ASUS has unveiled a new addition to their range of gaming headsets with the launch of the new ASUS Republic of Gamers Centurion True 7.1 surround sound gaming headset. Which can be seen in more detail in the promotional video below.
The new surround sound headset is equipped with 10 discrete neodymium-magnet drivers to deliver “incredibly realistic and immersive” audio says ASUS with true 7.1-channel surround sound and precise in-game audio positioning.
The ASUS RoG Centurion True 7.1 gaming headset is expected to be officially launched during October 2017 but unfortunately no pricing has yet been revealed by ASUS. Features of the new gaming headset include
– ROG Centurion is a premium true 7.1 surround-sound gaming headset with digital microphone designed especially for pro and hardcore gamers
– USB audio station has a built-in Hi-Fi-grade ESS 9601 headphone amplifier and dedicated controls for instant, in-game audio adjustments
– ASUS Sonic Studio, an intuitive, full-featured sound utility provides gamers complete control over their audio experience
With increased awareness of their in-game environment, gamers can hear every gunshot and footstep clearly, helping them pinpoint their opponents’ actions and locations to gain a competitive edge. Centurion comes with a plug-and-play USB audio station, which features a built-in Hi-Fi-grade ESS 9601 headphone amplifier that improves the audio experience even further for brilliant, balanced sound when gaming and listening to music.
In addition to outstanding sound quality, Centurion is incredibly comfortable, making it ideal for extended gaming sessions. It comes with interchangeable protein-leather and memory-foam ear cups, allowing gamers to customize their headset’s fit and comfort to their personal preference. An exclusive Republic of Gamers headset stand is also included, giving gamers a convenient place to store their headset when not in use.
For more information on the new ASUS Republic of Gamers Centurion True 7.1 jump over to the ASUS website for details by following the link below.
Source: ASUSFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News