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With its funky design and hi-def audio capabilities the wired ASUS ROG Delta Core is a versatile and more affordable version of one of ASUS's most premium gaming headsets.

A snippet from our review.
The ASUS ROG Delta Core continues the use of ASUS Essence drivers in the company’s audio range, which we’ve always found to be impressive when it comes to both sound quality and overall clarity. That said the single 3.5mm connection option, as found in most headsets, means that quality can vary depending on the device or bit of hardware you’re connecting to. This is worth bringing up because the frequency response here enters the realm of hi-def or HD audio, and this is something that can require connecting to a dedicated or high-quality DAC to get the most out of. On that front a separate USB connection for PC-use would have been nice, and a great way to showcase the quality of the audio capabilities of the ASUS ROG Delta Core versus connecting things up via the traditional 3.5mm cable.

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