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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:47pm 13/10/17 | 0 Comments
With large 53mm drivers it's hard not to walk away impressed with the ASUS Cerberus V2 headset. Especially when you can find them fairly reasonably priced online for well under $100 AUD. So what else do you get? Well, a solid build that blends comfortable cushions, a metallic and plastic finish, plus nice touches like a detachable mic.


In terms of sound, there’s no two ways about it – you get what you pay for. On the high frequency spectrum there’s a definite divide between the Cerberus V2 and the more premium headsets out there. But even so the soundstage is clear, punchy, and detailed. And when you factor in the larger 53mm drivers you get bass of the booming variety, and the all-important mid-range frequency detail. Perhaps a little too much bass though, which can drown out other sounds when gaming. As a stereo headset with standard 3.5mm connections it’ll be up to your own device or software to adjust the EQ to get things sounding more natural. But, when adjusted or coupled with a decent amplifier the response can be impressive across games, movies, and music.


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