Now presenting the headphones with a really cool logo and name, Audeze has launched their new Mobius headphones into the market, looking to target hardcore gamers with 3D sound and planar magnetic technology.
Seriously taking gaming audio up a few notches, the new headphones look to bring the audiophile and gaming communities together with this sweet looking headset and some fancy specs.
Using planar magnets, Audeze promises realistic sound to help you break down all the various elements in the game you are playing, including in-game music, enemy footsteps, weather, rustling foliage, and other aspects of your game environment.
Like 1MORE’s VRX headphones, Mobius packs Waves Nx 3D Audio and Head Tracking to help create a 3D immersive experience to help you detect which direction sounds are coming from.
Paired with their “Audeze HQ” desktop app (available for both Windows and iOS), the user is able to configure all sorts of preferences that include head anatomy, room size (for room emulation), and personal sound profiles. They can also dial in the settings and profiles for the Waves Nx to enhance those enemy footsteps and other effects.
In addition, they also give the player the ability to choose between wired or wireless. Using them wired, they offer USB Type-C connectivity to your computer, where going wireless they support Bluetooth with the LDAC codec for solid data throughput.
Of course, almost anything planar is going to cost you something and these don’t hesitate to follow that theory. Their MSRP will run you $399, but you most likely won’t be disappointed if you like getting what you pay for. We haven’t personally tested these just yet, so our ears can’t tell you much. However, the reputation of its brand does pretty well by itself.
They are available in two color options, including blue and copper, and are available right now for order via Amazon. You can learn more about them with the following button. If we wind up experiencing them ourselves, we will make sure to let you know what we find.
*Average price is based on the time this article was published