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As part of the ASUS TUF range of hardware we take the latest gaming headset from ASUS for a spin. Which thanks to some cool features like a detachable microphone and seprate PC dongle can be used across just about any device. And this being AusGamers that means Diablo 3 on PC, Xbox One X, and Nintendo Switch.

A snipped from our review.
In terms of price the ASUS TUF Gaming H5 sits somewhere in the mid-range, which is always good to factor in when going over specifications. Naturally the inclusion of 50mm drivers results in noticeable bass response, but with the ASUS Essence drivers there’s very little bleed over or drowning out of other frequencies. In fact, what you get is a crisp high end to match the chunky low end. Which as per the intro, makes for a great pair of gaming cups. Okay, so calling them ASUS Essence is little more than a fancy label – but in practise means that ASUS has set a level of quality for its audio response that can boast clarity whilst being tuned for gaming.

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