as, a laptop my brother has from asus had a similar issue. Except for his the inner screw connection the panel of the laptop screen to the back of the screen sheered right off. This is due to asus continued use of plastic in critical components of their electronics. And I am extremely surprised that they are unwilling to preform repair on devices that are extremely expensive and in warranty. (the laptop was a One month off warranty.)
Also to give a frame of reference for my care for products. I still have a properly overclocked gtx 295 from around 2009 working fine almost a decade now. I have a newer laptop but that old beast was my daily driver for the better part of a decade. And I'm just surprised that 15$ headphones lasted longer then a 300$ headset. Don't think ill ever buy asus again if wearing a headset wont be covered by them.
Update, i super glued the headset back together. It looks terrible on that ear cup but at least its passable until. 1 Year and 2 months after i got it, the wire inside the cable has frayed currently if the wire gets jostled any amount the left ear cups audio goes out sporadically coming back. Asus support reps are not to blame in my opinion. But Asus as a complete company. When a buyer buys a product they expect for it to last a decent while not a couple weeks after the warranty fails.
So, on to the ASUS, these headphones honestly look a little goofy, but the sound quality!!! The base is deep for this price point. I don't like a ton of base, but I like it when it's part of the experience. The highs are very clear and even as high as my computer will go, they never distort or sound starved for power. The comfort is a solid 9, they are made of plastic which is a little disappointing, but I didn't find them to make any annoying squeaks or press on my head too firm. The mic is very good, the range and power are excellent. I mean these really just blew me away. I don't understand why they have a so/so review rating here on amazon, I would recommend these over any of the other wireless options.
I wish I could give you more technical details but couldn’t find any. So, what I’m about to say is my own opinion. The headset didn’t fit my head; I have a big head. The sound SUCKED, it was bass heavy, and all the frequencies seemed mushy and overpowered by the bass. I had to turn it up to turn the volume up to 100 to make it even a little bit loud. I play a lot of PUBG, and I’m listening for little sounds like footsteps. A lot of people think surround sound is a gimmick I don’t. It’s all in how it’s implemented, it’s true there isn’t true surround sound, all surround sound done by two speakers uses algorithms that trick the brain, but some work better than others. The surround sound on these headphones sucks mainly because the sound sucks, but even if the sound was good, I was unimpressed by the surround sound, my sound card does a better job at surround sound. Yes, I also have a great wired set of headphones. This is the second pair of wireless headphones I’ve bought so far. I should preface that I am coming from a high-end set of wired headphones, as far as good sound goes, I probably have unrealistic expectations for sound quality when it comes to these kinds of wireless headsets. Before these, I had the Logitech G533 which are A LOT better sounding than these but didn’t satisfy me because of my high expectations. I will be trying the SteelSeries Arctis 7 (2019 Edition) next and will update this review.