Headphones with 7.1 sound
Audeze Mobius Review: Planar Magnetic Gaming Headphones with 3D Sound and Motion Tracking
Audeze Mobius are gaming headphones with planar magnetic drivers, support for virtual surround sound, virtual room emulation and head tracking technology. Work with computers, smartphones and game consoles. For connection, USB Type-C, Type-A, traditional 3.5 mm analog jack or Bluetooth can be used.
Cougar Immersa Pro Review: Hear It All
Cougar Immersa Pro is a full-size gaming headset with a closed acoustic design, now using 50mm dynamic drivers with neodymium magnets instead of 40mm, the headset comes with a USB audio card and supports virtual 7.1 sound, there is RGB lighting on the cups and microphone. The microphone itself has not changed: it is a condenser and, if desired, hides in the cup of the left earpiece. The headset itself now has volume and microphone controls. Like the previous model, Cougar Immersa Pro is compatible with PCs, laptops, mobile devices and current game consoles.
HyperX Cloud Revolver S Review: Flagship Surround Sound Gaming Headset
HyperX Cloud Revolver S is a full-size, closed-back headset with dynamic 50mm neodymium drivers and a detachable, bidirectional noise-canceling microphone. In fact, the HyperX Cloud Revolver S is based on its predecessor, the components used, construction and design are very close. The frame is made of steel, the universal headband and ear cups are filled with HyperX Signature Memory Foam.
HyperX Cloud Revolver gaming headset review
Cloud Revolver is a completely new model, which (according to official information) has already been designed by HyperX itself. It is radically different in https://ha.opay.com.ng/page-voxtel-vs600-ci-gaba-ne-mai-ban-shaawa-na-vs400 design, using new 50mm dynamic drivers with neodymium magnets
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